Yesterday while listening to one of my favorite motivational speakers, Anthony Robbins, I heard him say something that made me understand why I seem to agree with much of what he says. He said that when you should listen to what makes sense to you and the rest say “Well that Tony Robbins he is just crazy”. It is refreshing to hear someone not profess to be ‘the answer’ or ‘the guru’. When I mention to someone I listen to him, or Wayne Dyer, or Joe Vitale or read “How to Win Friends and Influence People” or watch the secret, they always seem to stress what they do not like about that person, book, or whatever it may be. I’m here to tell you, expose yourself to as much material as you can. What makes no sense to one person may change the life of the next. Decide for yourself. Make good use of your public library, or better yet, find a friend who is also interested in improving themselves and their life. I am fortunate enough to have a few of those. In fact, one friend of mine meets me for lunch and we exchange books and ideas. If a person knows you it is like a second set of ears and eyes to look out for something that you may benefit from. Plus, when going through any transformation there are always bound to be challenges and it is great to have someone in your corner cheering you on. So take that class on self-hypnosis, pick up that book you’ve been meaning to try to listen to that motivational speaker your friend is raving about. Even if you only get one thing out of it, you have just improved your life that little bit more. Who knows you may just find what you need to take your life to that next level! So keep an open mind and have fun exploring.