So this is what I am reading and working on-
The Creative Entrepreneur
Such a great book. Melody Ross had read the book and I was able to see her book at Brave Girl's Camp in October. I was at Barnes and Noble this weekend and it was on an end cap. It was a message to me.
I often get emails asking me about how I STARTED in the scrapbook industry, and for me this entire journey has been one of lots of learning, growth and huge fulfillment. So this book was one I felt not only will keep me focused but would may be of interest to some of you. The book is by LISA SONORA BEAM.
A little bit about the book:
"This book is designed s a do-it-yourself reference guide and toolbox meant to be used in an ongoing and as-needed way. You'll find powerful business and leadership tools (some little known or used except by the most skilled managers) that can be put to use at once, whether the problem is a result of an inner creative block or a simple lack of technical knowledge.
The processes shared in The Creative Entrepreneur can be accessed by all, but the specifics of each are as unique as the individual. That's why a cookie-cutter approach to succeeding in business so rarely works. The beauty of the process described here is that you are using proven tools to create your very own road map for getting from where you are right now to where you want to be. Where and how you travel will look very different from other people's paths." Lisa Sonora Beam
I love the chapter on FEELING... (it has to do with emotional responses and how we experience emotions)
Negative feelings: envy, jealousy, pettyness, impatience, rage, grief/loss, unworthy, futile, low self-esteem, guilt, fear, doubt.
So much more to the guidebook, and plan to create my own VISUAL journal.
Yesterday, Ty surprised me with a get away to downtown SLC. A quick overnight trip to stay at
We went to one of my favorite restaurants- The Roof.
After dinner was done this was the view of the city center. The Roof has an amazing buffet and we left stuffed. You should see the desserts- and I had to sample several-wink! I think my favorite's were the Mahi Mahi (served a bit Cajun) and the chocolate covered strawberries!!!!
The best part of the day was spending time with Ty, and laughing at the silliest things. He always tells me that I am a nut!!!! For example, the bathrooms in the hotel rooms had a telephone. I picked it up and started talking to Ty. Very random, things... like What are you doing now???? He was in the room and could hear me in the room through the intercom system. We were only a few feet apart. I know,.. silly!!!
Hope you had a GREAT weekend too!!!!!