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Podcast: "How to make a difference in your community"

Listen to LLW founder, Joseph Stuczynski in this recording of a free Teleseminar given with special guest speaker, Annie Wood, actress, writer, former game show host and founder of DoGoodStuff.org. We discussed ways to get involved in your community, as well as discussed a broader conversation that will tie community involvement with our place in the Universe.

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Article 1: The Power of Personal Values


Whether you realize it or not, your life is guided by a set of core values. We all have a subconscious list of principles that steer us down different paths of life; unfortunately most of us aren't fully aware that they exist. When you're not given the opportunity to create a strong set of beliefs, you adopt many of your childhood care giver's behaviors and decision-making skills, whether good or bad, which ultimately become, for lack of a better word, your patterns. Values are every man's right and privilege, they're non-denominational and do not adhere to any specific religion, government or educational institution. Read More...


Article 2: Identify Your Top 10 Core Values


The purpose of this exercise is to create a set of core values that will act as criteria for all of your future actions and decisions.   When you have completed this exercise, you’ll not only have greater understanding of yourself, you’ll also have a tool to guide you though the rest of your life.   To read more about the meaning and importance of values, look for my article titled, ‘What are personal values”?  Read More...


Article 3: Love Is A Pattern


Many of the behaviors and actions you exhibit in relationships are developed when you're still a child, which means you attract people and situations based a pattern of love, rather than as defined by you or your spirit. Unless taught otherwise, we seek the same dynamics that we observed in our care givers, which creates much of the internal angst we feel because we keep making the same mistakes or have stopped trusting our ability to attract a healthy relationship. Read More...


Article 4: Love is Average


We’ve all been in situations when we make a bad decision or do something that goes against our better judgment.   Getting involved in bad relationships whether it be work, romance or friendship, is not specific to education, class, stature, income level, race, sexual preference or age, we all do it.  The question is why do we do it?  What is the common thread that allows us to repeat average relationships, or continuously attract unhealthy or unfulfilling people, even though we feel we already ‘learned that lesson’?   Read More...


Article 5: Top 5 Relationship Myths


This article is about learning how to date successfully, not about the clothes you wear, your attitude, acting your age, hairstyles or any other physical or social trait.  It’s about YOU, and learning how to define a healthy relationship based on your desires and needs.  It’s about attracting people and situations that are fulfilling to your spirit, and recognizing that you have unlimited options.   It’s about learning how to change old patterns so that you can define life on your own terms. Read More...


Article 6: Judgment, Intolerance and the Law of Attraction

One of the things folks find most challenging about manifesting their desires is getting into vibrational alignment – that is, making sure every part of them is in agreement with their goal.  You probably know, for instance, that if you want lots of money you need to be sure there isn’t a part of yourself saying, “Yeah, but then no one will like me anymore.”  A fear like that will ensure that you accidentally-on-purpose miss every opportunity to make the kind money you want. Click here to read more.
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