Have you ever had to make a decision in life and can’t make a logical decision. For the life of you, there is a sense of being stuck in making a decision. Then you surrender to the greater power of yourself and “go with your gut”, follow your intuition. That intuition is what Sasha Laghonh (Pronounced Lago) utilizes in here business. She help people to get in tune with the life, living and business situations via intuition. Having a deep connection to each of her senses provides a scope of awareness many of us just don’t tap into daily, weekly or almost never.
I had a very interesting and enlightening conversation with Sasha covering a range of topics from how to get an answer to you problems and taking action, which many people fail to do. You have to have action to resolve our human issue. One of our chief topics is living intentionally by living and embracing the journey of life versus so diligently trying to hit the end goals be them personal or otherwise.
Currently working on her soon to be released self published book titled “Kashing Karma, going from jobless to Abundance” has kept Sasha busy including here other projects such as her website www.sashatalks.com and her various endeavors found on her website.
We have to understand sometimes we live too much in our “Monkey Brain” and understand the greater power we all command.
When the election of Presidential elect Donald Trump unfolded before my eyes I was surprised to say the least. I could not understand how it happened, particularly due to the fact at the beginning of the campaign it was almost a running joke to many people who did not take Donald Trumps candidacy seriously. We all should know Donald Trump plays to win and for keeps. I felt the need to talk to someone who I felt safe speaking of politics and anything in life. So I called my friend from high school Mr. Robert Kamin, known to me as Bob.
I met Bob when I moved from the inner city of Detroit Michigan to a little town in the Downriver Michigan suburbs, where it was culture shock. I never felt that with Bob. Bob and I both had full-time jobs in high school to help support ourselves, so he is a man who understands value and considering we both have daughters we cherish, there is a deep common bond.
Here is my quick conversation with my Friend Bob about the recent election.
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If I have a blog/podcast titled The Billionaire Lifestyle intended to focus on how you and we can created a lifestyle of our desire regardless of what the masses tell us, I must include all life styles and I do mean as many as I can honestly define. My understanding is, most conservatives consider any domestic partnering other than opposite sex same race to be taboo currently in the hearts and minds of many Americans. This sentiment crosses racial, economic and religious faiths across the board.
I live a very open and accepting attitude towards people regardless of the personal preferences they may have regarding what adults they are attracted for their parting choice. As a heterosexual male I am in serious need of definitions.
Recently I was having a conversation with my wife because I read this term in an article Transracial parenting, which made me literally make the Scooby Doo sound. As a man of color who has married and been married previously to a Caucasian woman, and have children of that union, I was a little confused at the upsurge in the prefix “Trans-” . I though it was referred as “Inter” racial union and Bi-Racial humans. Did someone change the definition. I am not ranting I am just looking for clarifications.
There was another topic I have been broaching with friends and colleagues considering I was technically single singe 2012 until recently. I was married for about 22+ years. I discovered there was a whole new game afoot, and wondered how to define the partnering landscape of today’s culture. For instance I could be at a bar and strike up conversation with an interesting and beautiful woman and be totally clueless about the birth gender of the person I am interacting. Conversely I could meet a dude who I find to be a cool ass Bro, not understanding that Dude was born a female.
The two scenarios are a difference social psychology and I new to the lexicon for the most part. If I were a person looking to started a family by combining my DNA with the opposite sex, knowing the birth sex of your partner is crucial. I want to be clean I am not against anyone, I am simply looking for definitions to understand how not to offend and how to approach various situations.
The most common items in my mind is titles. If you are a Trans-person who may have visual ambiguity to another person I have several questions:
How should I address you in the Pronoun.
Do I ask if someone is married or do you have a partner?( This one is generic across the board for me to everyone I meet currently, I really hate to seem ignorant, but can admit when I am.
Is it ok to just say to someone, I’m not sure how to approach you but you seem like and interesting person I would like to know, but I don’t want to offend you?)
Just as I am an African-American/Black/Negro what ever label society has given me over my lifetime, I am sensitive as to how I am approached labeled. At the end I the day I just as I figure other humans want to be respected by peers and strangers, so I figured the best way to learn is to ask.
This blog post may seem like a ramble, but it is because I am in unsure territory. I as you to help me bring clarity not only to myself but other who are interested in the social fabric but afraid to ask. There are many lifestyle we can draw inspiration, and the Trans-community, LGBT, are no exception. Open you heart and mind and be respectful and honest.
What does small college town with the population of less than 40,000 do with a Co-working space? The answer is, build a community.
I began hearing about Co-working spaces in 2009 after the financial collapse of 2008. I was one of those people directly impacted by the wall street crash and found myself in the “go and get it economy” to move forward for my family financially.
Come full circle to 2015 with a different life and location I find myself in a Meetup in Valparaiso Indiana, a small college town south-east of Chicago’s south side about 50 miles tops. There is encounter a group comprised of mostly 25-35 year old and a smaller representation of the over 40 crowd. The reason for the meeting is to network and find people with a common spiritual interest in progress on a personal and business level. I am referring to the Valparaiso Indiana Downtown Professional meetup group, help approximately once a month in various locations around The Downtown Disney like Valparaiso Indiana business area.
This is where I meet a very open guy, Eric Zosso who seems to be connected to everyone I can see. He has rapport with each living entity in the room. As we are introduced I immediately understand why. You can’t help but understand his genuine nature as it is a part of his outward DNA.
Other the next year we keep in contact and even have dinner to trade ideas and thoughts. Early on as I was formulating The Billionaire Lifestyle, I knew had to involve Eric in some fashion. With quick meeting I set up an interview while looking for clues during a meetup treasure hunt at the Porter County museum.
I watched the clip of Dave Chappelle on Saturday Night Live give a message to the American public, summing up my opinion of the situation concerning the President Elect Donald Trump. We have to give this guy a chance to do the job he was elected. Equally as important Donald Trump must give the people who he has verbally and historically marginalized a chance to be view and included in the American fabric.
Basically we (Those who are not in favor with a Trump Presidency) have to start out at a truce and reboot the relationship again with Donald Trump. We almost have to be the bigger persons, as we have seen the rise in racial incidents as reported by CNN, Huffington post and other online and OTA media outlets. Otherwise we could see ourselves reliving the 1960’s American.
“High Level Emotions are one of the key components making us human. Emotions have also cost the world so many lives.” Emmitt Muckles 2016