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Top Seven Things I Learned in 2010

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With 2011 just days away, I am allowing myself to sit back and reflect on what was, good and bad. Thankfully, it was a good year. There have been a few years I couldn't wait til they were gone. So, what have I learned this year?

1. I learned I am a good friend. I am very selective on who I consider a friend, because I think friendships take effort. They don't just magically happen. I am fortunate that I have friends that are really cool and down to earth. Considering there was a study done which stated that the majority of people did not have 2 friends, I think I hit the jackpot.

2. I learned that I am far more talented than I give myself credit for. In my defense, when anyone is in the midst of doing something they rarely can see the full view.

3. I leaned that I have a lot to offer to my online community. Everyone needs a laugh or encouragement from time to time, fortunately, I have been able to give that with some of my antics or words from some of the world's greatest.

4. I learned that sometimes loving someone sometimes means that you can't be around them as they purposely destroy their life. I may want to be, but I know that a person intent on self destruction also likes to bring others down with them.

5. Meeting new people is cool. This year I have had the great fortune of meeting many great people who I had only known online. What a gift.

6. There is no bon bon truck. For all under the illusion that if you work at home that you will do nothing but eat bon bons and be fanned by handsome men, I hate to burst your bubble, but there is no bon bon truck. I spend my day looking at reports, acquiring media assets, making calls, and screaming at the computer for not telling me what I want it to say.

7. It's ok to jump sometimes. If you want to grow a business and take it to a level it has never been, that requires jumping off a cliff sometimes. It's sorta scary, but at the same time there is an excitement in the air.

So, 2010 is about to go down in the history books, but I am so glad that I was able to live it, and live it well.


Whatever you are, be a good one. - Abraham Lincoln
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