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Have you ever been pulled over for speeding in your car and received a ticket? That feeling of seeing the police car lights flash in the rearview mirror would bring tears to my eyes and make my heart race.  Most every time that’s happened, I’d later reflect on the situation and ask myself why I didn’t “remember to remember” that speeding or breaking the law would be expensive and cost me more time and frustration than I wanted.


I believe that Spiritual Laws should be treated the same way.  When we remember to operate within them to realize a benefit, we live a great life.  When we don’t, it’s costly and painful.

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I hope that 2018 is off to a great start for you and that you are receiving great insights to take more steps toward your goals.  One of my recent goals was to release a new book in 2018 that addresses some common limitations that people have when trying to achieve bigger or different goals than they’ve ever had before. My new book is titled The Gratitude Formula; A 7-step success system to create the life that you love  and it is scheduled to be released in mid-March.


I decided to write this book after spending the last 5 years traveling the world teaching goal attainment systems to corporations and thousands of people.  What I learned is that many people feel that big success is unattainable and that there’s a secret that others know that they don’t.  I want you to know – that’s a lie.


Success is a system, not a secret. The same system applies no matter the size of the goal.

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As 2017 comes to a close, I want to let you know how much I appreciate you and the light that you are in the world. I’m grateful that you choose to share your talents and gifts in remarkable ways. I hope that the Holiday Season has been delightful for you, your family, and friends. And, I pray that you will experience a healthy, happy, and prosperous 2018.


In December each year, the topic of New Year Resolutions pops up in my community. Do you create resolutions and goals for each new year? Did you realize all of your intentions for last year? I hope so.


The custom of setting New Year’s resolutions began with the Babylonians some 4000 years ago and it was celebrated in March. Later, the Romans adopted the tradition and moved the celebration to January, honoring the god Janus. They made resolutions with a moral flavor: mostly to be good to others.


I think that resolutions that include being good to others is a great intention for me. How about for you?

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Be Grateful for the Gift of Freedom

As I was sitting in an airport on Veteran’s Day, I couldn’t help but think about the topic of Freedom.  I am sincerely grateful for the people that formed this country and risked their lives for me to have the freedom that I experience today. Thank you to all of the veterans, military personnel, and families that support them. I’m especially grateful for those that have given their lives for our freedom. Without your sacrifice, my success could not have been possible.


As I contemplate the meaning of freedom for me, I can’t help but think of my experience in life and encourage you to reflect on what freedom means to you. I recognize that my idea of freedom may be different than another’s, and that there are different kinds of freedom: personal freedom, political freedom, and religious freedom to name a few. I understand that the formation of our country was not perfect by any means, and that there was a tremendous amount of inequality and injustice for many. However, I’m happy that we continually learn from our past and have the freedom to change our future to include a more just and equal society. As the French playwright, Albert Camus, said, “Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.”

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Add More Adventure to Your Life!

When I was in college, a friend of mine had parents that my other friends and I thought were amazing! They hosted the biggest annual parties, they owned a successful multimillion dollar food manufacturing business that is still in the family today, and they often traveled internationally to exotic places. When I got a chance to visit with them, they would share the importance of treating every experience in life as an adventure. When I asked why, they replied, “When you’re on an adventure, you will always have a better time.”


I looked up the definition of adventure; “an exciting or remarkable experience.” My friend’s parents were continuously expecting to enjoy an exciting or remarkable experience in all that they chose to do – and they did! The stories that they shared included meeting famous people without prior planning, being invited to attend VIP events unexpectedly, and having unique opportunities to experience things that were truly remarkable. As they expected to enjoy exciting and remarkable experiences, they did.

When I think of Labor Day, I remember as a young girl that it was the end of summer, the end of my carefree life. The beginning of work as a full-time student for another year was about to begin. When I asked friends about their plans for Labor Day, they shared a schedule filled with weekend parties, cookouts, and festivals. A great time to relax and enjoy a day off.


My friends and I couldn’t recall the origin of the Labor Day Holiday, only that it had something to do with workers’ rights.  How about you? Do you know how Labor Day became a national holiday? I decided to look it up and learned that there were two key events that happened leading up to the creation of the Labor Day holiday.

If you were convinced that you could never make a mistake, what would you do? I’ve asked that question to dozens of people and they responded with descriptions of risk taking in business, relationships, adventure, and finances. It’s the fear of making a mistake that keeps people from taking these kinds of risks. Their goal is to avoid failure and disappointment.


It’s my belief that there are no mistakes.  There are only learning experiences.


Singer and songwriter, Dale Turner said;” Some of the best lessons we ever learn are learned from past mistakes. The error of the past is the wisdom and success of the future.” When you feel that you’ve made a mistake, remember that there is something that you can learn from the experience to help you in the future.

In one of my recent workshops, I had the pleasure to meet an attendee who shared a story about her past that brought me to tears.  By no fault of her own, she was a victim of a terrible act.  She told me this story because I had talked about how forgiveness benefits the forgiver and I went on to point out that as we remain diligent in our daily practice, we can transform the appearance of past events into something that we see as useful or helpful in creating the great life that we want in our future.  She didn’t see that as a possibility and asked me how to do that.


First, forgiveness does not condone anyone or any situation from your past that has been hurtful and unjust.  Forgiveness is for your benefit; to make room within you to receive more of the good things that you’d like for your life. As Desmond Tutu said “Forgiveness says you are given a chance to make a new beginning.”

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