The first three people you meet make a difference

An approaching storm packing 70-mph gusts quickly made the venue deserted…


Track and field venues

The first three people you meet make a difference:

  1. Meet Director, Mark Jones, personally ensured packet pickup
  2. Pat Dunigan, Dentist and M56 1500 runner, graciously offered to share dorm room
  3. Randy Sturgeon, National Masters News publisher, assured we wouldn’t be disqualified for missing our Declaration to race

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Insight: Good karma attracts good karma

Book Publishing Checklist Link

Roger Parker, from Published and Profitable, has been a cyber-mentor for several years now.  He doesn’t even know this.

Not because I’m trying to hide the fact.  Simply because I’m busy. Roger’s busy.  Busy makes us do strange things.  Like forget to tell people how much we appreciate what they’ve done for us.

But that’s what makes the Internet so cool.  You can have a positive influence on others, whether you meet them or not.

Click here to see, read and or print his PDF file.  It’s a great place to start to give you an idea of what you should consider if you ever want to publish your first book.

Tomorrow though, be prepared for the shock of your life.

And while it really applies to anything that’s important to you, tomorrow’s post will be particularly revealing if you have very important things you want to do in your life, but have been putting off.  Carpe diem.