Sunday, 30 July 2017

Forthcoming Posts (Updated 30th July)

I hope these posts are proving interesting and helpful as we travel along this road we call “life.” 

So that said here is the list of the topics for the next 5 weeks, together with the posting dates for each one.

Wednesday   2nd August – “Boost Your Self Confidence 30”

Wednesday 9th August -“Reasons We Put Things Off and How To Change That 31”

Wednesday 16th August – “A Discussion about Self Mastery 32”
Wednesday 23rd August – “50 Top Things To Do Before 50” 33
Wednesday 30th August – “A Collection of Negative Habits to Stop” 34
All of the above posts contain simple steps that anyone can follow. If used, these steps can help readers to make significant changes and hopefully, improvements in their lives.

To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me your email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017”.  This short book has been compiled especially for our members

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Have a fantastic day and live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!


DAve x

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

12 Critical Things We Should NOT Tolerate

12 Critical Things We Should Not Tolerate

COLLATED BY DAVE BAXTER 26TH JULY 2017

This week I thought it might be interesting to take a look at some things we should never tolerate if we are going to live the best lives we can.

So let us take a look at

12 Critical Things We Should NOT Tolerate



1)  being unhappy at work

2)    long commute

3)    An unhealthy lifestyle

4)   Draining relationships

5)   A disordered / untidy living space

6)   Negativity

7)    Too Much Stuff

8)   Financial Problems

9)   Living Outside of Integrity

10)A life without fun

11)  Accepting Ignorance and Inertia

12) Lack of Communication

And finally

If we are affected by some or all of these things we must accept that it is our personal responsibility to take the necessary steps to correct them as soon as possible. 

So as we reach the end of this week’s post I would like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to read the words.  I hope that you will find them useful as you move forwards in your daily life.

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So as we reach the end of this week’s post I would like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to read the words.  I hope that you will find them useful as you move forwards in your daily life.

If you have enjoyed the post then please click on the follow link and sign up so that you never miss another post from me.  Also please leave a comment in the box if you have enjoyed what you have read or found it useful

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About Dave I am a coach; speaker; radio presenter and founder of The Blue Sky Company.  I am also a therapist and co-own a virtual light centre called The Crystal Spring.  My therapy work includes music therapy; crystal therapy and I am currently studying a course on Colour Therapy.

If you would like to ask any questions about the blog, my therapy work etc, then please feel free to email me at:-


To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me a valid email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017” compiled especially for our members

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family.

LINKS

Website:

Wytchwynd Photography:

Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to this blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to our list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to  


Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family

The Fearless Life Guide is a new book written by teacher and practitioner M. J Robertson. It is available to buy via Amazon and clicking on the cover photo below provides a link to the page.  Molly is an amazing person and I am sure that you will find her work of great interest.




And whilst on the subject of books, sbown below is the cover image plus a link to my first book of inspirational phrases “Inspirations”





Have a fantastic day, live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!

DAve x

Monday, 24 July 2017

Vlogging Part 3 - A Day In The Life of DAve 3







The latest video in the current series recorded on Saturday 22nd July 2017

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Forthcoming Posts (Updated 23rd July)

Hi it’s Dave and greetings from Ilfracombe, N Devon

I hope that you still find these posts interesting and helpful as we travel this road called “life.” 

So that said here is the list of the topics for the next 5 weeks, together with the posting dates for each one.

Wednesday 26th July“12 Critical Things We Should Not Tolerate 29”

Wednesday   2nd August – “Boost Your Self Confidence 30”

Wednesday 9th August -“Reasons We Put Things Off and How To Change That 31”

Wednesday 16th August – “A Discussion about Self Mastery 32”
Wednesday 23rd August – “50 Top Things To Do Before 50” 33
All of the above posts contain simple steps that anyone can follow. If used, these steps can help readers to make significant changes and hopefully, improvements in their lives.

To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me a message or your email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017”.  This short book has been compiled especially for our members

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family.

LINKS

Website:

Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to the blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to the list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to   


Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

Have a fantastic day and live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!

DAve x

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

21 Suggestions for Success

Welcome to the blog pages of Under Blue Skies  

I hope that you are creating a great life for yourself and enjoying the journey.

