Michael Danklefs Patience

Trails of the Past

This life has had plenty of ups for me, and some downs.  I have made some really good decisions, and some very poor ones.  I have learned a little something from most of them, and learned quite a lot from a few of them.  The biggest mistakes end up being some of my best lessons.  I cannot say I am proud of all of my choices, and I also know that I would not be where I am without those choices in my past.  When I haven’t trusted my gut, it has led me to those really hard lessons in life; legal, love, professional, parenting, health, and they all have meaning, and all have made a life-long impact on me and the people I care about.

My Present Path

All of those choices, the good, the bad, the extremely and unfortunately ugly, have put me on a path to serve others. These are the lessons I teach from, so that others can learn from the hard lessons I did, without the collateral damage that comes along with doing it the hard way.

With my experience as a programmer, it was about finding a solution with the tools that are at hand, or learning another tool to accomplish the goals laid out in front of me.  For a long time those tools for me were logic and intellect and now it is transitioning into intuition and compassion.  I feel the world needs a balance and trust of both.

Lifebook

The LifeBook process has helped me to really define what my life is about, where I am going, and how I am going to get there

Check out Lifebook

Mindvalley

Mindvalley is an online educational platform for the personal development tools and community to support you in expansive growth.

What can you learn about?

Mentor Discover Inspire

Being part of a men’s team was transformational and helped me discover who the man is I was meant to be and lit a fire in me to become that.

Practice leadership

Michael Danklefs Arethusa Falls

Trail for the Future

I still love to serve in a way that has technology involved.  The wheel and fire are also technology, as is meditation, visualization, and 4DX.  Exploring and recognizing which tools are right for the situation is what I have a knack for.  I enjoy serving others to find the right technology for the present goals.  Having a hammer is a great tool, but knowing where to tap is priceless.

close

EMAIL TRAIL REPORTS

Want to get new ideas from our adventures?

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.