Through the study and practice of these keys you will attract to yourself the inner harmonies of success in every aspect of your life and begin to realize your true potential and purpose.

When you are unaware of how your life is governed by apparent dualities, you suffer from vacillation and become a victim of the conflict between two opposing vectors. Some situations require you to be firm but other situations require you to be flexible. You aspire to be professional, but at the same time, you want to be personable. You hope to demonstrate confidence in action but also be observant and open; be committed to your goals but know when to let go of an idea that doesn’t work; you try to be strategic about the long term while you are focused on executing the short term. And then you look at the world and you wonder what’s good for you and what isn’t, what will help and what will hinder, who is a friend and who is a foe. You must first understand the law of dualities, to successfully direct these opposing dynamics to help you realize your cause.

To be effective-to influence, to inspire, to encourage and to lead a change, you’ve got to increasingly move up the value chain and get closer to the point of origin. This is the path to releasing tremendous power and possibility into your life. A visible change begins with invisible work. The people you serve and work for, the people you support and help, the people to whom you bring a smile and make laugh, your loved ones – they all can only enjoy the benefits of your time, energy, talent and wisdom because you are here and because of who you are! They can receive and benefit from you because of your good health and well being and because you have something to give. Taking time to reflect daily and weekly is part of the invisible work that leads to visible change.