Dear readers, thank you for organizing your days around the opportunity to read these five blogs.
Dear passion, thank you for the desire to write them everyday.
Dear son, thank you for your bravery to live an honest life.
Dear Cheryl, the best is yet to come.
PS. Greetings from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
If you have read all five Mid Life Celebration posts today, thank you.
If this is the only post of the five you read, thank you.
In everything give thanks.
Dear readers who ‘get it’, this one’s for you…(from Saturday night’s camp)
Motivation is like a fire, we must continue to add fuel to it, or the fire goes out.
Period. End of story.
It’s one of the most important lessons we learn, and then teach.
Thank you! Very simply, I’m deeply humbled by your visits.
Not sure exactly. Wasn’t prepared for the 50% website traffic increase in the past three weeks.
When a business is achieving double-digit growth, especially in a highly competitive market, and in today’s brutal economy, to spike like this in such a short period feels surreal.
“Hearing something 100 times is not as good as seeing it once”. — Japanese proverb
“It’s not the material things in life that are important”. Most of us have heard this so many times we’ve lost track, right?
If we know this to be true, that material things aren’t the important thing, why do we work so hard to get so much stuff? That’s what I want to know.
I’d like to take a risk and ask you readers to leave a comment with your take on this human dilemma. Happy Halloween.