Posts by Shalei67 14
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life." ~ Steve Jobs~Often times we grow up following the traditional role of graduating from high school, entering college and then later find a job suited to the degree you went to college with - and maybe later meet someone special, get married, start a family...live the idea life of "having it all."But is that REALLY what everyone wants? Probably most, but not everyone. While most of us have jobs working for others, there are m
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May 25, 2019
Lately, I have had an obsession to make an occasional fritatta - at least once a week. We are fortunate to have 3 egg-laying hens that create the most deliciously rich-tasting eggs and no matter how we cook them - scrambled, fried, poached, boiled...to me, the fritatta reigns supreme. It probably is because they are easy to make, you can use leftover ingredients or whatever you have in the pantry and with a bit of practice, the results always come out the same: successfully savory and scrumpt
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Back on March 19, I wrote a blog here comparing physical therapy to the road of success. It takes time to rehab the injured area on the body to restore it to normal functionality. Not unlike when you come up with an idea, then a plan or strategy on how to achieve success - whatever it might be.Well, it's been exactly two months from the day I wrote about that and I would love to share the progress I've made since then due to consistent measures in place: attending my weekly PT sessions around
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Any mother could perform the jobs of several air traffic controllers with ease. ~Lisa AltherIronically, many years ago while growing up in Hana, my Mom wore many hats. She was a music teacher, a piano instructor, an organist for two churches in our town, the Hawaiian-speaking Protestant church we attended and the Latin-speaking Catholic church that held Mass on Fridays and Sundays.She was an entrepreneur involving herself in many business ventures like Tupperware, Mary Kay, Melaleuca and AVON (
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Some of you who have already read some of my blogs here will see that there's a pattern to the topics I write about. I tend to weave stories about myself and my experiences into lessons I have learned to apply to my ongoing life journey. You may also notice how I may weave in subjects about learning the lessons here on how to start your own website, the concept of market affiliation and what our instructors, Kyle and Carson teach us as we progress thru the levels of training.I will be the firs
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April 28, 2019
This weekend, I have had the privilege of being a virtual attendee to an annual conference organized and held by Lisa Nichols and the organization she created, Motivating the Masses. It is an event held live in San Diego each year, and the reason I registered online to attend is that I heard her as a guest speaker on a podcast created by successful entrepreneur Dan Lok.I was blown away by her story, her origins and what led her to create her organization. She had a drive to succeed to no longe
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“A man's mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will, bring forth. If no useful seeds are put into it, then an abundance of useless weed seeds will fall therein, and will continue to produce their kind.” James Allen, As A Man Thinketh quote.Who stands as the guard to your heart and mind?James Allen was a British writer of philosophy and inspirational works. His best known publi
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I used to wake up feeling disoriented, grouchy and tired. Even when I had 8 hours of sleep. Even with a couple cat naps here and there.I used to be cranky, moody and irritable with The Hubs. Either I didn't "feel" like talking to him, or when he wanted a conversation and I was "busy" watching old episodes of Columbo, I shushed him or waved my hand telling him I will talk to him later.I used to be impatient when he would explain something to me in his slow, monotone voice with the Estonian acce
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Unexpected Surprises Motivate!Let's face it: those of us who know enough to get around the computer but not really "tech savvy" (I raise my good arm high up there) are often surprised when we get ourselves involved in something like learning about market affiliation, website design, writing content, keyword search and then a month later see an e-mail "You've been indexed by Google!"....wow...I'm happy...I think...I guess. But after seeing Kyle's and Carson's explanation about why this is impor
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Have you ever watched a sunrise atop Haleakala Crater on the island of Maui? I did for the first time with my husband during our honeymoon a few years ago. It was one of our "firsts" together even though I was raised in Hana for over ten years during my childhood back in the mid-70s thru the early 80s.The week after we were married on Oahu, he wanted to see where I lived and grew up - namely visit Maui and of course, take the road to Hana. For those of you that have visited that island, you kno
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