For what it’s worth

For what it’s worth it was worth all the while

What is “it” and what is “it” worth to you.

“It” can be anything.

What “it’s” worth varies on the thing. How we determine it’s worth depends on the thing.

Do we need it?

Do we want it?

Why do we want it?

What will it do for us?

We live in an era of money being the value we tie to any one thing. “What’s it worth?” Is a question we too often answer with a dollar amount.

We seem to think anything that is free must not be very good or why give it away.


I never ask for anything in return when I give some one a full emotional clearing or business advice or career counseling or an image consult. I give away what I find is of the most value.

I don’t ask you to sign up for my newsletter or buy my book or buy my PDF’s of these writings.

I don’t ask you to donate.

I could easily charge over $500 for the energy work I do. I could easily charge $5,000 an hour as a business consultant. I could charge $5000 a week as a personal trainer. I could charge $5,000 a week as a Life/Spiritual Coach. I could charge hundreds of a dollars a class for everything I am able to teach.

Since I don’t charge anyone for anything does it remove the worth of what I offer?

Why or why not?

Another turning point, a fork stuck in the road
Time grabs you by the wrist, directs you where to go
So make the best of this test, and don’t ask why
It’s not a question, but a lesson learned in time

I have wrestled with giving up the idea for asking for cash up front to place worth on what I provide to anyone who gives me 5 minutes of their time.

I am at the turning point the fork in the road.

Do I do what everyone else does so they can continue to feel good about it or do I continue to do as I have always done and do it my way?

What grabs my wrist these days is not time, it’s a desire that comes from not me to get me to play ball like everyone else does and do it their way.

Write a book to give yourself credibility.

If you don’t sell it, than it must be bullshit.

I have heard it all.

The lesson learned?

So take the photographs, and still frames in your mind
Hang it on a shelf in good health and good time
Tattoos and memories and dead skin on trial

The lesson learned as I look back at the still photos and video clips is to do it my way because when I look at the results in the lives of those I have “worked” it was worth all the while.

What do you think you need?

If you take money out of the equation what’s it worth to you to have a total stranger give you all you need just because they happened to be there?

Hit me up

If you have nothing to offer, I have everything to give anyway.

Whisper if you feel me.


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