In this episode of Beyond the 3D, Michael J. Russ and Glenn Brooks discuss how to generate an instant connection with a perfect stranger. Although the conversation is directed towards college students, this critical aspect of relational intelligence is something anyone can cultivate and master with awareness and intention. Listen and see how many of the key points you believe you have mastered. Go forth and build relationships with authenticity and do not be afraid to fail. There is no such thing as failure when it comes to engaging with the human species. If you think so, it is a thought virus you would do well to eliminate!
In this episode of Beyond the 3D, Michael J. Russ discusses how college students should be defining themselves through social media branding with Erica Bailey, CEO of CWG Digital.
In Smart College Career Moves, Michael's book and college/university keynote, he stresses the importance of cultivating a positive social media brand. Erica is a specialist in the area of social media and speaks to students about how to approach social media, what to and not to do, and the importance of crafting social media posts with the future in mind.
Posts are out there forever, says Michael, so craft them with intention and purpose, so they portray the best side of you.
The 3D world is the world dominated by drama, fear, scarcity, worry, anxiety, and stress. If you desire to be, do, and have more in your life, you must elevate yourself above the fray of the 3D world. You can do this by recognizing that YOU are the one who designs your life experience through your perceptions, inner conversations, beliefs, intentions, and actions.
In this initial episode, Michael J. Russ and Glenn Brooks (UnscriptedPower.com) discuss the concept of Beyond the 3D. In future episodes, they will discuss the various aspects of the world of the 3D and posit how you can rise above it to experience less adversity, more abundance, greater happiness, more intense relationships, and intimacy.
Join us in our journey beyond a world dominated by negativity and scarcity.