Pain- Where do you draw the line?

Today the thought that has been circling around my mind has been pain. I have been in physical pain today and it made me start thinking about life pain and how much pain are you willing to go through before you do something about that pain.

Hi all

Today the thought that has been circling around my mind has been pain.  I have been in physical pain today and it made me start thinking about life pain and how much pain are you willing to go through before you do something about that pain.

The pain could be the pain of been away from your children all day, not getting to travel the way you want to, dealing with the daily traffic commute, bullies in the workplace, or simply not having time to do what you want because you are tied to a J.O.B.

When is that pain going to get too much, so you have to make a change in your life or mindset to get what you actually want in life?  For some people they may be satisfied, and endure the pain but for many something will click and they will decide, enough, I need to make changes now.  The change may be that they have a health issue which forces them to re-think their lives, they might have a dream or vision that tells them they have to change, they need to change what they are doing everyday.

In my case it was a partner redundancy which has inspired me to get my financial freedom so I can spend more time with my husband doing what we want to do.  He has committed to starting his own business online and offline and that was the impetus I needed to get mine started.

When I was looking I found the wonderful TILT team and have not looked back.  Every day I am learning more reading people’s blogs, listening to team calls and checking out the communications of all the team on Facebook.  Loving seeing the success of my fellow team members and seeing the changes that are happening to me.  I never imagined two weeks ago that I would be able to consistently write a blog, writing has never been my thing.  This team has just encouraged me all the way.

If you want this kind of encouragement, have decided you have reached your pain point and want to do something different with your life, make contact with me on Facebook, Twitter or Linked In and I can show you how to have the freedom, time, travel you want.

Alternatively click the banner in the middle of this article and take the trial.  Let me know what you think.  I look forward to seeing you doing what you want with your life.

Spring Cleaning

Today the thought of spring cleaning has been going through my mind. The reason for this is that I have been doing quite a bit of cleaning today in preparation for leaving my husband at home to work while I am in the office. As I as thinking about Spring Cleaning I also thought about the concept of spring cleaning the mind.

Today the thought of spring cleaning has been going through my mind.  The reason for this is that I have been doing quite a bit of cleaning today in preparation for leaving my husband at home to work while I am in the office.  As I as thinking about Spring Cleaning I also thought about the concept of spring cleaning the mind.

By Spring cleaning the mind I mean getting rid of a old thinking and getting the mind into the new thinking that will help you succeed.  It is getting ridding of the negative self-talk and replacing it with empowering thoughts.  It is getting rid of the baggage of the past and replacing it with the future you desire.

I have a friend that has gone from not knowing what to do with her life, depressed and feeling hopeless to this wonderful butterfly that shines every day now and is really looking at things she never imagined she would be able to do, like owning her own house.  She has decided that she will no longer be an anchor on herself but will instead fly by running her own business based around her passion.  The change has been amazing to watch.

I am doing this blogging and it amazes me daily what I am managing to talk about.  I never knew I could write, and I have been changing my thinking to make sure I blog everyday of the challenge.  To me it is a new determination to succeed.  I need to succeed this time so I am making sure that I am also doing a spring clean of my mind and mixing with people that are successful and learning from them.  The training I am getting through both IPAS2 and Empower is amazing and I am seeing new people join and immediately succeed. One of the stories I had the honour of hearing the other day was a fellow New Zealander who within 24 hours had all of the money she paid for the Pro package returned to her.

If you follow the system you will succeed.

If you want to join me in this wonderful system please contact me on Facebook or click the banner in the middle of the post.  I love your comments and feedback

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Opportunity is Everywhere

Opportunities are everywhere. You just need to put it out there what you want and you will see opportunities to get there everywhere.

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I have been reading one of our many books “Money Success and You” by John Kehoe and one of the chapters is opportunity is everywhere.  We saw John Kehoe live many years ago and collected a number of his books including his most famous “Mind Power”

This is so true, I am seeing it everywhere.  As I mentioned in earlier blogs my husband has just been made redundant but we are not sad.  We are looking at this as an opportunity.  This is the opportunity we have been looking for where Alan can start his own business and start doing Business Coaching.  Since we have decided we are doing Business Coaching we have now found a number of TV Programs that are wonderful in teaching my husband how he can do coaching.  We have come across a really wonderful program called The Million Dollar Intern and we are learning so much from this, also programs like Secret Shopper.  Before we put it out there that we were doing Business Coaching we had not noticed programs like these before.

Another way I am seeing opportunities is our girlfriend who has been struggling for years can now see herself as a business owner is going to start a business blogging about Animals and doing a pet-care service (primarily cats). She is eager and excited.  She is seeing potential everywhere now.  It is exciting to see.

