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Monday, July 18th, 2016

Just follow ‘the recipe’

Posted by Ann-Maree M

‘The Recipe’ has been featuring throughout my year and while this isn’t about cooking, it’s the metaphor I chose back in February when I was doing a presentation to a talented group of creatives.
At the time I was creating a context about delivering a consistent service to delight the customer, yet protect the experience to be personal and authentic.Untitled-1

THAT’S MY WORLD
I’m part of the professional salon industry and the ongoing challenge is to inspire a group of up and coming stylists to develop their communication skills to surprise and delight the person paying for the service. It’s a perpetual ‘work in progress’ and as some people progress in leaps and bounds, others take their time or hang back, then there’s the new people joining the team.

DEFINING MOMENT
Have you experienced that defining moment when the thing you’ve been working on with others comes the full circle and meets you to deliver the same lesson? That’s me. I now feel like the fielder in baseball preparing with the gloved hand out stretched, to catch the ball coming from some great height. I got it!!

MIND YOUR LANGUAGE
You see, I created word tracks to help the young stylists have a conversation with their clients, who more often than not, are older. We know how powerful language is, impacting on the way another person responds to us. And as we experiment, we come to appreciate the tone, the pitch, the body language that creates the energy – the vibration that we know and value as posture. It’s very rewarding to see these young guys grow through their awkward stage to pop out the other side, like that’s all they know.

THE RECIPE
Over the weekend I received a gem into my emails with a link to a podcast about the ‘Secrets of Self Made Millionaires’. I listened to it twice over to focus on the message before I started taking notes. Early up was the reference made to ‘The Recipe’ which clicked with me through that word association.
That’s right – we ask a successful person how they created what they did, they tell us and we nod, write notes, get excited and then get into action. Or so we think. What can follow is frustration, becoming disheartened, procrastination, or throwing in the towel, never realizing that we’re just not following The Recipe.

The chef creating the amazing dish isn’t throwing in a bit of ‘this and that’ to deliver to us their signature dish. They’re exact just as my guys are when they’re mixing a colour to match the last one you loved.

WAKE UP
My light bulb moment this week is this – I have been an expert at not following ‘The Recipe’ myself in aspects of my life. While I’m clear on what I want, I have taken shortcuts and then missed the precious gems hidden within. The sweetness in all of this is becoming aware, uncovering what was there all along. And indeed it sparkles brilliantly know that I’m ready to see it.

TURNING POINT
Shane and Rachel Krider self- made millionaires continue to deliver the Prosperity of Life Recipe. While the offering of products grows, ‘The Recipe’ to create success remains the same – ‘just follow the system’. It’s a simple approach yet easily complicated when the ingredients and the method are tampered with.

‘The Recipe’ underpins every aspect on what’s on offer with this extraordinary business. Starting with the 17 Day Personal Prosperity System through to the Master of Destinies Program and then the Live Events, each are building the foundations for success. The business systems are world class with training and support to shine the light on the path to being successful ourselves. The rest is up to each of us.

Since my return from Influence Live, I’ve had a breakthrough. To cut the excuses, surrender the nonsense and to be the person who follows what I have come to appreciate as – The Recipe.

Taking that second look, I’ve exposed gems previously overlooked and one by one, I’m collecting a bag of jewels. I’m leading and following, learning and teaching and then doing it all again and again.
As Shane Krider says – choose A to B – the direct path – that’s ‘The Recipe’.

Monday, July 11th, 2016

WHAT GRATITUDE MEANS TO ME

Posted by Ann-Maree M

For some time now, I’ve been a fan of keeping a gratitude journal. I’ve been thinking back to when it began and it was around six years ago and marked a major change in direction for me and one that I will treasure forever. blog2

You see at the time I decided to quit my high flying corporate J.O.B and move to the beach. That’s right to move out of the city I loved, to move north to my beachside haven reserved for holidays. Funnily enough this move had been on my bucket list for a while – won’t share how long – as I had a lot of stuff to do between when I decided and when I moved on the decision.

There were other things I chose to make my priority over moving immediately to an idyllic location and that’s what I did. I have no regrets and a whole lot of gratitude for following my heart. Good things came and continue today and I consider myself blessed.

