How alignment & flow saves you LOTS of time.
It can be curious, this idea of how being in flow and alignment can lead to more time... right?
Here's an example of how:
When I first started going to the most epic Friday mastermind here in Austin, it came about serendipitously. A couple of weeks in, several people in the group mentioned how the person who started it here in Austin, Cole Harmonson (President & CEO of Far West Capital Bank) was just featured in Forbes.
I wrote down the name, then went home and Googled it. It became one of the many, many tabs I have open on my computer.
There's a workbook that's been sold out for awhile that complements this mastermind, but I haven't really felt pushed to find it and I trusted my intuition as to why.
I could've spend my time researching him, trying to find where I could get a copy of the workbook, going down the rabbit hole of internet links, but instead, what I did was just have it in my awareness...
Then, when my newfound friend Olga from this mastermind mentioned that Abraham Hicks was coming into town, I immediately bought a last minute ticket.
During our first "segment of refreshment" as Abraham likes to say, Olga looked at me and said, "Do you need to go to the bathroom?"
I nodded. Yet, even though we left at the same time, I lost them in the sea of people.
I tried to find the next nearest bathroom to avoid the crazy lines I could sense were forming by the conference room.
By the time I came back upstairs, I walked directly into Olga and our other friend in the hallway talking to a mine I didn't recognize.
Olga paused her conversation to introduce me.
"Judy, this is THE Cole Harmonson!" she motioned towards the gentleman.
I looked blank for a second, and then she followed with, "The guy who introduced me to these masterminds!"
"Ah," I said. I shook his hand. When he asked what I do, I handed him a business card.
"Do you have a copy of the workbook?"
"No," I said.
"Well, I have your business card — I'll email you a copy!"
Later that day, when I got home, Cole texted me. Apparently, my business card has my phone number and website, but no email address and he wanted to be sure I got a copy.
From there, we began a conversation where he's now put me in touch with his assistant to have coffee with him!
I could've muscled my way through things, or I could have just done what I did, which was trust that the Universe would bring it into my awareness if it was meant to be and, well, it was meant to be!
The serendipitous experiences I have not only enable me to have a much more personal and direct connection with high caliber individuals, but it gets me precisely to where I want to be without the hustle and grind.
Flow is more fun.
I'll soon be sharing more insights about what amazing Abraham Hicks insights I came away with.
Trust your intuition.
It's always working for you...