And of course when I wasn’t really looking I found this amazing IPAS2 opportunity.  I am seeing people having success everyday so I am just trying to get my name out there daily.  I am using Twitter, Facebook and Linked in to post my blogs daily as well as my own site http://millions.freeservers.com which I have had for a number of years. I am also trying to use a number of the traffic generators I have used over the years with varying levels of success.

This is the first time I have really stuck to the goal of writing a blog and I think I am doing reasonably well.  This is my eleventh one in the 21 day challenge.

Anyone can do this and see opportunities when their head is in the right mindset.  Opportunities really are everywhere.

Reasons to do an Online Business

It is called The Young New Zealanders Foundation and is responsible for arranging programmes in schools to help children with self-Esteem.

Hi all

Well continuing with the theme I have been using for the last few days, I am going to introduce another of the New Zealand charitable organisations that I support and with this business intend to support even more.

At this stage because I am time constrained with a JOB I can not spend my time actually volunteering so I assist financially.  In future I would love to be able to get my hands dirty with the charitable organisation I am supporting.  This is one where I could really help out.  It is called The Young New Zealanders Foundation and is responsible for arranging programmes in schools to help children with self-Esteem.

On the resources page of the website this is what it explains thy do.

Under the umbrella of the Valuing Life vision, the Young New Zealanders Foundation has a range of resources and strategies for enhancing individual resilience in young people. Some of the questions central to our thinking are: What contributes to a healthy, successful life in contemporary society?

  • How can we build resiliency in young people?
  • What protective features make it less likely a young person will stray off the path, self-harm, or commit suicide?
  • How can we foster a sense of purpose, direction, and vision?
  • What “developmental assets” or “building blocks of healthy development” can incorporated into our resources?

The Young New Zealanders Foundation believes that all of the resources described below engage young people in all five sections of the Valuing Life model.

This foundation has put together resources for parents and schools ranging from pre-school programme called Amazing Me, through to youth getting ready for employment called Career Passport to success.  The programme that got me involved originally was the Gemstone Programme which is aimed at the 11-14 age-group and is worked around the Values Curriculum part of New Zealand Curriculum.  The description of this programme is A resource for schools, aimed at young people from ages 11 to 14 years old. Gemstones offers students the opportunity to explore and reflect on family relationships, choices, self-management, bullying, resisting drugs and alcohol, and appreciating and valuing life. It gives students the opportunity to set personal goals and change their attitudes to life. Gemstones aligns with the schools’ Values Curriculum.

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This really got my interest up so I have been supporting them for a few years now.

I support anything which teaches people to be positive and that there is something out there for everyone.  That is why I love the IPAS2 System and the Empower Network.

The learnings available through both these programmes are amazing and they will help anyone already in marketing with skills and techniques to help their whole team.

Come and join me and check this wonderful programme.

 

Another Business Reason

My husband and I are what are called Red Angels – this means that we give a regular contribution

 

Life Flight TrustHi all, yesterday I talked about my favourite charity and reason for doing online marketing and getting financially free.  Today I want to talk about another charity which is close to my heart.

My husband and I are what are called Red Angels – this means that we give a regular contribution to the Life Flight Trust.  Many years ago my husband and I were members of the emergency response unit. This was a Civil Defence rescue team and as part of our training we did some work with the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and the Life Flight trust. These people are called out to help people that need air ambulance help immediately.

Here is the History and how the Life Flight Trust came about

Belief in a better way

In 1929 a boy was born next to the runway in Wellington, his name was Peter Button. He grew up watching planes and helping out at the local fire station. From that runway, Peter’s passion for flying became a vision for a better way for New Zealand.

The Wahine disaster

Peter’s house shook as Cyclone Giselle, one of the worst storms to ever hit New Zealand, reached Wellington in 1968. He heard the cyclone had caused the inter-island ferry Wahine to come aground in Wellington Harbour so he rushed to the beach to help.

As 51 people drowned in sight of shore Peter realised a helicopter would have been able to rescue people from the sea. On that beach he famously said the words that founded Life Flight, “There has to be a better way.”

History in the making

Despite challenging bureaucracy and lack of funding Peter learned to fly and created a rescue helicopter service. He made history and eventually his work culminated in the launch of The Life Flight Trust. The Trust’s operations and equipment set records and lead the way in air rescue work in New Zealand and around the world.

Local hero

Peter Button became a household name and a local hero. In 1982 his work was recognised with an OBE and he also received a Queen’s Gallantry Medal for bravery in 1987.

 Tragedy strikes

In 1987 Peter was flying the Westpac Rescue Helicopter on a police mission when the machine hit power lines. The crash was fatal for all those onboard.

