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Thank you Kerry Martin..
I love what I do and I love knowing I am making a difference to those on my 90 Day Challenge to ‘Redesign Your Life’
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I live in a beautiful part of the World.. tropical climate, gorgeous beaches… Queensland, home to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and spectacular WhitSunday Islands of Australia.
Life is blissful for so many here – or it WAS until the last State Election which has now sent hundreds upon hundreds of Queenslanders into a panic of anxiety and despair. Jobs are being slashed by the hundreds and although undoubtedly many of the ‘public service’ departments were in much need of an overall ‘tidy up’, disturbingly the culling has extended to Emergency Workers and other life saving areas such as hospitals..
Clearly there is no mental health check for Politicians before they are handed an entire State or in Australia’s case, Nation and given the power to destroy so much, so many, so quickly!
A close friend was one who got the news over the weekend. Get this – she read it in the Newspaper! WT?? Her whole department are being made redundant and they found out from reading it in the Newspaper being quoted by one of Australia’s top Political leaders!
Fortunately for her, she had begun to set up other streams of income, so will be able to hold on to her home and keep going, however, for many and this includes nearly all of her work colleagues – NOTHING! Ironically, whilst she was spending weekends and evenings burning the candle creating business ventures, her colleagues were in front of the television!
AGAIN I can’t stress enough the importance of creating more than one stream of income.. Australia you are NOT immune.. Remember what happened in the USA a few years back? We are not the untouchable lucky Country many think we are – not with idiots holding the reigns to this magnificent Country of ours.
Dig your Wells BEFORE the water runs out.. yesterday it was my dear friend, today it could be YOU!
Over the weekend I visited an old friend in Canberra. We worked together in the 1980′s and quickly developed a nice friendship.
A few years later, we went our separate ways. She joined the Police Force and I moved to Queensland. We didn’t really see much of each other in the years which followed. However, stayed in touch – not constantly but occasionally.
Last weekend I went to visit her in Canberra. It was a mixture of business and personal, as she is joining me in one of my businesses. Needless to say, we had a brilliant catch up. We use to be big parties girls when we were friends in the ’80′s and last Friday night tried to relive those younger years – all in one night ! Well last memories of the night were singing Stevie Nicks in Karaoke – need I say more?? :)
Great night was had by all and we shared a decent hangover Saturday morning – yep good ‘ole times.
I decided to blog about it because as we said our goodbyes at the Airport, it occurred to me how timeless and effortless our friendship was.
Despite the years between visits, every visit is like we only saw each other yesterday. We pick up from where we left off, share news and stories over a few (actually several) wines and continue to be amazed as to how fast our children are growing up when we don’t seem to be aging at all! (I did say several wines!)
Our friendship is so effortless. No conditions, no accounting to each other, no criticisms or looks of disapproval, no unwanted advice – just an easy time filled with stories, laughter, appreciation of the value we add to each other, topped with respect both personally and professionally.
THIS is what it should be all about.. in friendships and with relationships. Life is very much about who you surround yourself with.
It is so true that you become the top 5 people you spend time with. Select your friends and associates carefully. Resign from ‘pity parties’ and ‘group gripings’ . Avoid toxic people and those who only want to spend time sucking your energy and power out of you because their lives are high maintenance and miserable.
Look at your friends because THAT is your future..
More on this is covered in my Program “Your Life, Your Design”. See the ‘Program’ page on this website.
Enjoy your week and avoid those ‘dream stealers’
Out with the old, make way for the new.
We all need a good house spring clean occasionally and similarly, we do within ourselves.
Our lives can clutter like your favourite cupboard and although you want to make room for change in your life, remember it’s impossible to fit those new clothes in your wardrobe if it’s filled with the old.
So declutter.. get rid of irritations, friends & associates who don’t add value. Make way for positive, happy people who will add value to your life. Be ruthless, be honest..
It can be such a concern to parents watching our children grow into teenagers and knowing the time is coming when they will soon have to make a decision about Senior High School and the subjects they need to choose to qualify them for University or College. So many are confused about what they want to do in life.
My son is now in his final year of high school and I am so blessed that he knew at an early age what it was he was going to do. His passion is music. He’s talented and focused. The only concerns were that the options offered by many Institutions were limited as playing guitar didn’t seem as important to many tertiary outlets as becoming a Doctor or a Lawyer. I am so pleased to see that the education system is now changing and some Colleges are now recognising various skills as career opportunities. We have found one here in Queensland which offers just that.
The pressure to conform to the masses by the education system is now being lifted from our children and it’s about time. When I hear my son compose a song and perform it, I think what a loss it would be for the World to not hear his music. He brings so much joy when he plays and his love and passion is evident. How wonderful it is that he has found his purpose. What a loss it would have been to have him work in a trade which shackled him to a J.O.B. for the best years of his life.
As a parent, we need to watch what truly excites our children. What is it they loved to do at an early age and which still seems to bring them joy… follow the clues. Everybody has a passion and a purpose. Let it evolve and don’t put pressure on them for the “A” on their exam papers in subjects they clearly have no passion for and struggle with. If they gave it their best shot – and can look you in the eyes and tell you that – then that “C” is as good as an “A”. The subjects they have talent for will effortlessly grade an “A”.
Developing self worth and integrity is everything.
They are the next generation, let them give it their best shot, not ours..