Monday Morning Medicine…oops Tuesday Morning Medicine

Posted by Trevor on 2 April 2013 | 16 Comments

IMG_0669Happy Tuesday Morning everyone. My apologies for the tardy podcast but it is for good reasons as you will discover.

Mailchimp tells me that the podcast is opened by about 44% of recipients, and roughly half that number actually click on the podcast and listen. About half of the listeners hear the whole thing… all 6 minutes… 0.00059 of their week.

I am told that compared to the average figures these statistics are excellent, but I don’t agree. Recipients of these emails have requested them because they wanted to change something in their life. They thought they had decided to reinvent their lives and to accept a helping hand to that end. Then only one person in five actually created the time to be open to that advice and even fewer listened to it. I think that is normal for the way we live today, but don’t you be one of the people left behind.

I’m not trying to sell you anything. I make nothing from doing this. You asked for help, and I am offering it. Sometimes you will find the advice useful and other times not so much. At least hold the helping hand for a measly 6 minutes, once a week, and risk changing your life for the better or unsubscribe and get back in the quicksand.

If that sounds harsh, I really don’t mind. It doesn’t matter to me. Because, however, everything in life is energy even a list of podcast subscribers carries an overall vibration. If 80% of the list can’t be bothered and prefer their version of quicksand, it impacts everyone else. Take the time to listen or turn back.

This week is essential listening for anyone who truly wants to change their life, because it is somewhat time sensitive.

Cheers

Trev

16 Comments

  1. Jose Lopez says:

    Trevor,

    Do you plan on coming to Houston ?

    • Trevor says:

      I don’t plan on it. I do travel there occasionally because there is a unique company about twenty miles outside the city that has some exciting cancer treatment programs. The name is Isotex diagnostics.

  2. Ryan says:

    Hi Trevor,

    Thank you for this. It’s SO refreshing to hear. I love accountability and being honest with oneself. I believe the root of 90% of all suffering stems from the distance between what we say we want and our actual actions. Thank you for not needing this. Thank you for being hear for the ones that do. It makes all of the difference.

    Happy belated Easter 🙂 It’s my new favorite time of year.

    Ryan

  3. ShirleyTison Jennings says:

    Thank you for doing the podcast. I love to hear your voice, the message and the energy that comes through. Please keep doing them. THANK YOU! THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!!!

  4. Barbara says:

    Trevor, I double dip. I am a subscriber to your podcast in iTunes, but also love to read your posts. How are you counting people like me? :)) And just so I can be counted, I’m going to listen directly on the site this morning! Cheers!

    • Janet K says:

      Thanks for the pocast and the Monday Morning Medicine. You are appreciated and love the “extra” effort you put into what you beleive. thank you!

  5. Jill says:

    Refreshing, I love a walk in the woods, so off I go.

  6. Gina Citoli says:

    Good Morning Trevor!

    Thank you for the time you are offering to help others create their own prosperity.
    I had been asking for guidance with my own business and happened upon your interview on NCReview.
    I had just been interviewed myself and was looking for my interview to be posted. Something drew me to you!
    I listened and what you said resonated very strongly. Then at the end of your interview Miriam came on and introduced me and played one of the songs from my one-woman musical A Cabaret of Consciousness.
    I could not of received a greater affirmation that this is what I needed so I ordered your book. It should arrive any day. I am so happy to have found you! I very much appreciate your up front attitude and down to earth way of explaining universal principles and putting them into a very easy to follow and understandable format. And that is just from listening to your podcasts and interviews! Excited for the book to arrive…..

    Very Best to You!
    Gina Citoli

  7. Luis Rios says:

    Thank you for the podcast Trevor Have an amazing week yourself

  8. Patti says:

    Thank you, I needed to be reminded.

  9. Brian says:

    Not all of us have the latest computers or speakers to allow us to listen to you podcasts.

  10. Robert says:

    I look forward to the MMM. Great pieces of insight to build my week and life on. Thank you.

  11. Ray says:

    Thank you – I listen to no other podcasts, mostly due to lack of time, but in listening to yours I’ve determined the others are mostly noise and not insight. I am new to your book but as I’ve read others say, I resonated immediately and strongly (sorry, bad English). My work background is behaviorally based and mostly with developmental disabilities – I count you in a small group of authors that have inspired me to see some of the interdependent relationships of different thoughts; Carl Rogers, Echart Tolle, Richard Feynman, to name a few; since reading The 3 Simple Steps, I’ve learned I don’t have to accept all that I read, but I can connect the immutable truths in those steams of consciousness. I thank you for that – it is changing my life focus!

  12. Penelope says:

    You know, I not only listen, I forward them to my friends and family to listen as well…how is that counted? I have issues with Babylon though…my speakers are dimming and I couldn’t hear it all… But, I do love your podcasts, your messages, and your book!

    • Trevor says:

      Thanks Penelope

      I don’t count really. I just notice the number of people who ask for help but then don’t create the time to take it. That is human and normal and completely understandable… But it is also what quicksand is about and I have to try to make people see that. The people who say they are too busy are just the ones who need advice, just as those who believe they are free are the most trapped. It is not unusual, but becaus this time is so full of spring vitality I simply wanted to dig a few people in the ribs. This is THE time to recharged in nature and that is the main point of Babylon. Old story regurgitated by every religion through history but the point is this is the time of energy renewal so get out and walk in nature… Alone and see what happens

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