James Ussery

Aspire to Inspire

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Truth is simple, people are complicated

We learn that everything is made of energy. Energy is measured by frequency. I’m speaking of things also, with no matter. So then when we ask, “What does it matter?” it’s a valid question. What “matter” does this create in our physical reality? We’ve learned that we can measure thoughts in the brain. We can measure feelings and impulses in the body. These things are real. If something can be measured, I can consider it fact.

What’s most significant about my journey is this thirst for new information. Knowledge is unlimited. What is identified as fact or fiction? How can I tell? Where do I spend my time? What is the truth?

I’m a person that chooses to look at things by the value of the question. I put a lot of stock in questions. It’s important to study the closeness of the question to the answer. If the frequency of every thought is measured, then what if we were to put effort into matching the frequency of our questions and answers? Could we find answers faster? What if we removed judgement? Would we be open minded to accept the truth we found “as” truth? Would that speed it up? It just seems like a closed, judgmental mind slows us down from evolving into something more powerful. Accepting things has a great deal more to do with our future than we give it credit for. It feels like truth is simplistic, and for some reason we weave these complex concepts because we’re not open to see the truth as it really is. These fragmented stories, misguided attempts at mind control and the manipulation of entire populations for limited power seems to be a waste.

I believe, once people get a taste of truth in its purest simple form, they won’t want to play with the complexities anymore. It slows us down.

Switchfoot – This is your life

Yesterday is a wrinkle on your forehead
Yesterday is a promise that you’ve broken
Don’t close your eyes, don’t close your eyes
This is your life and today is all you’ve got now
Yeah, and today is all you’ll ever have
Don’t close your eyes
Don’t close your eyes

This is your life, are you who you want to be?
This is your life, are you who you want to be?
This is your life, is it everything you dreamed that it would be?
When the world was younger and you had everything to lose

Yesterday is a kid in the corner
Yesterday is dead and over

This is your life, are you who you want to be?
This is your life, are you who you want to be?
This is your life, is it everything you dreamed that it would be?
When the world was younger and you had everything to lose

Don’t close your eyes
Don’t close your eyes
Don’t close your eyes
Don’t close your eyes

This is your life are you who you want to be?
This is your life are you who you want to be?

This is your life, are you who you want to be?
This is your life, are you who you want to be?
This is your life, is it everything you dreamed it would be
When the world was younger and you had everything to lose

And you had everything to lose

Parrish Taylor

Parrish Taylor

Parrish Taylor has played several roles for me for the past 15 years. I’m grateful for our friendship.

Parrish is a trainer. It’s who he is. He’s trained in corporations and on the field. We met when he was still in the advertising and development industry. We built one of the first Learning Management Systems (LMS) back in 2002-ish. It was a fun experience.

Fast forward to 2015, Parrish is on his own and now working with athletes, corporations and now police officers. He’s training them on how to manage the “chatter” or “voice in your head” that leads you to a victory or defeat in your life. If you can imagine, between the different examples, there are similarities because stress is still a factor and how you deal with it is key.

He introduced me to a new, a better packaged, version of maturity. Because “Maturity Matters”. Helping him with his website and marketing, sitting in on his lectures, (I even acted as camera man on occasion). Learning about the 6 cylinders and how important it is to balance them was near the beginning of my journey.

Studying Daniel Goleman‘s material was just the start. Emotional Intelligence is everywhere. Parrish’s goal is to make sure people are as successful as possible in their individual lives as they navigate the variables. The idea is to “seek peace“.

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