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Guest Blog: The Inspired Action Plan – taking Action is good, taking Inspired Action is Divine!

  1. Find out what you want. If you don’t know what you want, find out what you don’t want, then reverse it. 2. Write a list of your goals and desires. 3. Make a vision board with images and words. (optional) Write down your wishes and add images to them to activate your left and right side of the brain. Make a small vision board for each goal or create one big board. 4. Ask for divine guidance and answers. 5. Become aware of your surroundings and watch for “signs” in the form of vivid dreams, chance encounters, actual street signs, something lying on the ground where you walk. It could be a note, a piece of paper or an item. Ask yourself how this could relate to your questions and guidance to reach your goals. Let your feelings guide you. If the action feels good to you or just “feels right”, it’s inspired action. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A while ago, when I was trying to figure out a way to express my creativity, somehow despite my very busy work schedule, I “coincidentally” found two books in the recycling area of our building. People often leave things there instead of throwing them in the trash, just in case someone else might be able to get some use out of them. The two books that stared me in the face were titled: “Twitter 2.0? and “Professional Blogging for Dummies”.  I picked them up, but at the time didn’t quite know what to do with them. It just seemed “interesting”.  A few days later I got to a point where I felt so extremely...

The Power of Story Telling – XanGo and Joe Morton

  We had a fabulous event and missed everyone who couldn’t join this year!! Hosts Grace & Bob Dyck self catered with help of friends – making FAVAO style meals (chicken, beans and salad). VERY EXCITING to have XanGo founder Joe Morton, one of 6 owners, and the guy who brought Mangoteen to the world, in a relaxed backyard event (Joe Morton and myself in featured photo). No suit & tie, no stage, simply a backyard BBQ with friends and people who care about each other! My favourite story of Joe’s is about PAYING ATTENTION to the little things (story about his son and how Joe almost overlooked the meaning behind a toy the son put together for Joe’s road trip). Joe also shared how XanGo got started as a company, based on The Butterfly Effect, which is the same process that keeps the company growing today – sharing a story with one person at a time and the EFFECT this has over the long term!! It all starts with paying attention to the little things in life and having an inquisitive enough mind to ask questions. Sharing an idea with one person that leads to a next step which leads to a bigger step. 10 years later we have a Wellness company that has created 100 million dollar clubs earners and thousands of people with monthly paycheques from a few hundred dollars per month to several thousand dollars per month – over $2 Billion Dollars of XanGo Juice sold (plus the other fabulous wellness products) and hundreds of health success stories. As Joe would say, “Folks, we have...
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