I wrote in my #journal yesterday before I went to sleep and asked for guidance in a particular area in my life. It came fast!
The instruction I was seeking came in the form of a dream. When I woke up, it wasn’t clear to me what the dream meant, but after meditation I now realize the underlying message of the situation in my dream.
Thank you! I needed that.
Happy Anniversary to the Matthews & McGuire Show!
Happy Anniversary to the Matthews & McGuire Show! It’s been a pleasure co-hosting this show with the one and only @leanadelle. I’ve enjoyed every minute of this journey we are on to enhance the quality of other people’s lives. I’m looking forward to many more years to come.
Tune into Episode 59 as we recap our first#podcast year.
Available on www.matthewsandmcguire.com now and #itunes & #stitcher tomorrow morning.
Shoutout to all of our listeners. This show would not be fun without you.
Manage your Mind
Sources say that we think over 70,000 thoughts a day and over 80% of them are non-positive thoughts. There’s no wonder why the world is attracted to negativity. There’s no wonder why people enjoy complaining and gossiping. There’s no wonder why it’s so hard to stay in a positive state of mind. The odds are stacked against you, but with proper techniques you can maintain your ideal state of mind, no matter the circumstances.
Spend time managing and strengthening your mindset. You Gotta’ protect what you believe in at all cost.
We’ve hit another Major Milestone. 3000+ downloads and counting….
Thank you all for your support! It’s been a pleasure doing this show. We couldn’t have done it without your love and support.
We, @leanadelle and I, appreciate you all.
Matthews & McGuire are about to take this show to new heights. Watch out! Here we come.
“Don’t wish for anything that you’re not willing to WORK for.” – Mike C. Matthews
“Whenever times get rough or things don’t go my way, I just remind myself that Life is Nothing More Than a Story. Both the good and bad times are relevant to the overall plot. It is true that all stories must come to an end. Why Not Make It Interesting?” -Mike C. Matthews