All of my work with people is centered on creating remarkable results. I define a remarkable result as:
- Targeting what you really want (not just what you think you should create).
- Having a high-degree of uncertainty in whether you actually can achieve it.
- Requiring a set of conscious, deliberate steps that may evolve as you advance.
My new targeted result is to create:
- A virtual gathering of 5000+ women leaders who will listen to eleven women speakers telling their stories of success.
- Donations of $150,000 to several girl-supporting organizations.
My longer-term goal is to establish a virtual community of women who are contributing to each other and making a difference in the world together (this part needs some more evolution!).
This “tele-summit” will be held July 25-29 and will be free to participants. Participants can listen at the scheduled time or afterward at their convenience.
This weekend, while my house was still sleeping, I re-read a section of The New Earth by Eckhart Tolle that talked about enthusiasm as a “modality of doing.” Enthusiasm is enjoyment with a great goal or vision that brings creativity and heightened energy. My enthusiasm has been growing as I move toward my goal.
Ralph Waldo Emerson said that, “Nothing great has ever been achieved without enthusiasm.” In fact, Tolle says,”There is nothing of significance that you can do by yourself.” Another aspect of remarkable results is the concept of “co-creators.” So, while I am not particularly good at asking for people to “help” me, I have been working to get the word about about this work through my womens’ networks, the girls organizations, etc.
If you have some ideas for where I can make this opportunity available, please let me know. If you’d like to find out more and consider other ways to help, you can join me on one of two half-hour calls this week: Thursday at 8:00 p.m. ET OR Friday at 9:00 a.m. ET. The calls will be online at:
And, stay tuned for reports on my creation!
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