To create unlimited abundance, we need to tap into the source that resides within us. I help creative female entrepreneurs tap into their creativity and access their inner reserve of abundance. The connection with their inner self is to connect with their source of wisdom. By learning to connect with their inner wisdom, they learn to slow down, listen to their intuition and take internally inspired action.
The Footprints in the Sand charm is an inspiring, collectible piece of jewelry. These charms and jewelry are the perfect gifts for a loved one and they make a treasured keepsake for yourself or an see my link item for others. Many people have stumbled across the poem, “Footprints in the Sand,” over the Internet, in artwork, in magazines, and through other medias. The charms serve as a reminder and give people hope.
Any free time you have is precious; I choose to spend it with achievers, winners, those who want more out of life and go after it. I like to be around people who exude success; you know who they are because as soon as they walk into a room the whole dynamics change. Achievers are also people who bring projects to completion. They are always working on a project, complete them and keep moving forward. Do you know anyone like that?
The most important item to note during this whole journey with your child is for you to always keep an open mind. You may not notice judgement or the tone of your voice in your words, but your child does, and it might create a barrier to this entire process. Being careful to not put hidden barriers up will turn out to be beneficial to you. You may learn new things from your child and it may create a bond on your relationship and could be the key to instilling positive discipline on your child.
motivation. It’s common sense that children who enjoy the activities that you have planned, are more likely to cooperate with the lesson. Be creative and full of movement. Do things that are unexpected. In Japan all of our class begin with a robotic, simple greeting. ALT: Good morning everyone. Class: Good Morning Mr. Ralens and Ms… What if the ALT said Good monkey or Good afro hair (afternoon) instead. Are your kids listening?
Anything worth achieving is worth documenting. How else will you keep track of your progress? When I decided to write these newsletters, I made a commitment to write x number of pages per day. If you are working during the day you can commit to blocking off periods of one to two hours per night of “freedom time”. If the phone rings don’t answer it, if your house is burning down, use your free hand to call a fire truck..get it? All interruptions will be valid if you allow them to be. “Freedom Time” is your time to figure out how to get out of the rat race so take it seriously. P.S. I was joking about the house burning down scenario!
Daniel is a great protagonist. He’s easy to like and an all around good kid. He stands up for what is right and he’s not afraid to get a little good-natured revenge when the opportunity arises. Johnny doesn’t quite see it that way, and is content with seriously hurting him. Fortunately, Mr. Miyagi, who has been most generous with fixing things and introducing him to the beauty of bonsai trees, is also a master of karate. He’s knowledgeable when it comes to fish and fighting, and strikes a deal with the merciless Kreese (“This is a karate dojo, not a knitting class!”). His negotiation grants a truce between the students for two months until he can teach Daniel to fight against Johnny in a real karate tournament.
Extra Points: IU leads the all-time series 6-2-2, including a perfect 4-0 mark at Memorial Stadium, a 4-0-1 ledger in Bloomington and a 6-0-2 record in the last eight games. The teams squared off for eight straight years from 1985-92 and in 1953 and 1954. The Hoosiers earned a 20-10 victory the last time the two teams met on Sept. 26, 1992, in Bloomington…Indiana’s last showdown against an SEC opponent resulted in a 38-14 home triumph vs. Kentucky on Sept. 17, 2005. This is the only Big Ten-SEC matchup during the 2013 regular season….Indiana has set a new three-game record with 150 points. The previous mark of 141 was set in 1917. It is the eighth time in program history IU has scored 35-plus points in a three-game stretch (last time 2010).