This is Day One of the Ultimate Blog Challenge hosted by my friends Michelle Shaeffer, whom I’ve had the pleasure of her company twice, and Michele Scism, whom I’ve been following but never met for as long as I’ve known Michelle. Both women and I have a marketing mentor in common and perhaps you’ve heard of him, Adam Urbanski (whose events I’ve attended live—and he KNOWS who I am!).
The point is this: Adam has brought together many people either in the same room or in the same Facebook group where the greatest of partnerships have developed, succeeding in lucrative joint ventures. These two lovely ladies have done the same thing, only under our own guises, common interests, or specific needs that we so eloquently write about.
How cool is that?!
This is my, uh, er, third UBC? It may be my fourth; but who’s counting besides me??
Anyway, the first challenge I posted 21 times; the next challenge was 23. Huh. So maybe this is only my THIRD challenge after all. This time, I am pumped and excited that I’ll make it the wonderful number of 31! That’s what I’m going with anyway.
If you choose to continue reading my posts you will find that I am very transparent describing my thoughts, dreams, wishes, the highs and lows of everyday life in hopes that you come to know we are connected and you may not be alone in your thoughts or situations. You can read an example of when the person from which you get inspiration and support needs inspiration and support.
As you read through the posts, you may get the impression I’m working through relationships and circumstances. But what I’m really drilling down to is my core, how I operate, and the relationship I have with myself. Ultimately, it helps me to be a better person; and when I’m a better person, I’m a better coach and mentor; and when I’m a better coach and mentor, the world around me opens up to a whole new playing field and outlook for not only myself, but everyone in it!, too! It is my hope that you benefit from my discoveries so you don’t have to go through the hard lessons I experienced.
Now that all of this is said and written, it is time to conclude this first of thirty-one consecutive posts. I look forward to this month of October, because as I say in my workshop of Trusting Your Transition™, “challenges can be turned into confidence.”
“You must keep your mind on the objective, not on the obstacle.” ~William Randolph Hearst
Peggy Lee Hanson, personal transition guide and mentor, is expert at compassionately helping those suffering loss of any proportion, especially through unemployment. Using proven strategies and support, she teaches how to move quickly and easily through current or impending life-changing moments so that you can have the life you are meant -- and deserve -- to live.
PeggyLee is a Speaker, Best-selling author on Amazon.com, Certified Dream Coach® & Group Leader®, Trained True Purpose Coach®, and CEO and Founder of MyDreamArchitect.com, a subsidiary of Personal Transition Guidance, LLC. Also, Peggy Lee has co-facilitated mastermind groups and appeared as a regular columnist for online communities. She is a member of Toastmasters International.
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