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Happiness Depends… #happinessfactor

ImageAristotle found that more than anything else sought by humans was happiness. Happiness is sought after for it’s own sake, other goals like health, wealth, and success are valued on the level of how much more happiness we will have. 

“Happiness is not something that happens. It does not depend on outside events, but, rather on how we interpret them. Happiness… is a condition that must be prepared for, cultivated, and defended privately by each person” – Csikszentmihalyi

People who learn to control their inner experience are able to determine the quality of their lives and come as close to happiness as anyone can. 


The World Did NOT End…Whew #elleeyre


Put a pin in that…..

Boy am I glad that the world did not come to an end. I was just gaining momentum. Good thing I didn’t buy stock in it or I would not have experience the breakthrough. Finally, freedom to live as if the world were to end tomorrow. 

After spending some time underground (preparing for the end of the world… joking) I have emerged. I look forward to the new year and the health, wealth, and success available to me. 

I am sharing the wealth of knowledge through a new class series called Evolve. Begin today, evolve your life, relationships, health and money using practical knowledge and conscious living practices that change the way you approach each day. Everyone can reach their dream when they live on purpose. Learn how to use the LYFE Method of approaching dreams and ideas and experience success daily. Getting back to the basics of solid goal setting and intentional living.

Next class (for women only): Tuesday, January 29th 6:00-9:00 12903 South 300 East, Draper, UT. Sponsored by (see the full schedule at


I am looking forward to connecting with you. I invite you to be proactive and begin to attend the classes. See you there,


The Secret to Understanding What Makes You Do That Thang You Do

ImageInterpreting your experience is the way to circumvent feeling tossed around by life taking whatever comes along and just dealing with it. In creating successful life strategies one must be aware of one’s dreams and the role they play in the experience of everyday life. By integrating the dream with the business of life personal power is restored while the realization of dreams and goals flows into the practical experience of living increasing happiness and joy.

The premise for living big is to believe in our dreams and trust that we have the power as creators to bring those dreams down to earth and accomplish great things. We have a nature that lends it’s self to discovery through curiosity to know our purpose in life. As we act upon our dreams we discover clues to the answers of this question. The experiences we gain through our discovery shape the way we function in our lives. The nature of discovery is to uncover the unknown and causes us to experience fear or excitement, the basis for all ancillary feelings, which triggers thought and action. Our society is filled with so much information from so many sources that unless we are actively thinking about the true risk of any given situation our mind filters that information through our fight or flight mind where our actions are based upon survival. Living big is living beyond survival through thoughtful action to reach goals successfully.

Understanding the communication between ourselves and our world i the shortest distance to knowing how to modify our reality to align to our dreams, wishes, wants and desires. The four modes of functioning model is a powerful tool for interpreting and analyzing the feedback received throughout our experience.  Conscious use of the model increases understanding, personal power, and successful results.  The four modes of functioning are sensing, feeling, thinking and acting. Each mode of function operates in a constructive or destructive way.

To create SMASHing Life Strategies for 2012, use the Four Modes of Functioning model to interpret your experience.  Set a timer for three minutes, respond quickly, let answers sit for a few days and repeat, notice what changed, add images to your writing. Remember this is about the process not the product. Using the conscious and subconscious parts of your mind allows you to gain insight and enhance your experience. Allow each mind to express its self on the page without expectation to maximize your experience.

Observe through Sensing. Take a look at the nine areas of balance and for each one, ask;

  1. What am I experiencing?
  2. What do I Sense? See? Feel? Think/Hear? Taste? Smell?
  3. Have I experienced this or something similar to this before?

Thinking Mode. Interpret the data.

  1. What do I believe about this experience?
  2. What do I judge about this experience?
  3. What do I believe about myself?
  4. What do I judge about myself?
  5. What do I hold back from doing because I believe this?
  6. Is what I believe true for all humankind?
  7. What would happen if I did not believe this about myself?
  8. What would be different if I didn’t believed this to be true?

Feeling Mode. Analyzing Cause of Action.

  1. How does it feel to believe this?
  2. What is the strongest emotion that I connect to this experience?
  3. What would I feel if this thought never existed? Have I ever felt that way in the past? If not, what do I imagine that feeling to feel like?
  4. Who would I be without_____?
  5. What does my response to this even tell me about my true nature, or purpose?

Acting Mode. Applying What You Have Learned.

  1. What have I learned?
  2. How will I apply what I have learned?
  3. What am I currently doing in this area?
  4. What is working and not working?
  5. What would be ideal? Have I experienced these results in the past? If not, what do I imagine ideal would be like?
  6. What would I get out of living this ideal? What would it do for me?
  7. What would it take to get a step closer to this ideal from where I am now?
  8. What resources do I have to help me reach the ideal?