Movement Then Momentum

“The bigger goal of giving all parents more choices is one that will have to be discussed and undoubtedly roundly debated, but we are going to have to continue to build the case. The momentum is there on the state level in many states. That’s where the energy needs to be harnessed in a new way.” ~ Betsy DeVos

Your Next Move…

So often, we get stuck in whatever is happening.

For someone who is in mourning, it seems like feelings of depression, betrayal, abandonment, and just outright anger will last forever.

And they will if you let them.

Most of us suffer from prolonged exposure to the dark side when we lose a loved one. We become stuck, stranded, and moribund in grief.

We pray for a savior to come riding in on a big white stallion, or a fair maiden with a beautiful mustang to lasso us, and drag us out of our funk.

Dream on!

The truth is, you are your own source of energy… and have the power to get yourself moving.

If you can move, you can gain momentum.

If you can gain momentum, you can get up to speed.

And if you get up to speed, you can ride confidently into the sunset knowing that all is now well with your world.

The key is simply one word: MOVEMENT…

You have to move, then you must keep moving… in the right direction.

In math, the notion of acceleration is defined as the rate of change with respect to change.

To accelerate, you need to change, then change even faster.

In the Grieve With Grace system, we make this easy.

First, we give you 7 days of pure Gratitude…

Then 7 days to build powerful Resilience…

And another 7 days to fortify unstoppable Authenticity…

Add 7 days to unleash your inner-Creativity…

And we round it all out with a week teaching you to emphasize Empathy with all whom you come into contact with.

You will change… for the better.

This change results in more changes… even faster.

And in the end, you are not just moving, you have real momentum to start rebuilding your life on the wonderful archway of Grace.

In fact, it is Grace that energizes all that movement and momentum!

God Bless,
Eric Richard Haas


Grace Note: When stuck, do you usually panic and just throw your hands up… or do you respond with Gratitude, Resilience, Authenticity, Creativity, and Empathy? If not, maybe your should?


Written by HunrayOne

Eric Richard Haas lost his beautiful wife, Janice, to incurable cancer on January 9, 2022, after 30 wonderful years of marriage. Together they have 5 kids, 9 grandkids, and 8 great-grandkids. Eric (E.R) is the CEO of the TQ Smart family of companies, a serial entrepreneur x22 and author x27 (AKA The Invisible Billionaire) E. R. lives in Palm Springs, CA with his beautiful cat, Kissie



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