Bob Baker's Artist Empowerment Blog

Thinking Bigger About Who You Are

Tired of not giving yourself the credit you deserve? Do you suffer from thinking small? If so, you're not alone. Many creative people are plagued by this self-image. But it doesn't have to be that way.

A quick listen to Michael Port is bound to get you energized and thinking bigger about who you are and how your talents positively enrich the world. In a recent teleconference, Michael covered "8 Essential Strategies for Thinking Bigger About Who You Are and What You Offer the World." I listened to most of this 58-minute MP3 audio last night and must admit it got me fired up -- in a good, empowering way.

Take a listen yourself. You can either Stream It Now or Download It and listen later.

If you're more of a reader, or just want to get a taste of what he talks about, check out Michael's Think Big Manifesto, described as "10 ways to Think BIGGER about who you are and what you do in the world." (Scroll down a bit on the page to read it.)

Here are three samples from the manifesto:

Stop Seeking Validation From Others. Acknowledge your needs and desires, not your mother's, friends', co-workers', society's, etc. -- stop seeking validation from or comparing yourself to others.

Embrace the Power of Intention. Your present intentions create your present reality. If you want to change your reality, change and strengthen your intentions. And make sure you don't have any intentions that are in direct conflict.

Always Act on Your Intuition. I bet my bottom dollar that your intuition has never been wrong. Your intuition is the strongest muscle in your body. Listen to it. Work it out. Stop inappropriately over-relying on your intellect to make decisions.

Read all about it. Listen to Michael Port's audio. And start thinking bigger about who you are and what you offer the world!


  • Thanks I needed that. Too often I find that I seek aproval from others to validate my dreams. It's now or never. Time to throw off the "Am I ok" shackles and get on with creating the life I know I deserve.

    By Blogger Sandra, At 6:49 PM  

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