I still remember the first time I tied my little brother to a chair, with my magic truth lasso. I can feel the swoosh of my cape as I turned (quite dramatically) to dive into the safety ofbuy cheap generic propeciaonder-woman7.jpg”> my invisible jet. Wonder Woman rocked! AND, she had fabulous hair and makeup! Oh, hours were spent in my pursuit of SuperHero status – jump moves, spin moves, laser eye beams. I wanted ALL of the superhero powers, AND a kick-a$$ costume. That was a very long time ago. I haven’t thought of the faux menacing look in my brother’s eyes in years…until last week…
What happened to bring back the sweet memories of the crime-stopping prowess of a bustier outfitted Super Princess? I got an email…not just any email…I got an email from Jim Kwik of Kwik Learning, inviting me to attend the upcoming Super Hero You event.
buy viagra onlineght=”259″ />As many of you know, I have been a Facebook girl for a long time now. It may be hard to catch a live call with me, or to get me to listen to my voicemail messages, but no one really worries unless I fail to update my Facebook page. When I stop doing that, my phone starts to display text messages reading “Are you alive?” When I fail to post a morning funny(see sample on the right), I get the angry “Hey, I’ve got a cup of coffee in hand and no smile.” Now, years ago, I was a blogger. I hate to admit this, but I believe I created my blog with Microsoft Frontpage and a Dummies Guide. Yes, I am that old.
And then came Facebook…which today, is my central hub for both business and personal stuff. You see everyone on my page – info marketing leaders and my uncle in St. Louis. I could separate them, but why? The clients like to see that the high-heeled professional, actually writes in pigtails and geeky glasses. So, I am leaving it alone.
I just happened to be wandering through Twitter tonight, and caught some wise words from some of my favorite seminar friends that I wanted to share. I hope they’ll make you smile and think!
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et_img” src=”http://a2.twimg.com/profile_images/90485568/DSC_0002RZ_normal.JPG” alt=”Doug Bench” width=”48″ height=”48″ align=”left” />Doug Bench – @DougBench
Teach a man to fish and he will feed himself all his life. Teach him how his brain works, and he won’t have to eat fish all the time
Doug is such a great mind! You absolutely want to catch him speak, and share his powerful message of brain-power! His Mind Your Brain project was a pleasure to work on. And, one that continues it’s effect on us long past it having been written.
Anil Gupta – @GuptaGuru
The treasure is always within easy reach – you have to open your eyes and heart
Anil has one of the biggest hearts I’ve ever seen. Thank you for this touching thought to treasure. I have met few people who are as sincerely nice as this man. And, his wife is so much fun. In person, or on Twitter, he reminds me to focus on the good in life, and to live with passion.
Spike Humer – @spikehumer
“I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed, but I am bound to live by the light… http://t.co/lmNGtXmq
Spike, I’m always impressed with your leadership ideas and powerful messages. I do miss that booming voice of yours….let’s not even get started on the smooth dance moves you have.
Making a Difference
One thing that I find really inspiring about my friends in the seminar industry, is how important it is to focus on making a difference in people’s lives. Do you want to wake up every day and just cash a paycheck? Don’t you think there’s so much more that could shape your life and let you help the people you love and live for? Here’s some thoughts that I found that I find very inspiring…
Dave Vanhoose – @DaveVanhoose1
“It’s easy to make a buck. It’s a lot tougher to make a difference.”
Making a difference is job number one! Thanks for that inspirational quote, Mr. Vanhoose! Remember people – your business should SOLVE a problem…not create one for you or anyone else. It’s hard to say NO to a check, but sometimes it is the right thing to do.
Doug Ottersberg – @dougottersberg
I’ve been buoyed by the thought that more people should be able to say “I now work to make a difference instead of a living”
Doug, I absolutely agree with you, and I think Dave Vanhoose does as well. Making a difference in people’s lives by doing inspiring things with integrity is so critical. And it definitely keeps me thinking about this…
Rashida Jolley – @rashidajolley
God is soooooooo good!!!!
Amen, sista! Amen. Thanks for the short & sweet reminder.
Hope everyone has a fabulous day and does fabulous things!