A passionate speaker, Dr. James Rouse, stated on the September 2013 Success CD that we have normalized obesity, sickness, depression and mediocrity. We are so accustomed to being less than healthy that we are no longer startled by it.
How many times have I heard someone say, "Well, you're over 40, what do you expect?" So many people are overweight, sick, moody or unhappy that we begin to think it is "normal".
Dr. Rouse challenges us to embrace healthier habits and live as an example to others. Show them life can be better, more enjoyable, happier and more fulfilling. He suggests putting one phrase on a stick note to hang where we can see it often. That phrase is, "I am a movie star!" This should remind us that we are part of an epic motion picture where our choices will influence and affect the lives of others. Those who are healthy should not be afraid to "live large", in a loving way, so that others will be captivated by what they see and want it for themselves.
She will be coming Saturday, April 5, from 10:00 - 5:00 for the Exceptional Expectation Conference. Shannon will be sharing her own powerful story as well as testimonies from dozens of people that she has worked with over the years. She is a dynamic speaker and a great motivator.
You can register online or by contacting me. The event will be at the Embassy Suites in Coraopolis, PA. Cost is $35 for Young Living wholesale members ($45 at the door) and guests are FREE! (promo code: GUEST).
Shannon will also be sharing on Friday night, April 4, from 7:00 - 9:00 at Panera Bread in Robinson Township, PA (across from Jared) about building a profitable business with Young Living. Let me know if you plan to attend so we will know we have enough space (and, if we don't, if we have to move the location).
What are you thoughts on "living large" and letting others take notice? Will you be attending the conference on April 5?
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