The Big Picture: 3 Ways You Can Make a Difference Now

“Be the change you want to see in the world” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

Four weeks into 2013, surely you’ve thought about your personal goals – what you want more, better, or different in your life – and possibly even declared some big ones that have your heart racing and knees knocking. Have you thought about what you want to give back to others, to the world?

Just as you asked yourself what you want more, better, or different in the new year, ask what you want for the world. World peace can seem like an out-of-reach and daunting goal, yet it doesn’t have to be. Just like any goal, when you break it down into smaller pieces and take action on it daily, it can be accomplished. Whether your vision is focused on providing education, ensuring that everyone has enough to eat, or rescuing abandoned animals, there is something you can do to make a differene now. Here are 3 ways you can get started on bringing your vision for the world to life: Continue reading The Big Picture: 3 Ways You Can Make a Difference Now…

Operation Dream Toy Drive

San Francisco PSI Seminars graduates united with SFPD to raise over $12,000 and collect over 3,000 toys for children in need. There were over 100 volunteers and 30 police officers. Even the Chief of Police was there!

Givers Gain – PSI Podcast

“When I chased after money, I never had enough. When I got my life on purpose and focused on giving of myself and everything that arrived into my life, then I was prosperous.”
~Wayne Dyer~

On this episode of the PSI Seminars Podcast, we focus on giving and what it really means to give.

Listen as we explore what Thomas Willhite meant when he talked about the law of “Givers Gain and Takers Lose”. This episode is designed to help us check in and stay connected during a time that can become all about the hustle & bustle and less about what giving really means.

Listen to this and other podcast episodes now at psiseminarspodcast.com

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