Is everyday a Learning Curve, Challenge or Attitude adjustment?

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Did you read my post about voice that was posted recently with Bob Marley video inserted today?

I was so excited like a kid in a candy store and maybe I have reason to believe so.

Isn’t the web filled with so many treats and goodies, some you pay for some free.

How are you weathering this learning curve? Challenged?

For me learning about the WordPress features from http://www.websitecreationworkshop.com was a learning curve, but I did it. Christina Hill is the real “hill” to climb on. She’s full of wisdom. Great teacher.

Need to add a little step to your day? Here’s something to be said about anything Bob Marley sings. So much fun when you learn something new. Love the instruments and surely everyday is a learning curve for them.

Do you agree?

What do you think about this quote?

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.”

Albert Einstein

How about Stir it Up with Bob Marley? I love the beat so that’s I’m trying to share with ya. I see Stir it Up and think that’s life…stirring up what we know with new.

Till we chat again, share with me others. Let the name spread. I hope it blesses you like your nice comments do me.

Live a life of sunshine and smile lots.

Cheers,
Carol Giambri

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Dusty - The DreamWaker! *-* September 10, 2009 at 5:08 am

Carol, nice of you to share this video, the music is so calming and your message so encouraging. I try to give the same kind of advice in my dustysblog.com. Keep feeding us! Like the quote, too.
Warmly, Dusty – The DreamWaker! *-*
dusty@dustyspeaks.com
One of my favorite quotes from my book, Weekly Quotes for Staying Motivated:
“There’s nothing in a Caterpillar that tells you it’s going to be a Butterfly.”

cgiambri February 9, 2010 at 8:08 pm

Dusty, Thanks for comment. I’m always on the hunt for “valuable” resources and yours spoke to my heart. Gearing up for another post in a few minutes: relationship topic–personal or business–still relationships are relationships with same ethics I see them as. Please let others know about this work here. May be moving it later on, but right now here and later maybe at http://www.ChoosingChangeToday.com–not sure but got that domain for a while.

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