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Before you go on to conquer the world in 2010, don’t you think it’s important to celebrate how far you have come this year?
What have you accomplished?
What are you proud of?
And so importantly – what are you grateful for? (Because gratitude not only feels good – it generates growth.)
I’ll start. Below I’ll share what I’m proud to have accomplished this year, and what I’m grateful for.
But don’t read it passively. Oh no.
At the bottom I’m going to ask you to write YOUR Celebratory for 2009.
As you read mine, ideas will spark for what you can celebrate this year. Then I’ll ask you to go straight to the blog and post for the world to see. By sharing your accomplishments you’ll inspired others to make magic happen this year, as well as be inspired by what others have posted.
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DAVID’S CELEBRATORY FOR 2009
Health & Lifestyle
- Moved to San Francisco and created a lovely home/nest for myself in the redwoods
- Learned to really meditate and recharge; investigating a health issue
- Created a cool 16 min speech for students at my old high school (or any school): Part 1 and Part 2
- Helped create and acted in a rockin’ 3 min film done entirely in 10 hours
- Discovered bughouse chess
- Did The Work, The Work, and The Work
- Recovered from an intense breakup
- Made some wonderful new, close friends (e.g. Andrew, Decker, Bryan), and am well supported by my old friends
- Explored two wonderful romances (and some awesome dating)
- Built valuable business relationships
- Am incredibly supported in the business by Beth and Sarah
Finance & Business & Career
- Received an Australian government grant
- Accumulated 4000 friends on facebook
- Launched the Coaches Inner Circle with (with Ezra’s help)
- Have the book ‘Get Paid For Who You Are’ close to completion (after investing $35,000 and countless hours)
- Jack Canfield kindly agreed to write the foreword
- Turned down four publishers in favor of self publishing
- Lined up 6 million email addresses to hear about the book launch
- Put a HUGE effort into a global publicity campaign that may never happen (had fun and learned a lot)
- Met Richard Branson
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Action – now it’s time for YOU
Don’t just read my Celebratory, make this valuable for you.
Whether you spend 1 minute or 1 day on it doesn’t matter.
Just post it.
Remember, where there is gratitude and appreciation, there is growth. It’s critical to chew and swallow what you’ve received this year, before asking for more.
If you find yourself judging your achievements – good! This is an opportunity to look deeper at what you can be grateful for. AND – to light the fire in your belly to really make 2010 count.
Go ahead – post your Celebratory now.
70,000 people receive my newsletters. If only 10% of you post your Celebratory on the blog right now, we’ll have 7,000 pieces of wonderful acknowledgment, celebration and gratitude.
Will yours be one of them?
I invite you send people to this blog post as an invitation to your friends to participate in this gratitude movement. And ask them to post as well.
(Hint: be sure and tell them to add their name to the post, so you can find it on the blog!)
Love and gratitude,
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