Hello – 2017

My first post for the New Year is actually a video respecting 2016 . I am so grateful to all the people that crossed my path in 2016 all of whom contributed to my personal development as an entrepreneur in some way. This video is a tribute to them and my simple way of saying   Thank You.
If you recognise  anyone  feel free to leave your  comments below.  Enjoy 

It is my declared intention to continue to network and make wonderful connections with many more people this upcoming year. Happy New Year

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2016 Holiday Newsletter

I wish you a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy New Year filled with abundance prosperity and treasured moments. May 2017 be your best year ever.   One of the blessings of this time o…

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Learn how to enjoy the holiday season, keep the peace and not lose your mind. This must attend Holiday Season free live Webinar event will give  you the tips and tools that will make  your H…

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How to Thrive and Survive the Holiday Season free Live Webinar Event


Learn how to enjoy the holiday season, keep the peace and not lose your mind.

This must attend Holiday Season free live Webinar event will give  you the tips and tools that will make  your Holiday Season not only blissful but different.

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December 8, 2016

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2016 Holiday Newsletter

pictureesesqueI wish you a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy New Year filled with abundance prosperity and treasured moments. May 2017 be your best year ever.

One of the blessings of this time of year is the opportunity to connect with all the people I have come into contact with over the past year. It has been a busy year for me meeting people locally, in the USA, and internationally. Thank heavens for SKYPE and the internet.

I have participated in radio interviews, conferences; I have provided keynote speeches as well as workshops and presentations on stress management, personal growth, and maintaining healthy relationships.

One of my major achievements was receiving the highest award that one can receive in the Toastmaster Program by finally becoming a Distinguished Toastmaster after 15 years and being honored by the City of Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey.

Each opportunity not only helped me to come out of my comfort zone, but also challenged me to see myself and my situation differently.  Wow this personal growth and learning stuff is powerful.

  • What major accomplishments did you achieve this year that you are proud of?

My life as a caregiver to two disabled family members is a busy one, that being said, I have had to relearn a thing or two about the importance of self care and make it a paramount part of my life.

As I continue to develop simple systems of support that can really make a difference, I realize that self care does not have to be that complicated.

  • What priceless bit of wisdom did you learn to embrace this year?

As I move forward in 2017 with a powerful galvanized vision, magnetized and anchored to the energy of the universe, I hope that this is the same for you.

If you have not already done so, why not listen to the powerful Colors of the Rainbow free complementary meditation that I created located on my website. You can use this powerful meditation to drive and propel your vision for the year 2017.

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This is your year

  • What phrase would you use to sum up 2016?

And  finally

  • What powerful phrase will you use to inspire you in 2017?

         From me to you Happy Holidays



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This year I am READY

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This is going to be a great year.

Happy Holidays


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Pain may sometimes be the reason why people change.

Flunking grades make us realize that we need to study.

Debts remind us we need to earn more money.

Being humiliated gives us the ‘push’ to speak up and fight for ourselves to save our face from the next embarrassments.

It may be a bitter experience, a friend’s tragic story, a great movie, or an inspiring book that will help us get up and get just the right amount of motivation we need in order to improve ourselves.

With the countless negativity the world brings about, how do we keep motivated?

Take a new look at motivation using these A-Z tips that will awaken the heart of yourself improvement.

A – Awesomeness:  As a motivated person do you embrace your awesomeness. The awesome unique you; the audacious you; the brilliant you; the phenomenal you.  You are special. There is no one in this word quite like you and there never will be.  Own it.

B – Believe: Believe in yourself, and in what you can do.  Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Motivated people have strong powerful beliefs about themselves and their abilities.

C – Contemplation:  Motivated people consider things from every angle and aspect. They are able to do a cost benefit analysis about their situation and are able to examine the pros and cons   of a situation before making a decision.

D – Determination: Thomas Edison failed multiples times before he perfected the incandescent light bulb had he given up after his many failures we might still be in darkness. Motivated people just don’t give up and they don’t give in. They understand that failure provides powerful information about what  to do next.

