Quote to Contemplate
And the day came when the risk it took to remain tight inside the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.
~ Anais Nin
Are you blossoming or still in pain?
I’m done giving the html template another try so I’m putting it out of my misery. I’m so focused on my move and the training calls for WBES and all the other interviews I’m doing that I’ve let getting a new template slide.
This week’s featured article was inspired by a movie I really wish I hadn’t watched, “No Country for Old Men”. Have you ever ordered a movie and then let it sit because you weren’t quite sure if you really wanted to see it?
Well, I let that one sit for what may have been about a month. I started out by just looking away and then graduated to leaving the room and then to fast forwarding. It was a little too much for me.
Anyway, besides the performances being excellent, what really stuck with me for days afterward was the coin toss. It happened twice. And I kept thinking about what it really said about those people and human nature, so that’s our
article for today. I hope it inspires you to click over to my log and post a comment.
I’m wondering if you’re as tired of reading this as I am of saying it, but I’m still getting ready for my move to Maui. I did some packing of the personal bookcases in my bedroom and packed my office supply closet, but until I know exactly when I’m leaving it’s hard to pack up too much more of my office.
Tuesday night I interviewed Fran Harris on how you can have a 6 or 7 figure speaking business without ever getting paid to speak for the training call series for Women’s Business Empowerment Summit and the call stopped recording while I was still doing the intro, so I’m checking to see if Fran is available to redo the call.
If you haven’t signed up for the calls yet, you’ll get the link to the call and the replays in your welcome email. Next week I’ll be interviewing Norma Hollis on finding your authentic voice and how that leads you to wealth.
The interview Rick Frishman from Planned TV Arts did with me last week is still available for replay. Call 507-726-3837 We talked about the summit and also how to discover your passion and create a blueprint for the life of your dreams. It turned out to be a conversation I haven’t had with anyone else, so I think you’ll find it interesting.
Last night I was interviewed by Carolyn Ellis, on “Your Dream Career.” I know divorce is an issue that some of you are facing as well, so I wanted to be sure you knew about this. So if you registered for that call last week, I’m sure Carolyn will be forwarding you the replay details.
On May 27th I’ll be interviewed by Selma Santos for her series, “Honoring and Loving our Children around the World” You can get information on that call at this site: http://instantteleseminar.com/?eventid=2962794
Remember to join the conversation on my blog where you’ll also find each week’s ezine posted for your comments.