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Sea salty rules for successful sailing through the seas of life:

In the olden days, ship Captain’s actually did not know how to swim. This was important because if anything happened out at sea, the Captain was required to do everything possible to save the ship from sinking. Today, as a boat Captain and mermaid, I can assure you that I know how to swim! The lesson from this is a valuable one, that in order to be successful in any endeavor, you must fully commit 100%.

Rule #1: Ditch plan B.
If you have a plan b, there will always be an escape route and you will never fully commit to what it is that you started. You are giving the universe a mixed signal and you’ll get what you give out. When you pull up anchor and sail a steady course in the direction of your mission without looking back, you will reach your destination. Commitment is key.

Rule #2: Take the helm.
Be the captain of your own ship. Make the decision, pick a direction & then surrender to allow the higher power that lives and moves us in the world to support you.

“You can’t change the direction of the wind, but you can adjust your sails to always reach your destination.”
~ Jimmy Dean

Rule #3: Let your mistakes guide you to new possibilities.
The universe supports action even if mistakes are made. Sometimes a mistake can actually open the door to a new more amazing possibility that would not have been seen before. In all things, there is something to learn if we are open.

“The most powerful, liberating thing we can do is to break free from the fear-based thinking that dominates the world to surrender the mind-set the world has taught us and accept a new one instead… What are your gifts, and how can they make the world a more beautiful place?” ~ Marianne Williamson


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