I return to Dana’s transcript of a personal reading with Archangel Michael through Linda Dillon on May 6, 2016.
I see more passages that are rich in lessons.
Here he speaks on how to manage multiple large-scale projects … and still write.
Seldom does what Archangel Michael say apply only to me. Perhaps hear what follows as directed at all of us.
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Steve: Well, I finished my prepared questions but I always have questions on how to run this collection of organizations that I’m going to be seeing to without running myself into the ground, without shouting at people to do what I want them to do. How am I going to make this work, Lord, and still write?
AAM: Let us suggest to you – well, let me tell you – we, meaning you and I with the legions of help, are going to hire talented, capable, extraordinary, committed people.
It is not intended – and I cannot be strong enough in sharing this with thee – it is not intended that you become more of a workaholic.
Steve: I can imagine that. I don’t think I could.
AAM: No, and one of the reasons for this hiatus, this reconstitution, re-patterning, re-gridding, is the balancing out. It’s for you [developing] deep, divine respect for your life, for your body and for your life force.
You and we have chosen long ago that you are a writer and a communicator of truth. You are an emissary with your star brothers and sisters and that is first and foremost and that will not change.
So responsible management of projects, of money, of finance, etc., you place in the hands of those who are stellar at it.
So it is people, individuals, that have run large organizations, that have the leadership qualities, who know how to structure and manage millions and billions of dollars without blinking an eye. That is not your forte.
I do not intend it to become your forte and neither do you and neither does the Mother. So I will help you in the hiring process.
So what you are really doing is managing half a dozen people, who are tried and true and who come with the true vision of mission and purpose, who have the integrity and the collegiality, because it is not you having a staff.
It is about you and I having colleagues that are trusted and capable. Now does that mean that you simply give them free reign? Yes, it does. But there is the overarching stewardship. (1)
So what you pay attention to, and you’re very good at this, is reading the body language, reading the, what is said in between the lines, understanding by outcomes and by process what is being done.
So it is very much the big picture understanding rather than the day-to-day operation. So you are freed up. You are the custodian, the steward, not the manager.
This is about you trusting yourself, your intuition and your knowing. You know when someone is true.
Steve: Yes, I do.
AAM: And you know when they’re coming from a place of ego. There is a huge difference between someone who has confidence in their abilities and understanding of what needs to be done and an overview of what the vision is and someone who simply wants to be the head of a large foundation.
Steve: Well, looking at the hiring process, let me see if I’m correct in how I envision this. The first person to hire would be an accountant. The second person to hire would be a personnel agent. The third person would be an operations manager… How am I doing so far?
AAM: You have jumped the gun. The first person you hire is your CEO.
Steve: Do you think that X can do that?
AAM: She will have a lesser position.
Steve: What about Y, can he do that?
AAM: Maybe. He would need to step up.
Steve: I need someone who can hit the road running.
AAM: We are talking about someone who has very broad, substantial experience. So you are thinking about someone who is in the same league as someone who would run the Gates Foundation, for example.
Steve: Alright, and a light worker. They would have to understand this whole process [Ascension, Disclosure, Abundance, etc.].
AAM: Oh no, there is no room [otherwise]. So in tandem with that trusted advisor, you then hire your team. Because you cannot hand them the team and say, “You work with them.”
You want that person to be involved. In some ways that person is becoming your alter ego.
(1) See “AAM: The Overarching Principle of Post-Reval Financial Wayshowing is Stewardship,” http://goldenageofgaia.com/?p=276540