What do you believe?

12. I can’t get the number out of my head. It must be the season…the 12 days of Christmas, the 12 months of the year, even being on the cusp of 2012.

We’re not just in the season of 12s; we’re also in the season of believing. In family, in friendship, in giving, in — yes, for some — even Santa Claus. So, I have chosen to offer up a little “belief” quiz.

Here you go: 12 items to challenge your belief system. (For example, I believe that technology (see below) isn’t the answer to our prayers most people think it is.)

I believe companies …

I believe brands …

I believe politics …

I believe nature …

I believe children …

I believe our economy …

I believe money …

I believe in being …

I believe technology …

I believe aging …

I believe crises …

I believe I am …

So, what do you think, or rather… believe?

2 Comments
  • Earthen Vessel
    Reply

    I believe…that nature can teach us patience and living in the moment.
    I believe…that children have within them abundant joy.
    I believe…in being honorable with myself and others.
    I believe…I am growing, learning, discovering and seeking my daily purpose with conviction and passion.
    I believe…crises can be your wisest of teachers.
    I believe…aging is relative and a matter of the heart and spirit within each of us.
    I believe…technology has its place but could never replace a warm embrace.
    I believe…money is a powerful thing that can hurt or heal, depending upon the intent.
    I believe…politics should be left to the politicians , for which I am NOT.
    I believe…brands are a visualization of how you represent yourself or company, to the world.
    I believe…companies with purpose and passion can change, not only the people in them, but their communities and the entire planet for the greater good.

    I believe…love is the strongest and most powerful thing in all of The Universe; for which, ALL that I am, and ALL that I believe, is founded upon.

    December 28, 2011 at 9:59 pm
  • Allison Harnden
    Reply

    Hi Larry, I heard you speak at the AARP conference in Vegas a couple years ago. I bought your book and enjoy revisiting it. I love spending New Year’s eve in front of a fire with my journal, noticing where I have been and where I want to go in the coming year. I’m saving your quiz for this Saturday night.

    December 28, 2011 at 10:22 pm

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