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May 2013 Newsletter

May 2013 Newsletter

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Our Thirtyonederful May 2013 Newsletter!
Our Thirtyonederful May 2013 Newsletter!

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MAY 2013 VOLUME 5, ISSUE 5
Courtney Hawkins
, Independent Senior Executive Directore-mail:Courtney@AchieveSuccessWithCourtney.comphone: 727-631-5274
 
God gives every bird a worm, but he does not throw it into the nest. Swedish Proverb 
Happy June, Thirtyonederfuls! I am SO excited about this summer and connecting with so many of you  through our training calls, one on one calls, Bible Study, Celebrate and Connect meetings and National Conference! We have so many amazing things to celebrate with Thirty-One. This year is Thirty-One's 10 Year Anniversary! And, this month, we are celebrating a NEW YEAR in your Thirty-One business!!! Did you know that our calendar year with Thirty-One runs from June to May?! So, set your goals high! Where do you want Thirty-One to take YOU this year? DREAM BIG because anything can happen! My goal and passion with Thirty-One is to inspire and empower women and I am here to EMPOWER you to achieve your dreams! My heart's desire is to partner with you on your journey to success! Are you ready to take that next step? Email me so that we can develop a plan specifically for YOU! With Thirtyonederful Blessings, Courtney 
 
 
 The world's most successful people have one thing in common: they think differently from everyone else. This ishow John C. Maxwell introduces his New York Times bestseller, How Successful People Think:Consider developing a thinking schedule.Devote 80% of your energy to the most important 20% of your activities. Remember that you can't be everywhere,know everyone, and do everything. And avoid multitasking  They're also selective about spending most of their time with people who challenge them.“Ideas have a short shelf life. You must act on them before the expiration date." Thoughts need to be "shaped until they have substance" and need to stand the test of "clarity and questioning." Thinking with others yields higher returns. It's like giving yourself a shortcut. That's why brainstorming sessions areso effective. To reject popular thinking you must be OK with feeling uncomfortable.Break the issue down, Ask why the problem needs to be solved, Identify the key issues, Review your resources, Putthe right people in place. Try new routes to work, meet new people, read books you might even consider boring. The key is exposure to new ideas and ways of life. You can't think you're always right. Give other concepts a chance. They decide what they want to learn from people before walking through the door.If you're not reflecting, it's holding you back more than you think. As Socrates said, "An unexamined life is not worth living."Smart people don't see limitations. They see possibilities. They embrace ambiguity, don't fear failure, and hang out with other creative people. You must appreciate the truth, do your homework and get the facts, think through the pros and cons, consider the worst-case scenario, and align your thinking with your resources.
 
 

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