“Success is measured by the amount of joy you feel.” A. Hicks
“True Wealth is determined by the amount of discretionary time you have.” – Alan Weiss
Do you agree with the above quotes?
If so, you’ll want to meet 4-time Oprah guest and Connection Expert Mary Loverde who is the epitome of a wealthy, successful person.
Mary is also a walking-talking example of someone who has set her SerenDestiny in motion.
The author of best-selling books Stop Screaming at the Microwave and I Used to Have a Handle on Life – But It Broke, spokesperson for Gogurt and The American Sleep Council and keynoter for such top organizations as Pfizer, Four Seasons and Lockheed Martin; Mary got a deep urge last year to sell her dream home (that she had spent years designing and developing) and . . . “go with the flow.”
Yes, she still speaks for large organizations around the world, and yes she is blogging about her adventures so her many fans can vicariously experience her thought-provoking epiphanies, however her primary mission for the next few years is to “dance with life.”
See, Mary discovered ballroom dancing awhile back and has discovered it is a perfect metaphor for life.
Dancing is about partnering, taking it one step at a time, trusting, balancing, being willing to try new things and moving easily, effortlessly and joyfully.
When you think about it . . . life is about partnering, taking it one step at a time, trusting, balancing, being willing to try new things and moving easily, effortless and joyfully.
You’ve heard of transforming your life? Mary is danceforming her life.
Awhile back Mary mentioned to me that her philosophy these days is easy and effortless.
When she said this, I looked at her, askance.
“Wow. Mary, that’s contrary to the Puritan work ethic I grew up with. I’m pretty sure I heard somewhere along the way that if something’s easy, it’s not worth doing or having. My default belief is hard work is rather noble and is its own best reward. I love my business, but I work pretty hard at it. I put in long hours, often 6-7 days a week.”
Mary laughed and said, “I used to believe that too . . . but that results in a life where you work hard and then you die. I’m convinced there’s more to life than that. We are supposed to live in abundance, well-being and joy. The good news is, when we perceive things as being easy and effortless, it helps make them so.”
Hmmm . . . food for thought.
If you’re curious about this intriguing approach to life, join us for a free tele-interview on March 28 at 8 pm ET as Mary joins us from Kauai (yes, as in Hawaii . . . and yes, this is part of the story) and shares her step-by-step process for re-intenting yourself.
Are you thinking, “I have a family to take care of, bills to pay. I can’t abandon my responsibilities and run off to Hawaii to find myself.”
Rest assured. Mary doesn’t suggest that as she’s clear you’re as likely to find yourself in your backyard as you are in Bali.
You will discover that reintenting yourself and setting your SerenDestiny in motion is not selfish, indulgent or hedonistic – it is one of the most responsible things you can do as it results in more joy which serves you and everyone around you.
Really, we were not put here to suffer – we were put here to live fully and to revel in life and appreciate it.
If you’ve ever wondered how to:
· Combine your passion and profession
· Make a “good living” doing what you love
· Feel good now . . . not someday when you retire or have more time and money
· Have the courage to be exactly who you are – on purpose – and get paid for it
· Discover what puts the light on in your eyes, the smile in your soul, the dance in your step
. . join us March 28th at 8 pm ET as Sam Horn interviews Mary Loverde http://www.maryloverde.com
I’ve known Mary for 15 years and can promise a fascinating interview with a one-of-a-kind individual who is role-modeling that not only can we have the best of all worlds . . . it is our right and responsibility.
If you are ready to take your next step in life – but are not sure how – Mary’s step-by-step strategies will teach you how. Email us at info@SamHorn.com with “Mary Loverde” in the subject heading and we’ll send call-in instructions for that March 28 tele-interivew.
Or, if you can’t make the live interview and are interested in the MP3 recording, contact us at info@SamHorn.com.