Larry Mullins

June 30, 2009

Your Prison Door is Open

The late Peter Drucker once observed that when the history of this age is written, it will not be wonder-struck by the technology explosion, nor the web, not any on the technical advances so much. What will intrigue the historians of the future will be the fact that for the first time ever in recorded history, large groups of human beings were actually free, and they did not know what to do with their freedom. The prison door is open. But the masses of humanity are afraid to step out the door. Never before has it been possible to actualize your gifts and make them known to the world on a scale that would have been inconceivable a couple of decades ago. We were all born with a unique gift, but most of us have not learned to unwrap it yet. To learn how to unwrap yours check out the free video at http://metavalues.net/video/video2.htm .

June 29, 2009

The killer Paradigm shifts

Several dramatic paradigm shifts were originally proposed by the later work of Abraham Maslow, but have been ignored or discarded by too many modern gurus.
[1]. The first paradigm shift for modern thinkers and leaders is Maslow’s contention that the MetaValues of Integrity, Excellence, and Caring (Truth, Beauty and Goodness) are not relative artifacts, but rather are transcendent realities.
[2]. MetaValues are not learned, they are discovered. MetaValues are latent forces that exist in every normal human being and become activated as individuals reach the preliminary stages of Self-Actualization. Once activated, MetaValues configure the personalities of Self-Actualizers along specific lines. Although driven by the same MetaValue forces, Self Actualizers are immensely diverse in their expression of these intrinsic energies.
[3]. The ideal leadership model can be crafted not by studying individuals who happen to be in leadership roles, but rather by studying Dr. Maslow’s findings about healthy, Self-Actualizing human beings. In these findings he delineated specific MetaValue qualities that appear in virtually all Self-Actualizing individuals. Self-Actualizers are always leaders, but do not always occupy classic roles nor possess impressive titles.
The paramount principle above is the first one, and this principle is the key to Dr. Maslow’s entire conception of MetaValues and metamotivation: MetaValues are not relative, but rather transcendent realities. See www.metavalues.net .

June 24, 2009

“Ask not what the Universe can do for You … Ask what you can do for the Universe.”

“And so my fellow Americans, Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” Fifty years ago John F. Kennedy inspired a nation with those words …

Yet today we are being told that we should ask the Universe for what we want and the power of attraction will bring it to us. Is this really the secret? Or is something missing?
The answer may surprise you.

In the Metavalues Breakthrough, Larry Mullins reveals the ingredient that will revolutionize your life. The MetaValues Breakthrough is unlike any book you have ever read. It is Not science, not religion, not philosophy, not new age …But rather a synthesis of the most powerful ideas of science, religion, and philosophy. In it you will learn the code that truly cracks the riches of the Universe …

“Ask not what the Universe can do for you, Ask what you can do for the Universe.”

We all have a precious gift to give to the Universe. The problem is that most people have not learned to unwrap it. When You Learn how to unwrap your unique gift to the Universe, Everything else will follow. That is the promise of The MetaValues Breakthrough. To learn how to unwrap your unique gift, watch the free videos at www.Metavalues.net

June 19, 2009

The Will to Fail and going the distance

The Will-to-Fail Syndrome functions to cause us to avoid beginning projects —and if we do start, it causes us to avoid completing projects. It is never a question of winning or losing, so much as going the distance. The old seventies movie Rocky is the story of a washed up boxer who is given a chance to fight for the heavyweight title. The bout was conceived of as a publicity stunt, almost a joke, but Rocky takes it seriously. He goes into intense training. Rocky reaches a peak of conditioning; but on the night before the fight the Will-to-Fail complex strikes. Rocky wanders the streets and comes to the conclusion that he simply cannot win. But there is no escape, he must go on with the bout. Finally, Rocky comes to a resolution that calms the struggle going on inside of him. He returns to his room, and informs his girlfriend that the task of beating the champion is too formidable, he cannot do it. “What are you going to do?” she asked.
Rocky replies that he will “Go the distance.” He explains: “No one has ever gone the distance with the champ before. I can’t win, but I am going the distance.” That night, Rocky is battered, but he goes the distance. In fact, he nearly wins the contest. Whether you approve of boxing or not, this is an excellent allegory that expresses the central dilemma of life itself: few people go the distance. At some point in life, usually in their twenties or thirties, the Will-to-Fail Syndrome takes hold; people unconsciously commence the avoidance process. They delay, then give up their dreams; the fire of desire sputters out. You have seen most of your friends, or will see them, one by one drop away from the bitter struggle of life and begin to go through the motions. Only rarely does a human continue to get up after being knocked down — over and over again — by life. Most of us — eventually — decide to stay down to avoid the pain of falling again. We begin to fake it.But when a final and irrevocable decision is made to get up again, no matter what — to go the distance regardless of how many times we are knocked down — something happens. Things begin to change. Forces come to our aid. We are on the side of life.

Is there really a secret?

