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Inspiring music movie

Thank you to Justin Jacobsen–a friend from LoanToolBox–for showing me this truly inspirational short film!

Try this short video on for inspiration!

I play the violin and have learned some of the classical pieces.  It is completely unimaginable to me that someone can play these difficult compositions without all 10 fingers–much less only 4 total.

Anyway, here we are with all of the tools and gifts that anyone could have and we find all the reasons NOT to overcome.

I’m inspired by this amazing human and her ability to adapt and overcome…

Tim gives good “head check” advice AND some advice on how to get your blog read…

Tonight’s the night (well, technically, 2 am on Sunday morning).  Anyway, turn your clocks back 1 hour and enjoy some extra sleep in the morning.

Be well,

Jacob Nordby

go check out the site… Tim is a “lead with the giving hand” guy and always has really solid, actionable strategies.

My good friend and fellow…um…buffalope, Dr. Vincent Kituku, has this to say in his e-newsletter that hit my inbox today.

I encourage you to ponder his points and then go sign up for his newsletter at http://www.overcomingbuffaloes.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vision, decision, action and persistence are the ingredients you need in these unpredictable times.
Vision overshadows inadequacies related to skills, resources and abilities. It has been said, and proven to be true, that what your mind can conceive, and you believe in your heart, you can achieve. “The most beautiful emotion we can experience is the mystical. It is the power of all true art and science” (Albert Einstein). Dreams are the seeds of success.
A firm decision to make your dream a reality gives the universe a go-ahead in equipping you with the necessary tools. In your decision-making process, formulate your vision into specific objectives with measurable results within a given period of time.
Act on your decision. Faith and decision without action produce ZERO results.
Be persistent with your dream. At times, you will be at the “bottom of the valley” of your dream project. Things won’t work as planned. Learn to jump from one failing (learning) experience to another with a positive attitude. In case you need a “push,” read about the failures of Abraham Lincoln. A successful person is a failure who persists in his or her dreams.
Yesterday has passed to oblivion. We may have had disappointments because of unfulfilled dreams, uncompleted projects, broken promises and relationships. The past is not a place to dwell. It’s a reference point.
Beware of dream-busters, such as hanging around negative associates, your own fear and reading or watching insignificant materials. Ponder this: Watching TV for six hours per day translates to fifteen years of one’s life at 60 years of age.

Velma Marketing