E – Enjoyment:  Enjoy life and live it to the fullest. Work as if you don’t need money; dance as if nobody’s watching; love as if you never cried and learn as if you’ll live forever. Motivation takes place when people are happy.

F – Family:  Understanding that family and good friends are two of life’s greatest treasures are something that motivated people clearly appreciate and value.    No matter how important their accomplishments the motivated person never loses sight of those that are important to them.

G – Generosity:  Motivated people operate from the principles of charity and kindness; they understand the importance of giving to others.   They give more than what is enough and exert extra effort in doing things that better their communities and better mankind.

H – Happiness:  Motivated people are just happy people simply because they do what they love.

I – Impassionate: Are you an excited zealous, driven person?  If you are a motivated person you are energized thrilled about life. You are empowered and passionate when it comes to your goals.  You know what you are working on  – you   leave nothing to chance.

J – Judicious:  Motivated people are judicious people they are careful, sensible, prudent and wise with their time and energy as well as with who they associate with.  They just do not hang around negative people.

K – Knowledge: When you are motivated you strive to be well-informed, you interpret information in a way that allows you to develop logical, educated, well thought out decisions based on facts to form your opinions.  You understand that knowledge is power and you know that the right knowledge leads to well informed decisions which   opens the doors for massive success.

L- Learning: Do you have a joy and love for learning? Are you invested in your own personal growth, self-improvement?   Do you read voraciously, embrace new information and ideas and apply them emphatically in your daily living. Motivated people do.

M – Motivators:  These are people that make things happen. If you are motivated you put your dreams into work clothes. Yes motivated people do visualize their dreams and create powerful mind images; but they also understand that it’s not just good enough to have a vibrant powerful vision, that vision must be backed up with movement and action.

N – Negativity:   Motivated People refuse to embrace negativity of any kind. They   understand the power of maintaining   a positive mindset. They make every effort to keep their vibration levels high as this is one of the keys to their ability to maintain an ongoing successful mindset.

P – Persistence: Motivated people understand that practice makes perfect.  They know that practice is very much about motivation. They know that persistent practice is the key to success. They are disciplined about this and understand the importance of learning from their mistakes.

Q – Quiescent.  If you are truly motivated you understand the power of quieting the mind. You understand the power of solitude and going within in order to reflect and gain clarity. We must hear the intuitive voice within. Motivated people rely and depend on this powerful voice to help them when starting and maintaining a project.

R – Resilience:  Motivation is about resilience and “bounce backability.”  Getting back up when you fall down from the count. Getting back on the horse after you have fallen off.  Motivated people do not quit.  They understand that quitters never win and winners never quit. Are you a quitter or are you a winner?

S – Self–esteem: Self-esteem, self-worth comes from a place of having a solid sense of self.  If you are motivated you are strong, confident and comfortable in your own skin.  You know who you are and what you stand for. Your self-talk is positive and you use powerful affirmations to support your goals vision and values.

The motivated person understands that their persistence in focusing and accomplishing their goals continuously reinforces the perpetual cycle of self-esteem which in itself is reinforced by motivation.

T – Tenacity:  Motivated people are disciplined people. They have resolve, drive and determination.   They don’t just wait for things to happen they take control of their life and their destiny. Discipline or self-control jives  synonymously with motivation. Both are key factors in self-improvement.

U – Understanding:  Having compassion and consideration for others is central to being motivated. It’s not just about me, it is also about you.  Motivated people know how to listen with their ears and heart.  They seek to understand first, and to be understood second.

V – Visualization: Motivation without vision is like a boat on a dry land. Motivated people have a strong powerful vision that is intrinsically a part of who they are. They work at maintaining their vision; they value it highly as it propels them in terms of who they are, where they want to go, and who they want to be.

W – Wisdom: Insightful people with good judgment are prudent people who are   connected to their wise mind.  This comes from their ability to connect within, listen to others, and make their own decisions about what is right for them.  Grounded in their wise mind motivated people are able to share their knowledge wisdom and expertise with others.

