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Honey, I Am Home

It’s been a whirlwind of trips for me. Just yesterday I arrived back from Las Vegas and I am off to go to Hawaii from which I will be hosting the next free call. If you haven’t signed up, please secure your spot right now. You only have a few days left.

I’ve been once again to a conference facilitated by my coach James Malinchak who works with many coaches just like me. There are always so many things to learn and absorb. I come back inspired and fired up.

Over the next few days I’ll be updating you about what I learned and who I have met. The first thing I want you to tell you about is my friend Larry.

Larry Broughton is an amazing man. He owns several exquisite hotels and he has been noted as the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year® , NaVOBA’s Vetrepreneur® of the Year , Entrepreneur Magazine’s Hot 500 and he is a former US Army Green Beret. Not that in my ignorance I knew all that much about what that was at first (except that all the guys turned pale and searched for the exit sign), but I am a quick study and his stories are great. He is dedicated to Veteran’s causes and does fantastic work. This is a man who is devoted to his family, his businesses and he is someone who makes a difference (and he’s my Mastermind buddy). I do get to hang out with amazing people.

We listened to a great speaker at the conference by the name of Darren Hardy who wrote a book that I’m reading and will be introducing to you very shortly. He happens to be the Publisher of Success Magazine, too. Darren and Larry are friends and luckily I got to meet Darren as well.

The story goes that Darren as a the publisher of Success Magazine is inundated with information from all kinds of guru’s. But the one thing he likes and reads and keeps is Larry’s FlashPoints. So I though I’ll be bringing this opportunity to you as well. I just signed up and today I received my first one and I love it.

What is FlashPoints? Go to Larry Broughton and sign up. You will receive a weekly ‘FlashPoint’. It’s like a mini meditation, a reminder a quick thought, a connection. Just something that will make you stop for a moment in your day-to-day insanity.

While I am a business gal, what most people don’t know about me is that I have done and continue to do a lot of personal work. I do believe in having the right mindset. I also believe that each of us has the power of creating who we want to be. A FlashPoint is a reminder of that.

Comments

  1. Larry Broughton says:

    Beate,
    Wow! Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts about FLASHPOINTS. I'm so glad we're "mastermind buddies." You are an inspiration, and your business savvy and creativity is impressive. Larry