An Encourager-in-Chief

The  Life Force Marketing book is finally in print and a copy in my hands! In just 10 more days a package of 100 or so of these "masterpieces" will arrive on my front stoop.  The UPS guy won't know what hit him if I happen to be watching when he shows up with this long-awaited package !! One of the reasons I wrote this book is that I have always loved…

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Proof is on the Way: Perseverance

Finally, after almost 90 dizzying days of working digitally with the formatting, the cover design, and getting it all to work in the mechanized bowels of Amazon's printing arm, CreateSpace, I will be receiving my very first PRINTED PROOF of my upcoming book in 2 more days!  Just when I was beginning to wonder if my manuscript would ever leap from the computer screen onto actual paper, something shifted. I'm thrilled to say that the Proof is on the Way. I'm telling you all of this, not because I imagine you're particularly fascinated by the self-publishing process, but because I want to illustrate with my own personal example that moving in the direction of something new, something really worthy, will always result in obstacles to overcome and the need to re-commit, over and over. 

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Thank You

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Chinese Bamboo

Mary Morrissey, Founder Life Mastery Institute   Mentor Gratitude quote #1, from Mary Morrissey:  Do you know how Chinese bamboo grows? Chinese bamboo is a fragile plant. If you plant Chinese bamboo, and take really good care of it, it requires a certain pH in the soil, certain sunlight, certain amounts of water.   And if you take really good care of that plant the first year, it grows maybe 2 inches…

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