Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Energy and Money - Can You Use a Little More of Both?

I was recently introduced to a business opportunity through a good friend of mine. It's focused on a single product, using a simple process and an emphasis on helping people improve their quality of life. As a matter of fact it only takes 5-10 hours a week to build a residual income of over $100K in four years or less. You may be saying, "Well, that sounds like a gimmick."

But trust me it is not. The company's CEO has been doing this for over 26 years successfully and has now launched a new start up using all of the techniques and methods he has learned over the years to help others achieve their goals. The company's official launch does not take place until November so now is a good time to get on board during the pre-launch phase.

Many of those already on board are clearly on their way to a six-figure income. It's personally rewarding for me to see how this wonderful product, Life Shotz, can change how people feel everyday as well as provide them with a better lifestyle than they previously had. Even for those of you who already make a six-figure income; well as you probably know having different sources of residual income is a good thing. This is yet another way to build your wealth and have fun doing it.

I've been involved in 21TEN for 5 weeks now and not only do I feel energized by taking my Life Shotz each day, I'm well on my way to an incredible residual income. You can probably tell how excited and thrilled I am to write about this business opportunity because being in the business I am in (one of inspiring women to climb their career ladder and to achieve success in their personal and professional lives) this level of residual income can certainly help contribute to one's overall success.

Even if you didn't have the desire to earn a six-figure income but just wanted a few extra thousand per month for vacations, children's college fund, retirement, helping out your favorite charitable organization or to help fund a business idea you've dreamed of - this opportunity can help you get there. After all, who can't use a little more energy the natural way and a little more money, the simple way?

I love to encourage and inspire women as they go through their journey of reaching their goals and dreams and this is just another way to help them do that. I would be happy to tell you more about this phenomenal opportunity and how you too can reap the benefits so just feel free to email me.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The Importance of Visions... Part Two

Seeing yourself as you want to be is the key to personal growth. - Anonymous

I know you have all been waiting anxiously for Part Two of The Importance of Visions so here it is. Now that you have followed my advice in part one of writing down your affirmations (one liners) in a positive statement and  present tense, you are ready for the next step to an incredible journey in life.

Take a few minutes when the kids are sleeping, the TV is off, the cell phone is silenced and grab a piece of paper and pen or if you prefer  - log into your computer and pull up a blank Word document. Then read all of the affirmations you wrote down and put them in a story of how you see your life in the future and try to be as vivid as possible.

If one of your affirmations is to live in a beautiful house on the beach then you may want to say something along the lines of: "Here I am sitting on a lounge chair on my deck overlooking the beautiful Pacific ocean, watching the waves as they come crashing down on the sand and the birds frolicking about while trying to find food so early in the morning. It's so peaceful and quiet right now that I can actually hear the waves as they move about. I take a deep breath as  I look around my beautiful home and surroundings recognizing how thankful I am for all the blessings in my life. I have a great life!" 

Continue your story through your life the way you see it and want it. Once you have completed this step of writing down your vision, I recommend you either cut out pictures from magazines or copy and paste pictures from the Internet into a document that tells the picture of your vision. Assemble them into a  collage and print and post in your office where you can see it throughout the day. If you cannot post in your office, I suggest you print and put it in your planner (Pink Ladders Task Manager) and throughout the day take a peek at it to remind you and your 'mind' what your vision is for your life. You have a week to complete it so have fun with it! It's a great exercise.

Check back on July 28th, one week from today for Part Three of The Importance of Visions.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

The Importance of Visions... Part One

Over the last month I've attended networking events, entrepreneur classes and have learned about a new business opportunity. What all of these have in common is the importance of 'visions'; visualizing where we want to be in our lives. This may not be familiar territory for you so I'll walk you through the process in three parts; this blog being part number one.

Visualization starts with writing down your affirmations (one liners). An affirmation is stating something positive and in the present tense that you want to become, want to have, or where you want to be. For example: "I am an amazing person" as opposed to " I wish I was an amazing person" or "I don't want to be a rude, negative person anymore."

You can write down as many one liners as you want. There is no limit; the only limit is your imagination and dreams of the kind of person you want to be and the kind of life you want to live. I'll never forget when I was first introduced to the concept of affirmations. I honestly thought it was the strangest exercise not to mention, I felt like I was lying about my reality.

I am the type of person who looks for logic in things which explains why I'm not a fan of sci-fi movies because it's so unrealistic to me. But if you are like me and are thinking, "but that's not my life right now so why say it is?" Here is where you just need to trust me and the many thousands and millions of people that do write down and say affirmations. It's important that you get over the fact that it may not be true to your life today looking at it logically, but we tell our minds what to believe for good or bad so you might as well tell it the good stuff.

How many stories play in your head throughout the day that are not necessarily true especially those that bring you down with negative energy? You need to turn those stories around in your head. Start by telling your mind what your ideal person, place and life is all about in the form of positive statements. So get busy; write down all your affirmations and check back with me on July 21st for part two on what to do next.