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Your post could not have come at a more perfect time. I have been in a business partnership with my best & dearest friend for 6yrs. Just this past week I left. It was a hard decision because I loved the company we built. I loved coming into work every day. Over time my partner lost her drive and commitment. I dont have time for laziness and excuses. I believe in myself and my work. I will continue this venture but on my own and follow the vision Ive always held in my heart. I didnt know it at the time but I burned my first boat. And let me tell you I feel like a new girl! Thank you & I wish you continued success- Peace & love
Your such an inspiration...I've followed your story since we first met at the book club in Ft. Lauderdale. You inspired me to launch my own website and a successful 2 years later...I thank you for motivating me to get off my butt and just do it! Congrats on the success of your business and I look forward to reading many more blog entries. Xoxo.-Kelly.
In recent months, I have spent time reading about and watching other people who have achieved 'success' in their lives. By success, I don't necessarily mean wealth, but more that true calling, purpose-filled life that I strive for. Obviously Oprah is at the top of this list for me, and she has impacted my life in major ways, including her contribution to my driving desire to start RuffleButts. It was a simple show about other entrepreneurs that lit my fire. Their excitement and passion pretty much jumped through the TV at me and said "you can do this"! Since then, Oprah has weaved in and out of my story in a few life-changing ways. She always seems to provide the positive influence that I need at the moment, which brings me to her recent interview with Tony Robbins. Tony made a statement that just resonated with me in every way. I'll let you watch for yourself the 1.5 minute video...