BWHOUR = Be Who You Are

So often we get caught up in being the person we believe other people expect us to be. There is nothing more important than living the life YOU were meant to live…from the core of your being. When you find out who you are, you can live life to its fullest. Why not start right now?

BWHOUR = Be Who You Are from Terry Bean on Vimeo.

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Find your flow

This video talks about the idea of how most people struggle through life swimming against the current. When you find your flow you get to turn around and allow that same current to carry you to magnificent new heights. Take a look and let me know what you think.

IF you’re interested in help finding your flow, I know this great guy who would be happy to assist ;-)

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Want to hire the best speaker in Detroit?

If your event has a presentation component you certainly should be. What criteria will you use to select them?

Of course you’d want them to keep your audience engaged while delivering a memorable message that’s on point. Even better if your audience is able to enjoy the ideas while they are being shared and be excited to implement many of them upon departure.

My name is Terry Bean and I like to make up my own words and deliver inspiredutaining presentations. I’ve been blessed to deliver over 100 presentations to thousands of fully engaged participants and about 17 bored ones so far.

I’ve shared the stage with some of the world’s best presenters Bob Burg, John Assaraf, Chris Brogan and many of them are right here in Detroit: Josh Linkner, Shawne Duperon, Michael Angelo Caruso and Charlie Wollborg.

While I may not be the exact speaker you seek I would be happy to talk about your event and help you find the best speaker for you. After all, life is too short to have lousy speakers.

Be connected-

Bean

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The power in the numbers 1 and 3 for Detroit

The following is a result of thoughts on creating a #313Dlove campaign. You can see the first video uploaded 3/12/12 here.

The 2014 image

Many of us grew up with 313 as our area code. Over the years more numbers were layered on in an effort to keep us better connected. Instead they just added more lines of separation that between people who had been disconnected enough.

It’s important that we Detroiters recognize the strengths of the 1 and the 3 and how they apply to us. In an effort to do this quickly I am simply pasting the latest specific knowledge I have gained in the field of numerology (Numerology is the study of numbers that helps determine and reflect a persons characteristics, talents, motivations and path in life). It’s one thing to recognize the power of these numbers as they pertain to our area code. It’s doubly impressive when those numbers are the calendar date. And in 2014, we get the added power of this being Detroit’s 313th birthday.

Here is what the numbers 1 and 3 mean:

As a 3 Life Path, you possess great talent in creativity and self-expression. Many writers, poets, actors and musicians are born under the 3 Life Path. You are witty, possess a gift for gab and savor the limelight.

A 1 Life Path means you are a born leader. You insist on your right to make up your own mind, and you demand freedom of thought and action. You have drive and determination. You don’t let anything or anyone stand in your way once you are committed to your goal.

I only shared the first 3 sentences for each and the site this is being pulled from is here: http://www.ofesite.com/spirit/numerology/path1.htm

Recognize that the more we live our life path the more it opens it up to us. On March 13, we in Detroit have a once in a year opportunity to lift our energy sky high by playing to our numerical strengths. And at 3:13 p.m., let’s the show the world how we feel about us and tag it #313Dlove

Our area is filled with leaders and those who are doubly creativity. It’s high time we focus on this as our truth and let our recent past go.

Imagine how we can use the power of numbers and new thoughts to transform our area. That is what #313Dlove has been about since day 1. Super excited to have so many people share in this idea.

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What is your AQ?

Many of us can discuss our IQ at length. We know the score, we
understand what it measures and we may even remember the test we took.

Some of us are familiar with the the concept of EQ. Our emotional
quotient or emotional intelligence. This concept basically discusses
our ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to
discriminate among them and to use this information to guide one’s
thinking and actions.

This is all well and good, but I want to know about your AQ. What is
your Awareness Quotient?

Are you aware of your surroundings?
Do you notice even a small amount of the plethora of things that go on
around you at any given moment?
Can you dial yourself into the opportunities and signs that present
themselves to you all day long?

Raising your awareness is shockingly easy to do, yet very few people
practice this. It is a matter of making a conscious and concerted
effort to do so. Be in tune with the flow of your life. Realize that
your actions can and do have an impact on those around you. Just like
the actions of others have an impact on you.

Practice being in the moment in which you are.

If you are engaged in a conversation, be engaged. Listen. Listen
both intently and actively. Don’t worry about what you will say next.
If you are paying attention to what the other person is saying, the
words you need will come to you without much effort on your part.

If you are playing with your child, play like your child does. Your
appreciation of the time will be far greater as will your interaction.
It’s okay to have fun. Everybody is doing it.

Should you find yourself in nature, take some time to get really quiet
and listen to the sounds of it. How many birds can you hear chirping?
Do you hear crickets or other insects? Is there water moving nearby?
How far off is that semi rolling down the road (special note, if it
is coming right for you, you will need to get out of the way and
realize you really aren’t in nature at the moment).

If you are writing, let the words move from your head to the keyboard.
If you are truly in the moment, they will flow to your fingers as
fast as you can type.

Realize that there are no ordinary moments. There is never nothing
going on. Love the moments you live and you will live the moments you
love.

Be aware-

Terry Bean

 

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