PSI Seminars facilitator Courtland Warren talks about Personal Power

Personal Power

The key to happier, more fulfilling and wealthy life experiences lies is within this ideal of personal power. But what is personal power? Personal power is the ability to cause or prevent an action in your own life. Therefore, you are only powerless when you cannot act.

On last night’s PSI Teleseminar, we joined Courtland Warren to explore the meaning of personal power. We looked at how to determine when you have it, and when you don’t. From there, we examined the four key mindsets that can help you achieve personal power:

Great Personal Integrity – Do what you say you are going to do, keep your word, especially to yourself.

High Social and Moral Purpose – Know that you are here for a reason and make decisions that are in alignment with your life’s purpose being fulfilled.

Understand That Nothing is Missing – Recognize that you have everything you need within yourself to transform your life.

Think Independently – Your greatest tool is to be able to think independently of your current circumstance, to be able to picture your desired outcome and create something different.

Live your life under the context that life is not happening to you, but for you. As Courtland reminds us, “understand that your ability to cause or to prevent an action from happening in your life is what personal power is. It is within you.”

If you missed all or part of the call, or if you just want to listen to it again, the replay is now available on iTunes and at PSISeminarsPodcast.com where you’ll also find archives of the past teleseminars.

Do you have questions about the material on the call? Would you like to talk with fellow grads, staffers and instructors about how to apply the concepts in your life? Then we’d love to have you join us on Facebook and continue the conversation. Facebook.com/PSISeminars

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