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My One Word to the World

Filed under: Motivation — by Glenda at 4:21 pm on Friday, October 2, 2009

Gail Lynne Goodwin presenting at SSOBCon: Biz School for Bloggers

While at SOBCon: Biz School for Bloggers back in May, I had the pleasure of meeting Gail Lynne Goodwin. Overflowing with enthusiasm and passion – and a hug for everyone – I understand why she founded InspireMeToday.com, a website which provides great inspiration from a different luminary each day.

Gail kindly invited me to be a inspirational luminary:

Imagine you had to leave only 500 words as the very best of what you’ve learned in your life, and as a gift to the world. What would you say? This is not your bio or your life story. The goal of this piece is to inspire our readers to live up to their full potential and fully live their dreams.

Who needs coffee when that kind of challenge is given to you early in the morning? After months of procrastination, I finally wrote my message, which came down to one word: try.

To read my message and to be inspired by other luminaries, you will need to register, which is quite simple, but definitely worth it. Go be inspired!

What would be your message to the world? 

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Comment by Cheryl

October 2, 2009 @ 7:35 pm

I really needed this today. Thanks G!

Comment by Gail Lynne Goodwin

October 4, 2009 @ 9:06 am

Dear Glenda,

THANK YOU for sharing your brilliance with our readers on http://InspireMeToday.com. Everyone loved what you shared. We are honored to include you!

You are such a light unto the world and so greatly appreciated by all of us who know and love you.

Thank you for showing up the way you do. You are an inspiration for living life fully, for all of us.

Much love and of course, hugs too,

Gail

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