If you’re already interested and want to get started:
Step 1: Sign up for Givling on iPhone or Android. (It’s free of course!) It’ll be easier to
Step 2: you need a code to open an account, use this one DF421180just Google, givling code and you’ll find one!
Step 3: Start playing right away and learn as you go, or, read below.
Good luck and may the FFG be with you!
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This short post will cover the following: What Givling is, what Givling does and hopefully this helps you decide if it’s worth your time!
Givling and Me
I’ve been active on Givling since around August 2017 and have been present for many of its iterations. What I’ve learned is that it’s an organization with a strong purpose and mission that keeps picking up speed.
Their ultimate goal is to pay off a $50,000 loan a day! When I joined around August 2017, they were on their second loan. By the date of this post, they’ve paid off 14 loans! And they are only growing. The more people who join, the more loans that are paid off!
The question occurred to me during my morning meditation – how do things change or how can we change things in our lives? Then upon reflection I saw the grandest changes that have brought the most happiness and external results have all followed the same route into physical reality. A repeatable path, if you will.
What it Appears to Be
Sometimes we have this idea that people just wake up one day and change their life’s trajectory out of the blue. We hear about it all the
It’s hard to believe it’s almost been 5 years since I first eliminated my first belief with the Lefkoe Method. A lot can happen in almost 5 years. And as many of us know too well, a lot can stay the same too.
I wanted to touch base here and relay how things have changed, and why I credit The Lefkoe Method, Natural Confidence program as well as Shelly Lefkoe’s personal coaching with much of my success. This blog as been my way to chronicle this journey from the start, so, I thought we should keep that going. 🙂
It’s funny because much of the time when we have a certain desire or outcome in mind and we don’t see any feasible way for it to take place we stop there and downgrade our desires. We look for incremental changes that aren’t far off from what we have now instead. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We can make change and it can happen faster than we first imagine. We just have to approach the problem in the right way. We have to dig deep and grab the issues by their root.