Meet Daniel Suelo. He’s been living without money for 12 years. When our paths crossed synchronistically in Moab, I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to learn from this wise man. I interviewed him and found his philosophy and way of living inspiring and visionary.
I am excited to announce that at ibuildwebsitesforfree.com we have launched a new way for our clients to track the progress of the projects and websites we are working on for them.
Over the next week we will be emailing our current clients to let them know their username and password for viewing the progress of their website.
It is our intention that this will provide a simple and easy way for our clients to see the progress of their website, submit content, brainstorm ideas and have everything managed within one page.
We’re having so much fun! Do you need a website? Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or learn more at http://ibuildwebsitesforfree.com/
The Answer: One single step.
One single step is an action we take to see our idea implemented in some way that others might see. One single step is an action, no matter how nor how small we ourselves may think yet, it is doing something in order to see something we believe become a reality. One single step is the beginning of a dream yearning to be birthed into actual life.
Many of us can feel the ideas we have of projects or activities that we would like to do. What stops us from acting upon them? Is it fear? Are we afraid that our idea won’t come to any fruition? Are we afraid that our ideas hold no purpose and so why even try? Are we afraid that our ideas hold no value to others? Are we afraid of failure?
An idea holds within it, limitless possibilities. We can never know what may happen when we act and develop our ideas wherever they might lead. We can never know what people we might meet and what opportunities may present themselves when we share our ideas with others, with the world. For that is very power of sharing our ideas with one another. We do not know what may happen.
To share our ideas we must learn to trust the world with our ideas.