Are you doing what you love?  Do you love what you are doing?  There are some great books out there on the subject.  I am just re-reading the Attractor Factor by Joe Vitale.  It is a great book and quick and easy to read.  I love wrking with great people, eiether in person or via their teachings. I was on a course with Roger Hamilton last week and loved it. I met some amazing people who I know I will keep in touch with.  How great that when we all pull together we can make significant changes. 

“We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world” Buddha

“Things are only impossible until they are not” – Jean-Luc Picard – Star Trek!

Have you ever wanted to change something in your life and wished for it but then cancelled out the wish by going “oh well, it will never happen”?  When we all work as a “team” we bring out the best in each other.  When we all support and encourage each other to follow our dreams we bring about multiple opportunities.  Working together raises the collective energy and is also great fun.  So many great things can happen! The next “Dream nights” will be on 16th and 19th June.  If you would like to come along, please email me . It will be held at Loughborough 7.30 – 9.30, £5 per person. 

I also have a free offer for a workshop “The Secret of Success” with Mark Sharratt for anyone with access to


on either 9th July or 19th July. Click here for more information.

Keeping in mind what we love is so important.  Even my cousin reminded me tonight that it is so important for her family to keep remembering the concepts in my book “Three steps”.  Keep in mind what we love about our lives, ourselves and what we are doing etc.  Look for anything , however small. Even better, add a laugh or giggle!  I met up with Karen at the weekend and saw the great work she is doing in Gentle Touch Reflexology and especially with new Mum’s and babies. She trained here some years ago and now weaves her magic in


. We had a fabulous time together chatting, discussing and walking.  The laughs were constant around the chiminea and helped with some lovely red wine.  She has a lovely husband and also two gorgeous daughters (who proudly showed me their fabulous prom dresses), how lucky they are to have each other. They all pull together and love and support each other.  We even did some beer mat entrepreneur stuff and drew out the basic concept for a new product whilst cooking breakfast. What fun!

“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed that’s all who ever have” Margaret Mead.