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What’s Your Why?

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What is your Why?




I recently attended a conference and some of the content was right on target for me. I have been talking about finding the key to what’s next in your journey should be focused on finding and tapping into your passion to live life on purpose. What may help this message resonate for you is defining the difference between motivation and inspiration. 

Jim Howard, a conference speaker  and coincidentally the guiding voice behind finalizing my book title and cover design, stated the comparison of motivation and inspiration quite succinctly and simplistically.

Motivation is a short-term effect to get you past the moment. It usually comes from an external push.

Inspiration keeps you going, is your internal pull that is forever present.

Discover your inspiration and you will know your ‘Why’ without question. Put inspiration in all you do.



Light At the End of the Tunnel

Oh yea…. sometimes you need to step back and take a breath. I have been AWOL for a couple of months. My fault, the-day-to-day distractions and intensity of getting a book published put writing  for the blog on hold. However, there are some parallels that emerged during the hiatus.

The Wealthy Teacher book will be published by Morgan James Publishing of NYC. Wooo hooo. Now the real work begins, I can really see my light, but I also want to help all of the educators facing a job loss see their light at the end of that tunnel. They are asking what’s next, where do I go, what do I do? I can help and so can you!

My goal is to give as many educators as possible a book free or for S&H cost only. They will then recognize that someone understands their plight and feelings. That I walked in their shoes and know that with a sound plan that taps into what really drives them, their passion, that they can create their own light beam.

How can you help? 10 days ago a campaign launched to fund the books for educators and there are only a few days remaining. Remember, I was also an educator and have the same limited resources but a burning desire to support and guide them. Please take these 3 easy steps.

Step 1 – Visit:

Please visit the site today, there are only a few days left to get the needed resources.

Step 2: Click the RED Fuel Project button and support my efforts.

Step 3: Spread the word, share with your network and help educators facing layoff, and forced retirements.

If you have other ideas on how to support educators leaving the system, please share.

Let’s make that light shine bright!!

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