So, I am not really in danger (but, I can pretend to be if that’s motivating for you.) No sinking ships or crucial moments of peril. But I do have questions – important ones even – and I need your help. Ok, maybe not “important” the way geo-politics, national economy, and the season opener of Survivor are important. But “April” important.
- I have my first speaking engagement. I am very excited and prepared (Phil, I am lifting my lid!) I have been asked by Mary Morris, an Executive Area Manager for Arbonne, to conduct training for her group. She really liked Flip Flippen’s The Flip Side and wanted me to talk about the critical constraints. Flip’s organization was very gracious and gave me permission to use the their materials. The book deals with identifying and resolving those things that trip you up.
Question – How do you feel about discussing overcoming negatives? When talking about overcoming negatives, what about the environment, approach, or training make you feel more comfortable?
- I have changed the layouts of all three websites – the main homepage, Making Life Work for You, and Beautiful Chaos. The intent was to provide continuity to the three venues while still maintaining the uniqueness I feel each of them possess.
Question – What do you think?
- I don’t think there are enough visuals on the site. I love going to blogs that have great supporting graphics and pictures for their posts.
Question – Where is you favorite source for finding great pictures or artwork? How do you ensure that you are respecting personal property and copyright?
And I guess that about covers the pressing things on my mind right this second. But if you have been around here at all, you already know there is bound to be more coming up!
Big thanks in advance for all your help. And do me another favor (man, she’s asking for a lot today!) If you have resources that better help answer my questions, please feel free to link them up in the comments. I know some people feel strange about linky loving themselves or others in the comment section – but as appreciated guests, you are more like family and I hope you feel at home!