43 posts from year 2012

The Secret of Building Blocks

Building Blocks They can just be blocks or they can be used as a resource to build from.

It's up to your perception.

How do you see the building blocks in your life? Are they tools for your growth, or are they barriers? You get to choose how you perceive and handle life's conflicts, setbacks and challenges. photo credit: stevendepolo

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I’m the Hero of This Story

Hero Everyone around me is a character. I can experience the characters of my world in the same way I experience characters in fiction. I can care for them, perhaps even love them, but in the end, I can only be a watcher of their story. I am a viewer of their narrative, their plot line, and the archetypes they have chosen to embrace and act out. The only character within my power is my own. I do not have to allow anything or anyone outside of me to dictate my reality. I have a choice as to what character I play, and the type of story I reside in. I get to create this. In my story, I get to be in choice, deciding who I want to be and what I want to do, but like when I am watching TV or reading a book, the other characters that live in my story are not mine to control. I only get to decide what the hero does, I only get to decide what I do.

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Angela G. Horn: October 2012 Innerpreneur Spotlight

Angela G. Horn

Angela G. Horn Freelance Writer, Minimalist Lifestyle Blogger & Public Speaker Find Angela on Twitter | Facebook

I am:

A relapsed coffee addict.

My passion is for:

Minimalism as ethos.

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Our Relationships of Integrity

Exchange They are our relationships built on mutual trust and respect. They are our relationships in which worries subside over being taken advantage of, or of needing to control. They are our relationships where both parties act with confidence and ease. They are our relationships in which games are not played, and expectations and needs are communicated clearly. These are our relationships of integrity. They are our connections where we express and share without reservation.

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defining my market niche

defining my market niche I’m excited to announce that I’ve created another workbook for the Nutshell Series, defining my market niche. This workbook takes you on a fun adventure in looking at your market and specifically identifying who your ideal client is in it, and what they need to hear from you. The workbook is 19 pages and includes 9 probing questions to expanding your thinking. made with love for you, TJSignature Other workbooks currently in the Nutshell Series are exploring brand me and developing my communication strategy. Each book focuses on a specific aspect of designing your marketing communications and provides guidance on discovering the strategies that are uniquely right for you and your business.

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