Secret Squirrel

3 Things to Keep Private:
1. Your Love Life.
2. Your Income.
3. Your Next Move.

Photo By Clare Angelica ©2017

One of my favorite things to do while traveling is to find wall art, some may call it graffiti, I’ll admit I do. I found this simple gem on my latest trip to PV, Mexico.

This quote is one of my favorites. I see it everywhere. It’s a reoccurring theme in my life.

I definitely have my “mastermind group” of friends and family that I go to when I need to work things out or have a new endeavor to explore.

And I believe everyone one should have their core group of individuals (the tighter / smaller the better in my opinion) to speak with about the things that (really) count.

Remember, it’s not good to air your dirty laundry to the world. You don’t need all that energy (positive or negative) aimed at you after whatever the announcement is that you make public — because no matter what, everyone has an opinion.

Think about this:

When you build in silence, (they) don’t know what to attack. 

When you keep your next move quiet, people don’t see it coming. They don’t know what to anticipate, they don’t know if you are going to awe them or disappoint them. — And best of all, you get to keep your energy concentrated because you have kept the key group small and strong.

Stop telling people more than they need to know.

If you’re happy in your relationships, be happy. Yes, post pictures share your joys, travels, and experiences, but there’s no need to rub anything in anyone’s face because if you are truly happy where you are, you won’t need to (nor will you feel the need to).

You’re having a stressful day —  mentally, emotionally, spiritually, physically — it’s ok to tell people, but remember to not dominate the conversation or post every. little. detail. about it — because you never know what someone else is going through and if you can step out of your own filter for a minute or two, you’ll see that your life really isn’t that bad… or if it is, you’ll see that you have the ability to change it.

Money is Money.

Everyone has dollars in their wallet (some more than others). Be considerate. Be graceful. Put your pocketbook to good use and serve others.

Keep your head level. Succeed where you want to succeed. Move forward and build your empire in silence — WOW the world with your mark when it drops.

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