Got your attention? What does it say about our culture when the amount of attention one gets or fame one achieves is in direct proportion to the amount of sizzle, sensationalism, sex, or controversy used to market the concept? Isn't there something wrong with a society that glorifies and rewards scandal and ignores goodness?
Today, in a world filled with half-truths and scant accountability, millions of people feel stripped of their dignity and power. Having bought into "the good life" and now finding themselves paying too high a price for the life they're leading, they're barren of hope and struggling with the stress of making some sense out of life's demands and complexities. Facing naked truths takes courage and clarity. While many are saddened to find that "the good life" is perhaps not so good for them after all, there is another path. A path that cuts through the clutter and leads to a better, easier, less stressful, and more satisfying good life. It's found in a totally private place within us that belongs to us alone. And that makes it worth protecting and appreciating beyond any measurable worth.
Within this priceless place lies The Inner Bottom Line. Label it your heart, soul, spirit, center, being, gut. It's The Inner Bottom Line that you will turn to or be forced to face as a measuring stick, a balance sheet, to compare what you aspire to and what you've actually accomplished. In the end, the only opinion, judgment or standard that matters will be your own.
In your heart, soul, and mind, you'll never be able to run away from your own truth. Who you are, what you're made of, and what you've done with the life you were given to live. Ultimately, the choices you make create your life. So take this adventurous journey of discovery. You might meet yourself along the way!
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