ELECTRIC BLUE

My first gratitude journal was an exercise book that I covered in metallic blue wrapping paper.  Looking back, I have no recollection of where the paper came from and funnily enough it takes me back to the days when we covered our exercise books ready for the new school year…do kids still do that?

STOP START
I got into writing daily for close to a year and then I stopped. Looking back, I know it was because I was making it tricky. Tricky because I was looking for too much to write about, dismissing things instead searching like a miner searching for a gem. No that one’s not big enough and so on.

WHATS UP
There must be something wrong with me. The introduction to journaling was to write ten things each day. I found it challenging and it’s funny for me to look back at what I wrote. Do any of you remember being in class and the teacher says write that out 100 times! Well that’s where I got to, ‘on repeat’. I was going through the motions, mechanical at best. This isn’t it and I stopped.

STARTING OVER
I took a break and started over about two journals ago, almost 2 years. The catalyst for journaling again was when I was introduced to the Master of Destinies program. I printed the online MOD books, bound them and wrote to my heart’s content. This was my turning point and today I write in my gratitude journal every day. Expressing gratitude is part of the ‘Six Daily Activities for Success’ within the Prosperity of Life community. So today I write three things that I’m grateful for at the end of each day. Sometimes I’m compelled to write more just because and if it’s one liner, then that’s great too.
Everything is in balance and perfect, as is.

BEFORE I SLEEP
Keeping a Gratitude Journal has become my evening, ‘before I sleep’ ritual. I love the practice as I snuggle into my bed that I love, to reflect on the day and the things that touched me before lights out. And when I travel more often my journal comes too or I make a note in my phone and then pop it in on my return.
Regardless it’s my ritual.

GET HAPPY
Research suggests that writing in a Gratitude Journal for just a few minutes per day can increase happiness and our overall wellbeing. Happiness brings out the best in us, improving our health, increasing our desire to exercise more, releasing more of those happy endorphins – yes please!
The practice of gratitude is a simple daily activity and a wonderfully rich cycle to be part of.

VALUED AND LOVED
Gratitude improves relationships both personal and professional, because people who are considerate and kind are, understandably more likeable. Those who express their thanks and appreciation for others have better relationships because everyone feels valued and loved.
Who doesn’t love the sound of that!

NO RULES
If you haven’t given journaling a go, then writing in a gratitude journal is a great place to start. Keep it simple, adopting the no rules approach, allowing yourself to express as your authentic self. It’s your gratitude and that’s what matters. If you’ve been thinking about starting, then I dare you to make the move.
I’m hooked!

Monday, July 4th, 2016

Our words are our life

Posted by Anne-Maree M

Have you ever wondered what life would be like without the words? If you’ve lost your voice for a time you could relate, otherwise it’s just a consideration.
This thought has just flashed through my mind as I was flying…maybe it’s the altitude!pic1

I DON’T SPEAK SPANISH
One of the activities we do at the Influence Live events, is to take to the streets to do ‘random acts of kindness & angelic deeds’. This trip it was the colorful streets of Vigo, Spain. The locals spoke little if any English, we had no knowledge of Spanish and yet we communicated with ease through giving and receiving. There was no conflict, instead who could do more…us for them or them for us. It was a rich and rewarding experience we’ll treasure for years to come.

WHO SAYS THAT
From a magical moment with a complete stranger to being with ourselves day in – day out, have you ever paused to listen to the conversation you’re having with yourself?
From what’s on your mind that’s spoken out loud or in private, it’s no surprise how we become what we’re thinking about.
Here’s a few that come to mind…
–    I’m no good at this
–    Business is always quite in June
–    I haven’t been successful yet
–    I always get a cold at this time of year
–    I’m hanging in there

WORDS HAVE LIFE
Whether we realize it or not, we are the by-product of what we tell ourselves, feeding our mind, just as we become what we put into our bodies.
When things are going our way we’re patting ourselves on the back with how amazing we are and then just as fast, the tide turns and we’re the worst person on the planet.
This messes with the vision we have for ourselves, bringing about opposing forces, never getting ahead.
”You mean all that stuff I say to myself carries that much weight? I didn’t mean it like that.”
With two conversations running – the one I’m having with you and the other I’m having with myself, these conversations shape who we are being.
DARE YOU
Shane Krider speaks about the roles we play in our lives – from who we are being as ourselves, family, society, business and finance. I started with the role that holds my attention daily and wrote a narrative on that one. It didn’t take me long to see how I had in fact turned this into a ‘thing’ giving it life and not deserved. I laughed when I got to the end of what I wrote and ‘the thing’ is gone and I feel light about it now.

