WordCamp Atlanta and Success

WordCamp Atlanta 2013 was a turning point for me.  I had not expected this.  The messages I got at this meeting re-enforced everything I have been learning about myself and success.  A marvelous meeting.  Tell my story.  Now to start writing.

Wade Kwon loves telling stories and talking about Birmingham.  Wade says, “Blog, Baby, Blog.”  Kimanzi Constable loves telling his story using WordPress.  Syed Balkhi talks about managing time for bloggers, but really for life.  John Saddington showed how creative he is at finding niches to blog and make money.  Chris Ames was all about writing and story telling.  Writing to remember.

The past year, I keep hearing the same general messages about success.  Choose my goals.  Success comes from habits.  Get organized.  Help other people.   Do it now.  All this was at WordCamp as part of blogging.

Finally, one book is bringing it together for me, Your Own Worst Enemy by Kenneth W. Christian.  Apparently, I am not the only one.  We are suffering from mass adult under-achievement.  I am working thru the book now.

I make no promises to air all my issues.  However, I have learned that being vulnerable can be a source of strength.

I am ready to move forward with network marketing.  The catch is my goal.  August, 2012, when John Milton Fogg asked me what my goals were, I had no answer.  I wanted to make some money.  No particular amount.  Just make some money.  I am wrestling with exactly what that goal is.

Since joining Isagenix, I have lost over 30 lbs.  I noticed after a couple of months that I wanted to run up stairs.  This was something I had not expected.  I am thinking more clearly.  Yes, this may be a little of a commercial, but it is what has happened.

I can get depressed, but I think my overall view is that the world is enough.  I am working on seeing a world of abundance.  Maybe, I just need to help other people change their world.

I am a work in progress, as is this blog.

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