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New Year Thinking…


Go for it now. The future is promised to no one.– Wayne Dyer

Is there a better time to create an income that supports the life you’d Love
to live?

Having the freedom to do, be and feel great… Giving time and attention to the people and things you care about most… That’s what we all want -right?!

Here’s what I know:

Your daydreams are where your most meaningful thoughts reside…There is always something or somebody who will interject a stumbling block/rock into your path…

Time is the same for everyone and devoting that daydream time (for example, 30 seconds) taking some action towards making that dream a reality  will reveal goals you’ve set to get you there (especially if you write them down – just saying…

Working hours for someone else will not result in real freedom of time, the necessary resources (money) and expertise to make your dreams come true…

What we think about and thank about we bring about -John Demartini

Resolutions made will inspire you and people will motivate you… but, a plan added to your daydream can attract the strategies and system needed to create the life you really want to live!

What would you rather be doing right now? Take time to really think about it… Dreams don’t work unless you do!

The fact that you have read this far indicates to me that you’re serious about your future, you’re serious about changing your situation, you’re looking for something different.
You’re looking for an opportunity…You know the path you’re on right now isn’t taking you where it is you want to be right?!
Here’s what you can do…do what I did. Register for the free LIVE webcast and see a simple 21st century skill that is changing lives on demand, giving people the freedom to build legacy, share their passion and live the lifestyle they choose!



What It Takes To Work On The Internet


Are you curious about what it takes to work on the internet?
Well, here’s what I know…
*Mindset, skills and tools are “mandatory” for endeavors of health
and wealth online & offline.
*Systems, relationships and mentors -are the “smart moves” of everybody regardless of the product or service that’s offered.
That’s it!
Note: everything you just read makes the web and the world go round…It’s just that simple!
Eventually the “mandatory” (tasks) and the “smart moves” you take, merge… The six actions become three…
1.tools/skills/system + 2.relationships/mentors + 3.mindset
forming your map complete with GPS.
It’s exciting and comes down to deciding committing and taking action.The three things you do everyday anyway.
The difference is you’re the boss…your office is open 24/7-365 and you work when and where you choose!
Whether you’re selling or sharing somebody needs what you offering.  How cool is that?!

Think about it…See the internet in your work future and take the next step!
After three years of going for it alone I’ve found a system that does 90% of the work and allows me to earn as I learn…A smart move for me!

Here’s what I know:
1.A laptop and internet connection give you the freedom to work anywhere…
2.A determined mindset keeps you marching with unwavering faith.
3.Skills emerge in the “Project Make It Happen experience” and success and freedom appear…you’re happier and you’ve done what you were born to do!
Stop by the Live online workshop for a sneak peak, you’ll be making a smart move.
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Wondering what #DDAM  is?  Distracted Driving Awareness Month.  Yes, it’s a national occurrence every April.  This month The National Safety Council (NSC) and other groups are urging us to stop using cell phones while driving.  Smart move if you ask me.  The statistics are real, and the stories support better behavior. The experts report that thousands of deaths each year happen because people continue to use their phones while driving.

  •  90% of all car crashes are caused by driver error (no surprise)
  • 26% of all car crashes involve cell phone use. ( not just texting)
  •  Drivers miss seeing up to 50% of whats around them when talking on any kind of cell phone (news to me)

Three smart decisions we all can make every time we drive:

  1. Focus on driving.
  2. Recognize that hands free is not risk free.
  3. Understand the dangers of cognitive distraction to the brain.

Make it a rule – drive cell phone free!  – Take the NSC pledge! Share the message with your followers and friends,  #DDAM in your post on Twitter and Facebook. We might save a life, including our own! 🙂




In The Know

photo credit: digitalart/FreeDigitalPhotos
photo credit: digitalart/FreeDigitalPhotos

I’ve been driving for a long time and I started late (around age 25 when I was forced to get a permit because my boyfriends stop chauffeuring me around). Back then, you were driving with fewer cars, less streets, less police, less weather. You just did it. Weather was the only factor in whether I’d drive or take public transportation. These days I drive, ride, reschedule or just miss the activity, I very seldom think about public transportation as an option. I do drive safer and smarter because now I have“experts”, tools and devices to assist me on my journey.
Every time I think about a driving trip, I immediately start with strategies that will make the task more enjoyable. Over the last year, I’ve found resources that really help. Here’s the short list:
1. Weather – Always look out the window to check weather conditions and visit  www.weather.com. Some days out the window and destination conditions are totally different.
2. Traffic – LIVE traffic at http://www.tomtom.com – knowing the hot spots before I start is always a big thumbs up.
3. Blind spot – My mirrors need to be adjusted every time I re-position my seat, I learned a new/better technique to reduce the blind spots at http://www.cartalk.com/content/avoiding-blind-spot-5
4. Parking –The  ParkMe app on my smartphone is a time saver. I use it when I know parking will be an issue. http://www.techlicious.com/tip/4-apps-that-will-save-you-time/
5. GPS – Gotta know before I go, route & travel time plus I love the click mount, talk and go features on the PNDs I sell at http://www.Sysmoe.com

Thank You “Experts”: Fox, & Dan & Fred & Jim!(My bloggers at CarTalk, Techlicious, and about.com). Like some folks say, it’s all in who you know! 🙂