Is there really a “secret”?
Does it REALLY Work?
The answer will surprise you …
With the publication of The MetaValues Breakthrough, Larry Mullins sweeps aside the idea that Self-Actualization is a process for the favored few. In this remarkable book Larry integrates Maslow’s concepts with the latest advancements and has created, according to one psychologist, “the most advanced framework ever written for achieving lasting peace, joy, and optimum actualization of potential.”
The MetaValues Breakthrough is not science …
The MetaValues Breakthrough is not Religion …
The MetaValues Breakthrough is not Philosophy …
The MetaValues Breakthrough is not “new age” …
The MetaValues Breakthrough is rather a synthesis of the most powerful ideas of science, religion and philosophy.
You have, right now, access to exactly the same core of power, energy, and inspiration that sustains the top one percent of achievers, the fortunate few, the Self-Actualizers. Starting today you can set into motion the process for creating a new life based upon all that is True, Beautiful and Good. To learn more watch the free videos at www.MetaValues.net . There is no opt-in information required. Just enjoy!

June 17, 2009

A CONFRONTATION OF VALUES

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , — LarryMullins @ 4:58 pm

Francis Hesselbein, chair of the Leader to Leader Institute, has observed that “No less than the clergy, ethical, principled business leaders are being called.” The MetaValues Breakthrough goes further than this, declaring that leaders of all kinds are being “called.” Perhaps more important, the rank and file of America’s workforce are also being called. At issue is a confrontation of values. The outcome of this struggle may well determine the course of civilization for the next thousand years. The MetaValues Breakthrough is nothing less than a blueprint to engage the genius of the people to set into motion the actualization of those things that “ought to be” —all that is potentially Good, Beautiful, and True.

June 16, 2009

The Third Part of the Secret

The third part of the secret is that Self-Actualizers habitually make growth decisions rather than safety decisions. Most people live mundane lives that are virtually devoid of courageous decisions; we want structure and predictability. Many individuals with high IQs waste their lives arranging, classifying, and polishing the known rather than enjoying the adventure of discovering the unknown. Yet actualization is all about new and unfolding possibilities. Potential Actualizers are better able to take advantage of these opportunities because they make growth decisions and act on those decisions. Actualizers acquire an independent spirit and a habit of being active, deciding agents rather than tentative, helpless whiners.

No special training is necessary to utilize this secret. You have, right now, access to exactly the same core of power, energy, and inspiration that sustains the top one percent of achievers. But you cannot think your way into the self-actualizing process—you need to act your way into it. You need to make the components of this secret a fundamental part of your everyday life. For more information, see the free videos at http//:www.LarryMullins.com

Instantly Become a New Person

The second part of the “secret” is a precious attitude that Maslow uncovered in Self-Actualizers: they assume a nonnegotiable responsibility for the inner life experience. Again, most of us don’t have this attitude. For instance, how often do you say things like, “He makes me angry”? How often do you hold resentments about past injustices? How often do you rehash them? What Maslow saw in Self-Actualizers is that they refused to see themselves as victims, regardless of their circumstances. They perceived their lives as their own and understood that, while they did not have absolute control of their fates, they had absolute control over how they felt about their fates. They understood that we cannot control what others may do or say—but we have total control over our attitudes and responses.

June 11, 2009

The One Thing No Earthly Power Can Deny You

Filed under: Basics of MetaValues,psychology,values — Tags: , , , , — LarryMullins @ 1:35 am

The first requisite of  setting the self-actualizing process into motion is Respect. Respect for self, balanced by an equal respect for others.

The second part of the secret is a precious attitude that Maslow uncovered in Self-Actualizers: they assume a nonnegotiable responsibility for the inner life experience. Again, most of us don’t have this attitude. For instance, how often do you say things like, “He makes me angry”? How often do you hold resentments about past injustices? How often do you rehash them? What Maslow saw in Self-Actualizers is that they refused to see themselves as victims, regardless of their circumstances. They perceived their lives as their own and understood that, while they did not have absolute control of their fates, they had absolute control over how they felt about their fates. They understood that we cannot control what others may do or say—but we have total control over our attitudes and responses.

Responsiblity for the quality of your own inner kingdom, your inner life, must be embraced fully. It must be nonnegotiable.

June 10, 2009

What Self-Actualizers DON’T Have

Filed under: Basics of MetaValues,psychology,values — Tags: , , , , — LarryMullins @ 3:51 pm

Early on, Dr. Maslow uncovered three attitudes that are unique to Self-Actualizers and potential Self-Actualizers. When he began his studies, Maslow accepted the conventional wisdom that it is natural for most people in our culture to feel unwarranted guilt, crippling shame, and stressful anxiety. As he studied Self-Actualizers, though, he detected that they were relatively free of this baggage. Over time, they developed an attitude of impregnable self-respect. This self-respect was not overbearing or narcissistic, but rather balanced by an equal degree of respect for other people.
How does such extraordinary self-respect evolve? Self-Actualizers are able to endure challenges to their self-worth because they believe that there is a higher, more effective version of themselves to actualize—a more fully developed model. Self-Actualizers sense, in a matter-of-fact way, that there is greatness within them. Most of us share an intuitive belief that we have a higher, better self within. However, the majority of us feel we can’t access this self. We believe that, if there was a time when we could have become the best versions of ourselves, that time has passed. We beat ourselves up for our failures. We exaggerate the losses and minimize the wins. We accept that we have limitations. In doing so, we lose the self-respect necessary to release our inner power. The first part of the secret, then, is to restore the natural, innocent self-respect we had as children while also increasing to an equal degree the respect we have for other people.

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