Quote to Contemplate
“Stepping into your true personal power also means taking personal responsibility for the life you’ve created. ”
Do you take responsibility for your whole life or only the good stuff?
Our final Blueprints for Life preview teleseminar is tonight. I want to make sure all of your questions are answered on how to discover who your really are, why you’re here and how to create a blueprint for your life to make it all a reality for you right now.
So as you register for the calls, don’t forget to use the link to ask me your question. I will answer it!
Speaking of that, if you haven’t registered to listen to the 3 Blueprints for Life teleseminars on replay go to:
I’m in Scottsdale this week and tomorrow I’ll be on Maui for a while. The weather has been so good at my beach house in San Diego and here in Scottsdale that it won’t be much of a difference on Maui. I’ve loved this mild winter weather we’ve been having on the west coast.
Barack Obama continues to amaze me. The latest example is hearing a president admit he made a mistake, not weeks or months or years later, but immediately following a situation. I was so surprised when I sat down to watch Larry King and heard him say “I made a mistake”, I almost fell over. Honesty is so refreshing and taking personal responsibility is so liberating.
Are you doing that in your own life? I certainly hope you have a plan for your life. If you would like help creating your blueprint, make a plan now to create your Blueprint for Life with me in San Diego Feb. 20-22nd.
Speaking of personal responsibility, today’s article come out of a question on an article I did about Tiger Woods.
Life happens, be ready for it. Click on the link below and get started creating a vision for your life, a plan for your future, your Blueprint for Life.
Set your goals high enough that they require you to stretch your comfort zone and you’ll be amazed what you can achieve. Ask yourself, “What’s the one thing I can change this year to create the life of my dreams?”
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