I have had a wonderful year. I was able to (finally) publish The Pizza Therapy Pizza book in paperback. There were many struggles and missteps. Lots of frustration, reworking, and publishing disasters.
But finally, I was able to complete this project. What really helped me was to keep the goal in mind. I saw the book, felt the book and kept it in my mind’s eye. I know this has been a great takeaway for me.
Thank you for claiming your own copy. The Pizza Therapy Pizza Book will make a great gift for anyone interested in learning to make pizza. (hint, hint)
I wish you the same success. I know you will reach all of your goals. You need to keep at it, keep trying and don’t give up. Just know that you can and will accomplish your own goals, dreams and desires. You need to keep the goal and result in mind.
Keep at it and never, ever give up! Never!
One of my goals for this year is to keep learning and growing my skills. One my best resources isUdemy This is a resource for learning many different skills through video. Check them out now, you won’t be sorry.
Another one of my personal goals for the year is to be more mindful of others and to try to help the planet.
I received a very inspirational email from 4ocean a company whose goal is to help clean up the oceans. They share 10 things you can do for yourself and the planet.
The message hit home to me and I decided to create a video about it. I’ll put a link to the video in this email.
The email ended with a quote from Carl Bard:
“Although no one can go back and make a brand-new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand-new ending.”
I wish you all the best, in everything you do. Please keep on keeping on and do good things for yourself and others.
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