Let's Change Things and Make 2011 Awesome!

I want to share a bunch of positive stuff with you, and encourage you to move forward into 2011 and become an even better version of you than you are at the moment. I want to share the wisdom of three people with you. These people are linked. 

I have a friend. If you subscribe to my newsletter, you'll already know about her. Diane Hochman is building an amazing business community, of which I am a member, and I want to introduce you to her in the context of this blog, so you can see why it makes sense to listen to her.

You know I am inspired by Tony Robbins, as I've posted about him here before. He follows me on Twitter, I've met him, and I walked on hot coals with him. One of the most amazing experiences I've had. Well... Tony Robbins had a mentor: Jim Rohn. Another person to whom Jim Rohn was a mentor was... Diane Hochman. You see why I'd be interested to listen to her?

The point is though than none of these people started out as giants. They grew that way by taking consistent action. You could do exactly the same thing, in your own way. Whether you choose to be a victim of the economy or decide to Keep Calm and Kick Arse is TOTALLY down to you. What are you going to decide to do?

Diane Hochman and Jim Rohn

Find out about how Diane went from a washed out version of who she COULD be, into the 3 dimensional powerhouse she is today, and how you could work with her if you're inspired to do so.


(Clicking the link will cost nothing, I'll earn nothing from it, but you could gain so much. Let's kick some arse!)


Ready for Christmas?

How's every little thing? 

Ready for Crimble? Got your lights up yet? We put up our Christmas tree today and I filmed the process time-lapse stylee. Hubby has forbidden the uploading of this to the web, or I'd share it with you. The funniest thing ever. 

The thing I noticed when I played it back, however, was how organised it all looked. We were squabbling about what should go where all the way through, but when you saw it speeded up, it looked planned. It reminded me of what you see with an ant colony. We assume insects that work in groups are very organised, but maybe they all squabble as much as we do. The overall pattern that emerges is what matters.

I want to share this video with you, because it shows how amazingly well people can work as a team, when we just stop over-thinking every last thing. Enjoy it.

How could you use this in your business? What about over the festive period? People get in such a state about how to make Christmas work every year, and yet... somehow... every year a turkey makes it to a table, people open presents, someone has too much egg noggy goodness, or chocolate, or rum. It happens every year. What if you just assumed you could all work together and make it work this year. It's not like you don't have YEARS of experience, is it? Why not just chill out this year, and let the chips (and mince pies) fall where they may? 

If you need some festive funds, I may be able to help:

Let me know how you get on, and please leave a comment below. I love it when you leave your thoughts. :)