Monday Morning Medicine Podcast: Can Success be a Part-Time Endeavor?

Posted by Trevor on 27 July 2014 | 7 Comments

Happy Monday morning everyone.

mapAre you using a journal of blog to record your progress with TSS? If so you may want to listen to this podcast and take me up on a challenge.

Still some seats ($399 first timers, $150 multiple timers) for the August Physics of Success class. Registration closes Friday. email me at



  1. Paul says:

    Hello Trevor

    What is your opinion on the book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker?



  2. Hi Trevor, yes, journalling the ‘success’ but also journaling everything that turns up synchronistically. Each time a synchronistic occurrence happens following me projecting a specific intention has an amazing effect on me: it is like life itself is providing feedback. And let me tell you, feedbacks are numerous. That helps me keeping strong with my intention particularly when I find myself on a winding stairway 🙂

    Much gratitude for your guidance, really looking forward to re-taking the course next week.


  3. Bruce says:

    Hi Trevor,

    Thank you for this wake-up shake. All is not sweetness and light – reality is sometimes more like a bracing cold shower! I appreciate your putting this into the right perspective.


  4. Thank you for a fantastic and powerful podcast. Regarding the absolute necessity of discipline, I would like to share that it is only since applying extreme discipline with quiet time that I seem to get closer to the dream I wish to see expressed in the world. Or more exactly that the dream is coming closer to being my actual experience. Applying that level of discipline has been (and still is at times) the most challenging step out of the TSS but the benefits are getting more and more obvious as time flows. Being disciplined taking quiet time has lead to greater level of discipline in other areas of life and work and the benefits of that are amazing.

  5. Sandy says:

    This is a significant podcast. Thank you. Wonder what the impact might be if you opened each session of the upcoming course with this message? (I’m an early book reader and participant in the inaugural class—that was fun to say!)

    Ultimately each of us is either “in” or “out” to Life. We’ve had several noteworthy folks tell us the importance of commitment and discipline (paraphrasing, please excuse). Jung said the most important word is “no” because it defines the Self. Rollo May wrote about the process of saying “yes” because one says “no” to so much else in contrast–it’s hard to let go of the options. (Don’t know if that is applicable today in our over-stressed/active world.) Then, of course, there is Goethe’s remarkable guidance that tells us if we will simply commit, we will see options and have support that we might not have imagined. (Obviously one of your mentors [smile], conscious or unconscious.)

    I see about 3 g-zillion examples in the life that surrounds mine everyday when any of us say “I’m IN.” What is most important? That I see and ACT to develop my Life.

    Always, with appreciation–

  6. Rob says:

    Trev, great podcast. I was helping my daughter with a school project on Jane Goodall and found this quote of hers. I had a feeling you would enjoy it:

    When asked if she believed in God, Goodall said in September 2010: “I don’t have any idea of who or what God is. But I do believe in some great spiritual power. I feel it particularly when I’m out in nature. It’s just something that’s bigger and stronger than what I am or what anybody is. I feel it. And it’s enough for me.”

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