2012 is the year for many people. Many people have high hopes and dreams of having a job. I can’t begin to tell you how many times I have heard someone say “I am going to get a job this year!” And I think to myself, “You should come to one of my workshops”. The more and more I think and plan out the business, the more I discover how real it can be. I think advertising is the way to go. Get the name out. I still am not going to stray from my original plan and offer this to my fellow church members. I really feel that there is someone at my church who is praying for a miracle. They don’t need a miracle, they just need some of the right pointers and guidance, which I can provide.
Yes, two thousand twelve is going to be the year for me as well. My only goal for the company is to help people get a job. Alongside of that, provide a generous part time income. “Do what you love and the money will follow.” I love being able to make a positive impact on someone’s life, that it will be changed forever for the better. I told my friend Corrine that I wanted to change the world. She smiled at me. I then said, “And I am doing it one mind at a time, one class at a time, one semester at a time. I can’t do it overnight, but I sure can make a dent in the next decade to come.” She said I inspired her.
In some of my readings I found that there are a lack of role models for our children, our generation. I know what that is like. Who DO you look up to? Whom is someone you want to emulate? And why is this person such a great person? Many people say their role model is a parent or a teacher, some authority figure. It really is amazing as to whom is actually listening, and the things that they remember. Many people can recite word for word a conversation and can tell me what I was wearing the first time they met me. I thought about that for awhile, contemplating the marvelous building blocks of self esteem that can be given out daily, but rarely is. When was the last time someone gave you a nice compliment? When was the last time YOU gave a compliment? Even if it is to the same person day after day, think of something new to say. You may be surprised at how much it will improve your relationships. I found a simple thing as starting an email off with a “Hi there …” rather than just using the first name can instantly change the tone of an email. Who you are, is also determined by the words you choose, … or the words you don’t choose to use.