Back in the states – home sweet home!
As much as I love traveling – seeing new places and meeting new peeps – there's something about familiarity that's comfortable.
My fam, my home, my bed.
And even though I'm still on the road I'm on my own turf in the US of A and I love the feeling of melting into what may have seemed ordinary a week ago.
It's kind of like when I was growing up. My sister and I would rather hang out with our friends than each other. We took each other for granted.
We were like most siblings. We fought like cray cray. Well, maybe it wasn't that bad ... yeah, it was.
We certainly were not as close as we are now. Being three grades apart didn't help. Now that we're adults things are so much different.
As we've gotten older we've grown closer – especially since we're now business partners. I have to say that with all the business success I've had, the greatest gift has been the relationship my sister and I have today.
And guess what? I have BIG NEWS!!!
I'm super excited to announce that we have a shiny new Diamond on my team ... drum roll ... my little sister, Jessica! Wooohooo!
I can't even tell you what it feels like to watch her living her dream.
You see, Jessica had another career before she began her career with essential oils. At first she wasn't really into it, but she got involved at my prompting. Then somewhere along the way her passion flared and her biz skyrocketed.
Now she's reached the rank of Diamond and – OMG – She's even taking a pricey aromatherapy certification course. She loves oils!! That's the nature of the biz.
So how does someone go from below zero interest to ranking in a business she really wasn't sure she was right for?
It comes with simply a change in thought. Some could call it a paradigm shift, which just implies a change in outlook or assumptions. It happens in an instant – the instant we have another thought.
You see, no matter where we are, a thought put us there, and a different thought can take us out.
We can all go from one to a hundred in an instant, just by thinking ourselves there. That's what Jessica did.
Jessica decided to change her thoughts from "I can't" and "Not me" to "Well, maybe I can."
And then, SHE DID.
I can't wait to see what happens next for my sis. And you too! If you don't like where you are, examine the thoughts put you there and then grab that big eraser and wipe them out.
You are ONE thought away from wherever you want to be.