Make It Easy On The Universe

Denny Morales started his career at the young age of 16, becoming one of the youngest directors in television. Over the course of 14 years, he worked with ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, and Fox directing and technical directing, where he won his first Emmy technical directing. His attention within the television realm waned, and he desired for more bigger and better things, such as becoming a Hollywood producer and business owner. He would constantly be starting businesses on the side, and making short films on side when he wasn’t at his day job, such as working on the 3-time award winning Paul Cruz: Latin Actor as production coordinator and working on the Flipping Vegas reality show pilot, getting it picked up with just a shoot-to-edit reel.

At the age of 27 he went through his midlife crisis, losing everything he ever gained in his life, including his house, cars, and wife. In a struggle to make his life successful, he turned to spirituality. This guided him through his struggle, and showed him not to give up, and how the use of spirituality can give you anything you’ve ever wanted in life. When he was laid off from Fox in 2008, he took his chance on his dream full on. Living off of unemployment, he started his next business venture. At this time, he got involved in the world of teaching filmmaking and internet marketing. While struggling to make a successful company, he went into many business ventures, which brought him to working with multimillionaires such as J.T. Fox and Jordan Weirsz. After speaking onstage with J.T. Fox, he fell in love with teaching others. Through using tools that spirituality had presented, success had begun to come into his life and in business. He finally focused on being a producer and started his own production company. From there, he had been making connections in Hollywood, teaming up with Palladium Books to expand their media material, and had landed a deal with a person he always dreamed of working with, 7-times best selling author, Neale Donald Walsch. Denny is currently developing a feature film and focusing on running his production company, Watery Flame Productions.

 

We hope you enjoy this special video message for Inspirational Storytellers from Denny. Make It Easy On The Universe!!

 

 

 

Ask for Money

 

Many of us that work on the spiritual field find it very difficult to ask for money. The usual presumption is that money is the root of evil, that it changes people, and causes people to do bad things. Many wealthy people get bad looks when they drive around in their nice cars, or when they are dressed so debonair. Mostly because we think being rich is associated with being greedy and therefore a bad person. So sometimes we think that if we ask to get paid for our services that will make us money or even wealthy, it’s wrong because it will make us look greedy or like a bad person. Especially when we’re getting paid for something we love to do. We think, “Well I love to do it, I enjoy doing it, so why should I get paid?” And feel bad for getting paid for something that brings us joy.

 

Money2Time to seriously break that mindset. Not only is this service bringing you joy, it’s providing someone else with joy. Money is a tool, only a tool, that if used right, and in the right hands, can help many people, and launch many dreams. I’m not saying we need money, so allowing yourself to get caught up in thinking you can’t start until you make money is also a negative outlook. I like to think of money as an energy that runs through us when we have good intentions with it.

 

Think of those people in your life that you didn’t want around, you would gossip about them to other friends, and you just couldn’t stand being around them. Well if you think of money in this way, then why would money want to be around you? So, if you think of money as a good energy rather than bad one, when you ask for money, it just becomes an energy exchange, rather than something you are taking away from others.

 

Christmas-giftThink of Christmas when they say “giving is receiving”. We’ve all felt the great rush when we give someone a gift that they love. Or when you are at lunch with a friend and you say “I got it”, and spot the bill. Think of how good that feels. It’s a gift in itself. Did you ever think that if you let someone have the same opportunity to give you something, it is most rewarding for them? Most of us don’t realize that when we ask friends, family, clients, or whoever for money, we are “giving” them an opportunity to give. We are actually acting in an energy exchange. So when we don’t allow someone to pay for our services, we’re actually robbing them of the gift of giving. I understand money is a hard subject to bring up, but I like looking at it as an energy exchange. So, now you know that asking for money will be a lot easier, positive, and rewarding experience not only for you, but for the giver too.