Here’s a few ideas on roles to get to started if you’re coming up short. Are any of these familiar? I can definitely relate to each one and a few more I’m sure.
–    STRUGGLER – Why does everything have to be so hard
–    PLEASER – No one appreciates what I do
–    HARD DONE BY – I’m over this
–    KNOW IT ALL – I’ve heard this before
–    VICTIM – Why is this always happening to me
–    MARTYR – I gave up so much for you

ENOUGH I SAY
When we uncover a role, checking in as to how has this role served us, is first up. Is it a current role or one being dragged from the past like an old suitcase that’s seen its day some time ago.
Consider this as a ‘random act of kindness’ for ourselves.

MY NEW STORY
It’s not about dredging up details from my past, it’s about what we tell ourselves everyday starting right now.

My journey here with the daily practice of Personal Development through Master of Destinies and the Alchemy program, combined with attending the live events – the most recent Influence Live are continual game changers for me.
Becoming conscious, waking up, I’m continually removing the perceived blocks, to live the life I dream of.

Friday, July 1st, 2016

Be Do Have

Posted by Chrissy G
 
When I first started my Personal Development journey here 7 years ago with Prosperity of Life and our Master of Destinies curriculum I was introduced to the principal  Be Do Have.
 
This is a description from Shane Krider on the Born to Prosper Site about the Be Do Have principal “This concept has been around for thousands of years, it’s a fundamental basic truth of life. You can try and change what you have, and you can try and change what you’re doing
but unless you change who you’re being, then none of that is going to change.” 
We tend to believe we need to ‘have’ something – money, more time, love; 
then we can finally ‘do’ what we really want – start a business, pursue a passion, create a relationship. This will then allow us to ‘be’ what we really want in our life – successful, fulfilled, in love. 
 
There were a couple of points that Shane Krider shared on the Born to Prosper podcast 
that really resonated with me.
 
1/ Being comfortable in life is like a drug so the more we stay average the more comfortable 
we become with average and we begin to believe that being anything else is hard.
 
2/ We can be either Pro Active creating our future working through any obstacles 
that present themselves but while always moving towards our goals.  
OR we can play 
the victim role so that means we are listening to our own excuses and playing 
the blame game. 
 
3/ Learn to listen, really listen to your own language, are you using empowering 
words when speaking to others and more importantly when speaking with yourself.
 
I ask myself and you these 4 Questions
 
1/ Who are your really being?
2/ Who are you really listening too?
3/ What are you filling your mind with ( positive or negative info) 
4/ Am I being a fixer or a creator
 
Please share the answers that came up for you when asking yourself 
those 4 questions and anything else on the topic of Be Do Have.
Monday, June 27th, 2016

SEEING LEADERSHIP THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS

Posted by Ann-Maree M

As much as I love travel, I’m loving being home too. Emptying the suitcase and getting back into a routine is wonderful, although I do miss having someone cook for me.

While I’ve been away, the seasons have changed, the winter sunsets spectacular and the locals are happy to see me, as I am to see them.camera

As I unpacked my stuff, I too unpacked what I’d experienced. While it was fresh in my mind I reviewed the hand written notes I took from the Influence Live conference I’d been a part of. This extraordinary event over 8 days has been life changing for me and those who were part of it. The content presented by Shane Krider in tandem with the experiences we had work-shopping together, the conversations with others and discovery on the ground in new cities was a rich and full experience.

This week is an opportunity for me to express my thoughts about a key topic that struck a chord with me, gaining deeper distinctions.

The result is two-fold – I get to better understand what I learnt by sharing this with you and then you in turn may have the opportunity to reflect and pay it forward to a friend. Everyone wins, ‘yeay” we love that!

What does being a leader mean?
I took a look at what the Oxford Dictionary says – a straight forward, no-frills answer.