Thousands lined the streets of Wellington for the memorial service and a cortege of helicopters flew overhead to honour the loss of one of New Zealand’s heroes.

The Governor General, Sir Peter Reeves, became patron of The Life Flight Trust and a public appeal was launched in Peter’s memory. Donations poured in to continue his vision.

The dream is realised

Peter Button’s incredible vision of a 24/7 dedicated emergency air service has gone on to save more than 22,000 lives around New Zealand. Through the support of the community, Life Flight has become the organisation one pioneering New Zealander dreamed of.

Find out how you can help continue Peter Button’s life-saving dream.

 

As you can see this plays a big part in the life of Wellingtonians.

This is something I would love to be able to give more time as well as finance to, and am looking forward to being able to in the future.

If you have a charity, passion you want to spend more time on why don’t you join me by clicking the banner in the middle of this article or contacting me on Facebook or Twitter so we can work together on making the world a better place.

One of the Reasons I am in Business

The Wellington Free Ambulance service has played a big part in our lives and Alan and I have always said when we can afford it we would like to be able to purchase an ambulance, kit it out completely and pay for the crew for it.

One of the reasons why I am in business is so I can spend time working with my favourite charity, Wellington Free Ambulance.

The Wellington Free Ambulance service has played a big part in our lives and Alan and I have always said when we can afford it we would like to be able to purchase an ambulance, kit it out completely and pay for the crew for it.  Wellington Free Ambulance is the only free ambulance service in New Zealand.  They have been providing a free ambulance service since 1927.  Here is an excerpt from the reason for the service

“A man was lying on the cold footpath with the crowd just standing around looking at him.  I asked: has anyone sent for a doctor – yes they had.  Has anyone sent for an ambulance – no, they couldn’t get one from the hospital.   This really set the idea of a free ambulance service going in my mind.” Charles Norwood, city mayor and philanthropist.  The year was 1927.

This vision was a gift that has held through the years and makes Wellington Free Ambulance 100% unique.  

For us the service has always been in our lives.  They were there when my Father-in-law had to go into hospital multiple times a year as he suffered from Emphysema, They have been there when I have needed help with medical issues for both my husband and I, they are there for anyone in the Wellington region who needs assistance with an ambulance.

Check out the website for more information http://www.wfa.org.nz/

The only way the Wellington Free Ambulance is funded is by donations so if you would like to help every dollar is appreciated.

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I am doing this business so I can really afford to be philanthropic. Is that what you would like to do? To support your favourite charities?

If you do then join me by connecting on Facebook, leaving a comment here, or clicking on the link in the middle.

 

Imagine the Future

Imagine the Future. What do you imagine the future will be like? Do you imagine a science fiction type of future? Where do you see yourself in a week, a year, or even five years from now?

Imagine the Future. What do you imagine the future will be like? Do you imagine a science fiction type of future? Where do you see yourself in a week, a year, or even five years from now? Do you like what you imagine or do you want to change the image you are seeing.

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I am going to use this blog platform to get my freedom so I can live the life I have always imagined of travelling and enjoying time with my husband and friends, not having to work a J.O.B.

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Motivational Quotes

Here are 10 quotes I have taken today which I think are most important at this time of my journey. They are mainly about using time wisely and going outside of our comfort zones and of course dreams.

Hi all, today is my first blog using the Kalatu platform and this is what it suggested first.  It was good because today I have been adding more and more motivational quote feeds to my Twitter so it worked out well.

Here are 10 quotes I have taken today which I think are most important at this time of my journey. They are mainly about using time wisely and going outside of our comfort zones and of course dreams.

We could all use a little motivation in our lives! Here are 10 powerful personal development quotes to help inspire…

  1. The only limits to the possibilities in your life tomorrow are the buts you use today. -Les Brown
  2. You can’t borrow your way to prosperity. Look for ways to create value and you will attract money. – Randy Gage
  3. Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential. » W. Churchill
  4. You must do one thing each day which makes you feel uncomfortable. »Richard Parkes Cordock
  5. We must use time wisely and forever realize that the time is always ripe to do right. » Mandela
  6. For changes to be of any true value, they’ve got to be lasting and consistent. » Tony Robbins
  7. It is not what we get. But who we become, what we contribute… that gives meaning to our lives- Tony Robbins
  8. Man, alone, has the power to transform his thoughts into physical reality »Napoleon Hill
  9. Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. » Les Brown
  10. People are where they are because that is exactly where they really want to be »E. Nightingale

There are so many motivational quotes and speakers when you start looking.  I love the spiritual side like Doreen Virtue and Louise Hay as well as all of the quotes above.   Louise Hay started me going years a go with her book “Feel the Fear and do it anyway” and Doreen Virtue does beautiful spiritual encouragement, with her angels and healing cards.