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November 30, 2020

What’s Next? How Tall Are You?

How often I found where I should be going only by setting out for someplace else. Buckmaster Fuller.

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These are changing times. Society is undergoing a huge transformation. That’s what a pandemic does. It focuses the mind and the heart and forces honest, strategic thinking. A RESET is always challenging.

The willingness to start down a new road is always scary. Getting beyond outdated, limiting beliefs and behaviours in order to fashion a new version of ourselves is always stressful. But it is what it is.

Is this resonating? Could it be your time to think about taking another road?

Starting down a new road isn’t easy. It’s all about sewing seeds of new expectations for yourself and others, too. It’s about putting down conventional techniques, outdated dictates of society and rules of the market place. It will take a ton of courage thoughtful planning, hard work and much sacrifice. So what else is new?

That’s a tall order, I know. It’s not for everybody, but you’re not everybody. In the words of T.S. Eliot, “If you aren’t in over your head, how tall do you know you are?”

Stay safe. Stay strong. Stay connected.

I hope to see you here again soon.

GOOD NEWS!  My new book,  Dare To Be YouFive Bold Steps To Power Up Your Life, after a successful launch on Amazon, continues to move up  the charts. It’s a ‘must read’, I think, for anyone who wants to take their life to new heights and be the best version of themselves that they can be. I encourage you to read the introduction.

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If that is resonating, pick up a copy of the eBook, Dare To Be You, Five Bold Steps To Power  Up Your Life. It is packed with many helpful hints to help you find your path in this new world we’re all living in now. Order here. To purchase your personally signed copy of the Soft Cover Edition, or to order bulk quantities for your team members, or family and friends, email info@drewsimmie.com for information.

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