LEADER
noun: the person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country – a natural leader – the leader of a protest group
synonyms: chief – head – principle – boss – commander – captain
I appreciate the dictionary presents the top line description of a word although how often have you experienced a person in the leader position and it’s just that – top line, with a ‘do what I say’ posture.
What do we look for in a leader?
We’ve all had experiences with people in leadership positions, including ourselves, either in business or at home with the family. So what is it that distinguishes a leader from a boss or a chief or the head of the household?  How do we define a leader today?
For me it’s when the leader is on purpose with their values, ahead of asking or expecting another to follow suit. It’s a demonstration of and being true to oneself.
Here’s a few points I have clarity for the leader, on purpose.

A LEADER ON PURPOSE
1.When the leader stops buying their own excuses
2.Gets on with it whatever it is vs. giving up
3.Speaks from the heart to then speak their mind
4.Knows as a leader and to lead, they require another person to be present ‘a follower’
5.Understands and respects empathy to serve others instead of sympathizing
6.Has a point of view and expresses it
7.Understands they may piss off another person from time to time – ‘oops’
8.Doesn’t require permission to take a stand
9. Has the ability to confront a situation
10.Grants themselves the space to be
‘Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader success is about growing others’ – Jack Welsh

AUTHENTIC SELF
Shane spoke about first being our ‘authentic self’. This is where leadership begins and the first person being led is ourselves. In some areas or our lives, we lead naturally and in others we have the potential to shrink. Why is that? It’s a combination of the negative thoughts and the pictures in our mind that create some version of a story that doesn’t serve us. The alternate is to give ourselves the space to expand, to fully express ourselves.
Glance around at any of the successful and worldly identities we know and appreciate – Richard Branson, Oprah, Bill Gates to name a few. They are the purest form of demonstrating a leader on purpose, speaking their mind, showing vulnerability, never shrinking from making their point of view known, even if it’s not in line with the popular vote.
We admire these people for speaking from their heart to express what’s on their mind.

BE DO HAVE
These three words ‘Be Do Have’ are the guide and the magic comes about when we respect the order.
It’s not ‘Have Do Be’ The order begins with ‘who are we being’.
To be the Leader ask yourself ‘Who am I Being’ and what actions ‘Would I be Doing’ and taking towards the outcome I desire. The ‘Have’ comes about as a result of Be and Do.
When the dice rolls and it’s your turn to take the lead next, consider whether you’re expanding or contracting, how it feels in your body and then decide to make the change to be authentic.
Transformation can take place in an instant when we allow it to take up residence, leaving behind ‘what was’ as if it never existed. Just as we fuel our body through eating well, doing regular exercise, feeding our mind with the outstanding Master of Destinies program too is a daily practice, keeping us moving forward in create a healthy balanced life.

Monday, June 20th, 2016

A Gypsy Heart Loves to Travel

Post by Ann-Maree M

What is it about travel that brings us to our senses, bringing about the full gamut of emotions?

You see, I left home just over two weeks ago to arrive across the other side of the world in blogpreparation to join a ten day cruise with a difference. That event was Influence Live cruising and conferencing in one, with the Prosperity of Life Community surrounded by like minded people. I consider this as time out to expand my thinking in leadership and entrepreneurial skills as well as exploring the ship and the shores, discovering the new.

THE TRAVEL BUG
Growing up in a family that never travelled, I definitely got bit by the bug somewhere and I’m grateful it chose me. When I was in my twenties, instead of traveling the world with a backpack, I discovered Australia by road for a year or more.

Then I worked my way into a career where I flew many times a month, interstate then the annual international trip to an event. And for a time I lived abroad with the opportunity to travel to lands I never imagined I would get to experience. ‘And they call this work’ I said?

People said to me ‘you’ll get tired of the travel’ and I didn’t. Instead I began to travel for fun to attend events where I learn and discover and fell more in love.

LIVING IN THE MOMENT
What I’ve realized about travel is this…it’s everyday life on steroids.  It’s challenging and rewarding, tiring and invigorating, negotiating and then going with the flow to surprise and delight.

Travel is defined, presenting a ‘one of opportunity’ to experience life through a specific lens at this specific moment in time, just like working on ourselves.

Why defined? Well the road trip around Australia for starters was a continual journey, from one destination to the next and while we decided how long we’d stay in a spot, we were continually moving. And if we were to linger in one place, it was unique in the moment as are thoughts.

I often hear people grizzle about work travel however I am continually surprised and delighted by the quick work trip interstate to remind me of the beauty of the seasons, the slight change in culture and the people we meet, along with accomplishing why I was traveling in the first place.

