Happy Thanksgiving!

As you gather round with your loved ones, reminiscing over the year, please know how grateful I am for your presence.

In your own way, each of you are making a difference, and I’m grateful to have connected with many of you personally — sharing your light, your joy, your compassion.

As time moves by, days becomes even more precious.  We all have limited time to do what we want while on earth.  That’s why it’s important, to step into your greatness.

Recognize this:  we can choose to make a bigger difference by committing to our vision… to ongoing learning… to facing tomorrow with faith over fear.  Nothing is more compelling than creating and sharing your stories.

To make it easier for you to build your impact, I’ve put together my first, “Black Friday Special.”

Check out these 80% savings through Monday night!



AND – You have the first peek at the debut of our anthology launch –
“The Difference Makers:  True Stories of Superstar Leaders Uplifting Our World.”    It’s reserved for 24 business leaders who are willing to get their stories out in new best-seller, that will be promoted with video interviews and much more.  All for a huge savings….
See:  https://greatlegacystories.com.  If you or someone you recommend would like to take advantage of this, please be in touch soon.

NOTE:  EARLY BIRD DEADLINE will be extended until December 31st.  Once openings are filled, we won’t be able to take any more applicants.  If you’re interested, take action soon.  I will be out of my office from December 6th for about 7-10 days.  All emails will be answered after that time.

All the best to you,


P.S.  Timeless wisdom from writer, A.A. Milne, author of Winnie The Pooh:
You can’t stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.  
 Pooh, “Pooh’s Little Instruction Book”
(Reflection by blog writer, Stephanie Vermillion)
As Pooh “notes” in his little instruction book, life is about more than cozying up in our favorite corners or staying in our safe spaces to avoid the unknown. Putting ourselves out there leads to new experiences, important lessons, and valuable friendships we’d never form staying safe at home. There’s a dazzling, enriching world just waiting beyond our comfort zones, if we’re brave enough to leave our corner of the forest.