Quote to Contemplate
“A high level of activity doe not necessarily translate to a high level of commitment on your part.”
Are you creating a high level of activity and kidding yourself into believing it means you have that same level of commitment?
I’m home, yeah! Well, at least until 6:30 Monday morning.
Then I’m off to meet my event coordinator Audrey Hagen at a secret undisclosed location in Las Vegas to finalize a hotel selection for this year’s http://WomensBusinessEmpowermentSummit.com (you can still download last year’s calls until the new site goes up next week)
There’s all kinds of exciting news about this year’s event, but I’m not going to tell you anything until we have the hotel secured.
I’m working on the first trip for “Women, Wine, Wealth & Wisdom”. It’s going to be so much fun, I can’t wait.
When I came home this week I met my friend from Miami, Gayle Carson, for lunch at my favorite spot on the beach in Del Mar, Poseidon. It was sunny when I left my house up the coast and totally socked in with fog by the time I got down the road.
Anyway, I remembered my camera now that my version of WordPress has been updated and I can quickly and easily throw a photo up there all by myself any time I want. I like being able to do that instead of sending it to someone else to do.
Later that afternoon I took my Flip with me on my beach walk and made a short video for you. I hope you watched it. It’s posted on my blog if you haven’t seen it yet.
So watch for me to become a multi-media maven. Well, knowing how non-techie I am, that may be a bit of an overstatement.
Last night’s call was amazing, if I do say so myself. I got great emails from those of you who listened. Thank you for those. I would love it if you would follow me on twitter and tweet your happiness.
As with anything, the more you get out there and talk about it on social media like twitter or Facebook, the more people see it. The way the Universe works your comment could be seen by someone who is in need of hearing that exact message right now.
I remember a story Wayne Dyer told about a guy who was going to commit suicide and had his radio on and heard Wayne’s message and it was exactly
what he needed to hear to prevent him from taking his life.
Since then I’ve always been very aware of the impact of small things and I try to pass on information whenever I can. That’s one of the reasons I’m always telling you about other people’s books & programs I think you might benefit from.
Life happens, be ready for it.
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?”
Remember to join the conversation on my blog where you’ll also find each week’s ezine posted for your comments.
And click “Follow” that is displayed under my photo.
(That’s all there is to it.)