X-FACTOR: Motivated people go big or they don’t go at all. They go all out. They make every effort to stand out and be different from others.  When you are motivated, you tend to put on “extras” on your life; extra time for family, extra help at work, extra care for friends and so on. It is nothing for a motivated person to go all out.

Y – Yes: Do you say “Yes” to life?  Motivated people do. Enthusiasm, flows through them their positive  attitude  towards life is infectious. They have a glass is full attitude, and abundance mentality that ensures that the right people connect with them.

Z – Zeroes:  The motivated person”zeroes” in on their dreams and they go for it!

Now you know the ABC’s of Motivation. How motivated are you?

If you would like to assess your level of motivation and then take a look at the complimentary e-book Your Motivation Profile.

Read the profiles of 3 amazing women who were able to step forward and take charge of their future.  Take the Motivation Profile Quiz and assess your level of motivation and readiness for change. Click on the link here.



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Get Motivated Now: What You Need to Know

advertisement-motivationprofileIs there a certain area of your life that you are dissatisfied with but lack the motivation to change?

Perhaps you SHOULD   (that dirty word) stop smoking?

You know it’s time to lose those 50Lbs you’ve been carrying ( I know about that one)

Maybe you SHOULD  cut back on your drinking

You have contemplated changing your situation  for a long while now,  lately you’ve been giving it a lot of thought but once again  lack of motivation  shows it’s ugly head.

Okay, you know you have problem in this area you have seriously  given it a lot of thought, you have the desire, you want to change but you seem to  lack the time energy and willingness to take the necessary steps that would propel you in the right direction.

You look at what needs to be done and you become overwhelmed immobilized and stuck which reinforces more negative feelings – guilt your motivation wanes and falls out the window.

That’s okay.

“Be patient with yourself,” according to  Steven Covey author of the Book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, “self growth is tender you are standing on sacred ground.”

Maybe it’s time to stop, pause and reflect, perhaps the change  you desire, has less to do with motivation and more to do with readiness, confidence and support.

Here are 3 simple questions that you can ask yourself to begin  to  assess your level of motivation. Using a rating scale  of 1-10

Where 1 is low and  10 is high:

How ready are you to make the change that you desire?

0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10

Not Ready                                                                                                                                                Ready

How confident are you that  you can make the change that you desire?


0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10

Not Confident                                                                                                                            Confident

What would it take for you to move from where you are now in the areas of readiness and confidence to a higher number on  each of these scales?

There are lots of reasons why we  might rate our level of motivation  less than ten when it comes to  being ready for change. Here are some of the excuses that we  use that contributes to our  inactivity.

  • Lack  of time
  • Afraid to fail
  • Change is hard
  • We might upset the status quo

Motivation  is often   loaded with ambivalence the immediate  cost energy and effort can often out weight the long term benefits.

I am sure when answering the questions above most people gave themselves a number above zero.

Asking yourself the question why did I not rate myself at 0 is a  great place to start in terms of moving forward.

Your answer to this question will build momentum and help to propel you forward into taking more positive action steps.

Lets not forget that change is a process.  We can simplify our levels of overwhelm    by understanding that small steps one at a time  is what gets results.

Perhaps focus on cutting down smoking rather than  stopping altogether.


Maybe just focusing  on losing 2lbs rather than 50lbs. etc.

How would you go about eating an elephant?(If you are in the business of eating elephants.)  The answer of course is one bite at a time.

Motivation: The  inner power, the desire, the ambition that pushes you to take action toward your aims, objectives,  aspirations, and  goals.

If you are ready to take a look at your   motivation level and readiness for change  then the complimentary e-book Your Motivation Profile is for you.

Read  the profiles of  3 amazing women who  took  the necessary steps to transform their circumstances. Take   a simple  Motivation Quiz to help you zero in on where you are in your motivation  and what your next steps need to be in order for you to reach your goal.

Click on the link  to get  your free e-book now.


Break the Chains and Step Forward into the Future.


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