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My new “Advisors”

After going through the books I already have and knowing which ones I wanted to add to my library, I have selected the following for the focus of my training.

Finance – Women & Money by Suze Orman

Health/Nutrition – Suzanne Somers’ Fast & Easy: Lose Weight the Somersize Way with Quick, Delicious Meals for the Entire Family!

Career Building – The Bootstrapper’s Bible: How to Start and Build a Business With a Great Idea and (Almost) No Money by Seth Godin

Spiritual – The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

Relational – Everyone Communicates Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

Rounding out my working book bag are:

One Year to An Organized Life by Regina Leeds

Crush It! by Gary Vaynerchuck

Problogger by Rowse and Garrett

The Message//Remix:Solo devotional guide

I’m also continuing my Precepts teaching and looking at adding a new class starting with Genesis for the fourth round!

Following the leader

For the past few years I have been in search of a leader. You know, the kind with integrity, vision, character and interest in developing others. So far I’m coming up blank. Don’t get me wrong there are hundreds if not thousands of books on building your dream life, improving your health, controlling your finances, creating your personal brand and having a richer life in all aspects. I’ve read more than I would like to admit to and followed the advice of, well to be honest, none really. So in lieu of a real life person in my life right now I’ve decided to pick some of the many books on my current reading list and see what happens if I really do what they say the way they say to do it. Kind of like the Julie/Julia project but with more subjects than just cooking. In an effort to be a well rounded person I’m looking at the following areas: Finance
Personal career building
Spiritual discipline
Relationship development

So as I clean up my office tonight I will be selecting books for each area and reporting back on my assignments and progress.

In The Beginning….

Such a great opening. In three quick words you know exactly where you are. Knowing where you are is highly under emphasized. Over publicized but under emphasized. Thanks to Four Square and Hoot and Whrrl! the location of your cell phone is quickly shared with friends and followers but knowing where you are is a whole different matter.

Are you at the beginning? Can you feel the excitement building as the adventure is about to take off? Do you find yourself somewhere in the middle of your story wondering how you got there and who the strange cast of characters surrounding you are? Has a chapter come to a close with the words “they lived happily ever after”? or has it left loose ends to be addressed in the chapter to follow?

In the past week I wrapped up a very successful year long project bringing women from around the country together for a conference. A definite sense of completion and ending accompany putting the binder full of documents and memories on the shelf. On the other hand I find myself firmly in the middle of my story. As I face yet another birthday coming far to fast and too frequently lately, there is no illusion that there are more years ahead than behind me. I just don’t see 97 candles on my cake one day. But it is also very evident that I’m not done yet. Hence the new blog site and learning yet another piece of technology that I never dreamed of. A quick thank you to those who did dream of it, pursued it and now make it user friendly for countless writers and readers.

A very wise man taught me three key questions: Where are you going? How will you get there? How will you know you are there?

I don’t have an answer to any of the three but I know where I am at the moment.

In the beginning…

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