Now that the New Year is upon us, it’s time for each of us to think about several key things: What did I accomplish last year? What didn’t I accomplish but wanted to? Why didn’t I get it done? What are my major goals for this year? What kind of time-line can I establish to … Read moreSet Your New Year Goals
I just returned from a wonderful week in Delray Beach, FL attending the AWAI Bootcamp for Copywriters. I learned so much, I felt like my head was going to explode. But one of the key things that was drilled into our heads over and over again was you must set a goal in order to … Read moreIf You Don’t Set A Goal, How Do You Know When You Get There?
One of the eLetters that I subscribe to is from “Simple Truths”. Today I received this short video entitled “Simple Truths of Service”. It’s a delightful illustration of how a single gesture of kindess can have a major impact on a business. I hope you’ll take the time to watch it. It’s only about 3 … Read moreSometimes It’s the Small Things That Have the Biggest Impact
“For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” ~Audrey Hepburn (British Actress & Humanitarian, 1929-1993) Audrey Hepburn is one of my favorite actresses, so I was excited when I found this quote. For me it … Read moreStrive for a positive attitude and speak only words of kindness.
For this week’s post, I’m going to reprint an email I received from Gary Ryan Blair, founder of the 100 Day Challenge for achieving your goals and dreams. He talks about the importance of trust in a relationship. He pretty well covers the whole story. It has some links in it if you are interested … Read moreTrust is what it’s all about…hard to earn…easy to lose!
With all of the blame that’s being thrown around in the political world right now, I felt the following quote was an appropriate one. “I believe that we are solely responsible for our choices, and we have to accept the consequences of every deed, word, and thought throughout our lifetime.” Elisabeth Kubler-Ross If only more … Read morePlacing Blame