FLYING HIGH
It’s the beginning of the journey I love…I love flying! With no technology to check, to sit back and reflect or get some seriously great work done, I am free to create. I went through a stage when I felt a little out of place traveling solo. The good news is I did overcome that mind chatter and today never give it a second thought. As I work on myself through my ongoing desire to make personal development a practice, the things that matter become clearer and the rest isn’t even a consideration.

When it’s your time to travel, embrace the opportunities that present themselves to be in the moment that stands before you. And you may be surprised as what traveling alone can teach you about the world and about yourself.

HIGH FIVE
1.  Endless Possibilities
There are so many places to visit, people to meet and many things to experience. Dream big, explore, and continuously work to achieve more.
2.  Much to Learn
Experiencing how others live in a different culture is enlightening and making us appreciate what we have. With an endless amount of knowledge to be unlocked through travel, visiting and learning in person is truly a life-changing experience.
3.  Expand Communication
Being present and savoring the moment opens our heart to see that there is much beautiful diversity in the world, yet somehow we all share similarities, we’re human.
4.  Appreciate Independence
Traveling alone gives us time to think and explore new things. Once I would have been afraid to sit at a restaurant or try something new on my own. Traveling alone helps us to let go of these fears, to enjoy days on our own and to reflect.
5.  Food for the Soul
Embracing new surroundings, we forget about the day-to-day worries of life. Whether it’s traveling to a new restaurant someplace local, a different state or a different country, each location carries something unique. Be present and take it all in.

These five relate to the journey I embarked on with personal development. From books to seminars and workshops to this cruise, it’s continual for me, like taking a shower every day.

It’s not about where you go or how exotic travel is travel.
From the Sunday drive to seeing the world there’s plenty to see bringing joy, discovery and the adventure.
Same goes for the daily practice of personal development. And if you couldn’t make this Prosperity of Life event, then be sure to get to the next one, it’s life changing.

‘Ones destination is never a place but a new way of seeing things’ – Henry Miller

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Surprising Benefits of Curiosity and How to Cultivate It

Posted by Portia D

Being curious and wanting to learn more is great for your health and well-being. Curiosity keeps your brain active and alert, which is particularly important as you get older. Studies even show that curious people are happier and tend to live more interesting lives because they’re open to experiencing new activities, places and ideas.

Curiosity is also known to strengthen your relationships. Showing genuine interest in others deepens connection and can expand empathy when listening to someone with views different from your own.

Perhaps the most compelling benefit is that curiosity helps you learn new things. Studies show that being interested in something new helps you learn it faster and results in greater ability.

This is great news for naturally curious people, but what if you aren’t particularly curious? Here are some ways you can develop curiosity:

  • Read articles, magazines and books about subjects you’re unfamiliar with and wouldn’t normally read. See if it sparks a new interest.
  • Ask questions. Everyone around you has knowledge of something you don’t, and people often enjoy talking about things they’re passionate about.
  • Stay positive. It’s easier to learn something new when you focus on the benefit and see the learning process as a fun, new experience.

Reignite the curiosity you had as a child, and see if you experience greater life satisfaction, improved relationships and a sharper mind. When the time comes for you to learn something new for work or in your personal life, you’ll likely have an easier time picking it up and enjoying it too.

Monday, February 8th, 2016

How Do You Know When You Are Happy? What Does It Look Like For You?

Posted by Cathy W

I have been thinking about this since our Master Of Destinies call a few weeks ago and wanted to share and would love to hear other perspectives on this.

I went through many years of my life not really knowing what happiness was and thinking that I would never feel happy. Sure I had moments of joy in my life but they passed and the underlying feeling I had was one of sadness. It was not until I threw myself into personal development that I started to understand that my happiness had to come from within. I had to deal with all the sabotaging beliefs that I had about myself – it was a long journey but so worthwhile.

I believe I have Internal (long term) and External (short term) happiness and both are important to my well being mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

My Internal happiness comes from loving myself, believing in myself, nurturing myself and allowing myself to just BE. Being in control of the ‘mind’ chatter and not allowing it to influence my decisions. Knowing how to protect myself when life is challenging and having a general feeling of excitement about life and Gratitude for all that I have.

