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  1. Amit Sodha says:

    Hey Global Harmony Crew,

    Thank you so much for writing me this awesome article and sharing all your amazing ideas about loving the process – something I truly and wholeheartedly believe in.

    Keep making a global difference!

    ~Amit

  2. It is such a pleasure, Amit! I have been, and still am, loving this process;)
    Timeless, unconditional, radial peace and love!
    P,
    Global Harmony Crew

  3. This was a fantastic post. It reminds me of an interview I heard today with Frank Gary, a famous architect. At 86, he is still working on a bunch of projects. He says sometimes he remembers, “There is a good chance I will never see the end of this project”, but then reminds himself that the end result has never been what truly counts. What he has always loved is the process, now. I am paraphrasing, but it really exemplified your message. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

    • Thank you, Carina! I had to google the guy. Some truly awesome architecture! It definitely seems as though loving the process is paramount to success in any endeavor and life in general, especially if you are going to endure in the long run 🙂 Thank you for sharing!

  4. I just noticed a mistake on my first comment. The correct spelling of his last is Gehry. 🙂

  5. I love what Global Harmony Crew has written here. Life is a journey, nothing more and nothing less. There is no “destination”, that’s death. Yet, we so heavily focus on achieving the outcome we desire that we miss the process involved. Once we get to our desired outcome, we feel great in the moment, followed up by “…Okay. What now?” Like it was said, you have to have the “freedom from outcome” mentality and do something for the love of it, for the love of the process. The problem is though, like was also said, paradoxically, we are too focused on what we want to achieve which is why so many never actually achieve it. They become to rigid in their approach and when it doesn’t work out as planned, they let their insecurities and limiting beliefs take over.

    I have a system, The TCS System, that helps individuals to get to the root of their limiting beliefs and pull them out. It is designed to help someone create self-awareness and create purpose driven goals that aren’t outcome focused but more focused on manifesting their potential (process). Come check it out on my website. I’m Master Life Coach Bruno LoGreco, visit me at brunologreco.com

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