James Ussery

Aspire to Inspire

Your Actions are proof of your intentions

“Proof is in the pudding”, this is obviously an old saying. My new one is “your actions are proof of your intentions”

You can’t lie. Your actions¬†always tell the truth. You’ll either do what you intend or not. Those that “partially commit” to something, or blatantly say yes but nothing comes out of it says a lot about their character and whether you can trust them again or not.

This decreases trust.

We’re out for trust in this world. It’s crucial in the workplace and when people ask for help.

I’m teaching my staff from Grant Cardone’s book, “The 10X Rule”. Every Monday(Origin: MoonDay) morning I talk to the team about where they need to be, if indeed they have goals for themselves. “No goals for your life? Fine, turn around and you can work, and good luck with your future, all others look up here and let’s discuss.”

In order to get good at this skill you need to start with yourself. How bad is it if you can’t even trust yourself? Work on listening to yourself more often. Hear your intentions, and act on them. No doubts or regrets, just actions. The universe doesn’t have a concept of time or delay or hardship.

Your gut will never steer you wrong. The next best thing to do is become more educated in decision making and then put yourself in situations to make more decisions, more often. Choose your own meal, choose your own wardrobe, choose how you organize your day, choose what company you want to work at next, etc. The more practice you get the more confident you will become.

People like this, will see success faster than other people. They are training themselves to see it regularly and so it will show up in their reality, where it may not, for those that rarely make any decisions. Don’t let others make decisions for you. Don’t let someone else be “over” you. Be Sovereign. Be your own authority. Have your own journey find out what you’ve been missing. Find out what else is out there. Intend it for yourself and act appropriately.

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James Ussery

I am a Student of Life currently living in India with my wife and son. I am interested in philosophy, discussions of life and how to make it better as we learn, individually, how to lead ourselves. We're waking up, and our mindset is changing. We need to increase our perspectives in order to become more tolerant and eventually more loving toward all life. The skeptics that would bawk at ideas of communities of people living in peace, choosing to "work" for themselves as a means for a "living" instead of profit and consumerism, simply means they aren't at the same level of understanding and aren't surrounded by an environment or others that would support those ideals. My proposal is for more people to leave their comfortable lives and conveniences and increase their time in nature. Reconnect with that which we are. My goal is in "being" not in "having"