My External happiness comes from all the little things that happen each day and having an awareness and appreciation for them all. Enjoying a cup of coffee, reading a good book, having a good day in my business, playing with the dog, catching up with family and friends, gardening, watching the sunrise, finding a $20 note in my pocket … you get the idea.

Being Happy inside allows me to enjoy all the External moments of happiness but not rely on them to make me feel good. I can be just as Happy spending a day on my own and having no contact with the outside world.

Finding that inner happiness gave me the power to change my life and to stand strong even when times were tough … it is kind of like a secret sanctuary that I live in and when things become chaotic on the outside I can disappear into myself and stay calm and usually make better choices about how I am going to do life.

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Is your signature visible and legible?

Posted by Bart

If everything we touch we leave our signature on, is your signature visible and legible? When you think of your signature as a record of your influence then with each stroke of the pen we leave a trail of impact. Positive or negative, legible or illegible, our signature is there. bartPic181.jpg

Think for a moment of all the places you have left your signature. Look at your family, your work, your friends, your social media exchanges, and your casual interactions. Each of these is but one pixel of your signature. That pixel, as with true art, combines other pixels and creates a masterpiece. Is this masterpiece something that is revered for ages or will it collect dust in the attic?

When you consider that everything you touch you leave your signature on, it begins to raise your level of awareness as to not only the person you are but also the person others perceive you to be. Just as no one signs your signature quite the way you do, your signature is a form of sensation. That sensation, though room for interpretation, becomes your trademark.

Some signatures are precise, some ‘old-school’, some artistic, some eclectic, and some only primary print. But isn’t this what creates the artistic beauty of our earth? Remember, without ‘art’ earth would only be ‘eh.’

Take a look at your signature through the influences of everything you touch. Is that the message you want to convey? Is that the person you see every morning in the mirror or is that the signature of someone you would not befriend?

An interesting paradox may be created or a lifelong parable; a legend in the making. What is your signature?

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

Success is an INSIDE JOB here at Polaris Global

Posted by Yolanda V

I just got off the weekly team call where Rachel interviewed Adam B after he had earned $115000 AUD in a 30 day period.  Firstly I wish to extend my deep appreciation to Adam for sharing so authentically and secondly I wish to congratulate him on his awesome results and just going from strength to strength.228

I would love to share some of the lessons I took from this call – there were so many nuggets of wisdom but the ones that really stand out to me are:

BELIEF!!  – You deserve to have belief in yourself and the system. It is a really simple system but it WORKS (if you do obviously).  Believe in yourself every moment of every day.

If you lack the belief – borrow from someone else – To me this was a great and timely reminder. Even if you are going through times where you don’t see the evidence of what you want to create – get clearer on your vision and your picture. Visualise you achieving the goal and let that be the only evidence you need to fuel your belief.  Don’t let any stinking thinking blemish or blur your picture.  Do more Beyond Freedom Evolution to get rid of that “stinkin thinkin”.

Be, Do, Have – Be the Leader you aspire to be.  If you don’t believe in what you are saying, nobody else will.  Lee Anne always say to me: “It is not WHAT you are saying, it is HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT WHAT YOU ARE SAYING”.  For the longest time I did not know how to change how I feel about what I am saying to people until I learned that lesson about getting very clear on my picture of what I want to create and keep that picture in my head and heart when I go through life.. It is amazing how that has changed my vibration and energy.

There is NO PLAN B – An awesome reminder Adam gave towards the end of the call is something that Shane often says – “There is no plan B”.  Decide what you want to create. Cut off all other possibilities and go all in. There is no safety net… There is only one option and that is the one YOU CHOSE!!

I am feeling super inspired to go forth and create massive results in my life and my business. I have also always felt like I did not fit in and did not belong.  I really did not like to corporate life and office politics. I did not like the back stabbing mentality that people had and the feeling that they had to pull others down to lift themselves up.  What I LOVE about this community is that we all support and encourage each other to succeed. We celebrate each other’s wins and are happy for each and every success story. No matter how small the win – a win is a win and we celebrate together.

I am feeling tremendously blessed to be a part of this amazing free harbour community where I too can just be myself and I have the space to make mistakes, learn, grow and become the person I am becoming.  I feel loved and appreciated in this community and love each one of these amazing people.

What did you get out of today’s Global Team Call?

What lessons have you learnt about creating success?