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Success Sojourn

By December 2, 2010 - 3:17pm

I've been writing a blog, ButchBetty.com, that speaks to transforming the perception of women through the understanding of work, art, and health to support women nationally in America and globally throughout the world. Here is what I wrote about today:

Please use a Success Diary or Journal each day write one positive comment. Be grateful. Please express and compliment one person daily. Be nice. Please allow yourself to receive. Be Open. Please fully engage. Show up 100%.
Promise yourself to always have your energy up.
Wake up each day and say the following 3 times: Today’s a Great Day!
“There are two exercises that I learned from an old Master. One is to create and constantly keep revising my Financial Master Plan, so we set empowered goals and are motivated to achieve them – and the other is to answer the question, “If there were no rules and I couldn’t fail, what would my life be?”
Where you define your ideal life is the intersection of these two actions. The success of creating this new “you” depends on how how hard you are willing to work at happiness.

By HERWriter Guide January 20, 2011 - 9:00am

Hi ThorAssociates

Thanks for your post! I love the idea of writing down something positive everyday! And I very much agree that we have to be willingly to work at happiness. Good things (at least for most of us) don't just fall into our laps; they arrive through a little luck and a ton of hard work.

The negative energy we emit stops us from giving or receiving the good things in life.

Thanks for your positive message!

January 20, 2011 - 9:00am

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