Don't Stop Short of The Final HurdleWritten by Wendy Hearn
Have you been working towards something you want to achieve and do you feel at times like giving up? Do you wonder if it will ever happen? Perhaps you feel frustrated or fed up and this can stop you in your tracks. To achieve what you want in life and business, you need to be willing to give it one more go. To take one more step forward. It's a necessary skill to learn. Many people stop short of fulfilling their dreams and achieving what they want, but next step you take may bring desired result.
Learn to focus on taking next step at all times. You need to be aware of big picture so you know you're heading in right direction. However, when you think
Spend Your Passionate RichesWritten by Julie Jordan Scott
At an early point in my life, my father called me Sarah Bernhardt. Miss Bernhardt was premier actress of her day. She was especially well known for her overemotional histrionics. Each Sunday morning I put on an incredible show. My Mother would go to church and leave me home with Dad. I would howl and cry and throw myself on floor in horror and as soon as she was out driveway? I moved on to something else. In rapid speed I went from crying, lamenting and wailing to smiling, laughing and exploring world without Mom. I imagine church was one time my mother got away without one or more kids in tow. She gave birth to first five of us (I was number 4) in seven years. I can now imagine Mom reveling in leaving house each Sunday morning. And I can imagine myself, giving it my all to either bring her back or coax her into taking me along. When my daughter Katherine was in crawling stage, Dad was witness to a very familiar scene. Kathie did as I had done thirty years earlier. It was then that he told me my Sarah Bernhardt tale. He laughed to see I gave birth to a natural performer as well. Sarah Bernhardt said, "Life gets life. Energy creates energy. It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich." Even before I could speak I was practicing becoming passionately rich. Even before Katherine could speak she was practicing becoming passionately rich. Society's usual timeline is this: sometime between crawling and junior high school, we forget how to naturally spend ourselves. Instead, we adapt to spend ourselves in what we decide is a more acceptable way. In a way that we believe we will thrive. In a way that we will be accepted and nurtured and loved, even if we have to wear a mask to receive love. As we live, we have opportunity to return to our practice of passionate richness.