This week I thought it might be interesting to take a look at some ideas that we can all benefit from in our lives

So let us get back to basics and take a look at


Marry the right person – choosing the right person will account for around 90% of your happiness in life

Work at something you enjoy, something that is worthy of your time, talent and effort

People expect to receive a certain level of service from suppliers etc.  Give them more than they expect and be cheerful about it

Take steps to become the most enthusiastic, upbeat and positive person that you know

Forgiveness is vital, forgive yourself and others

Be generous

Live a life of gratitude – be grateful for things, experiences and teachings

Be persistent, be persistent, be persistent and then be persistent

Save money – even on a modest income discipline yourself to save a little each week

Treat everyone the way you would like to be treated

Commit to constant improvement

Know that happiness is NOT based in your bank balance, possessions, power, prestige but it is based on relationships with people you love and respect

Be loyal

Be honest

Be a self starter

Be decisive even if your actions bring about a result that you did not expect

Take responsibility for you life (in all areas)

Don’t drop into the habit of blaming others

Be courageous and be bold – when you look back over your life you will regret things you did not do more than the ones that you did.

Take great care of the ones that you love

And finally

Don’t do anything that your Mum would not be proud about.

So as we reach the end of this week’s post I would like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to read the words.  I hope that you will find them useful as you move forwards in your daily life.

If you have enjoyed the post then please click on the follow link and sign up so that you never miss another post from me.  Also please leave a comment in the box if you have enjoyed what you have read or found it useful

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So as we reach the end of this week’s post I would like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to read the words.  I hope that you will find them useful as you move forwards in your daily life.

If you have enjoyed the post then please click on the follow link and sign up so that you never miss another post from me.  Also please leave a comment in the box if you have enjoyed what you have read or found it useful

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About Dave I am a coach; speaker; radio presenter and founder of The Blue Sky Company.  I am also a therapist and co-own a virtual light centre called The Crystal Spring.  My therapy work includes music therapy; crystal therapy and I am currently studying a course on Colour Therapy.

If you would like to ask any questions about the blog, my therapy work etc, then please feel free to email me at:- underblueskies@europe.com

To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me a message or your email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017”.  This short book has been compiled especially for our members

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family.

LINKS

Website:

Wytchwynd Photography:

Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to this blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to our list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to  


Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family

The Fearless Life Guide is a new book written by teacher and practitioner M. J Robertson. It is available to buy via Amazon and clicking on the cover photo below provides a link to the page.  Molly is an amazing person and I am sure that you will find her work of great interest.




And whilst on the subject of books, sbown below is the cover image plus a link to my first book of inspirational phrases “Inspirations”





Have a fantastic day, live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!

DAve x


Sunday, 16 July 2017

Vlogging Part 2


Continuing the vlog


Forthcoming Posts (Updated 16th July)

Hi it’s Dave and greetings from Ilfracombe, N Devon

I hope that you still find these posts interesting and helpful as we travel this road called “life.” 

So that said here is the list of the topics for the next 5 weeks, together with the posting dates for each one.

Wednesday 19th July – “21 Suggestions For Success 28”

Wednesday 26th July“12 Critical Things We Should Not Tolerate 29”

Wednesday   2nd August – “Boost Your Self Confidence 30”

Wednesday 9th August -“Reasons We Put Things Off and How To Change That 31”

Wednesday 16th August – “A Discussion about Self Mastery 32”
All of the above posts contain simple steps that anyone can follow. If used, these steps can help readers to make significant changes and hopefully, improvements in their lives.

To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me a message or your email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017”.  This short book has been compiled especially for our members

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family.

LINKS

Website:

Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to the blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to the list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to   


Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

Have a fantastic day and live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!


DAve x

Friday, 14 July 2017

Vlogging Part 1


Yesterday (Thursday) I decided that I wanted to try a little bit of vlogging and thought that if it worked I would make it a regular feature for the blog.  Overall I am reasonably happy with the result and I feel that the more experienced I get with this method of presentation I will get better at it.





Click the link above to view vlog


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LINKS

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Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to the blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to the list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to   

Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

Have a fantastic day and live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!
DAve x


Wednesday, 12 July 2017

What Is Personal Development?

Hi it’s Dave

I hope that you are having a ball creating a great life for yourself.

Having recently been asked the question What Is Personal Development? I decided that this week would be a good time to look at that and what it entails

So let us get back to basics and take a look at

What Is Personal Development?



Personal development is increasing in popularity, particularly in the busy world of today and it covers everything from career improvement to weight loss and confidence to public speaking.

The tools and methodology that are brought into play to achieve the desired personal development outcome can vary from high priced seminars to moderately priced books. 

Additionally, there has been a significant increase in the number of self - help books available to everyone.  Such books detail some of the simple steps that can be used to get you started on the right path to reaching your own personal development goal.   Some of the more common steps included are:-

1) Knowing how you got here.

One of the best starting points with personal development is the discovery of how and what got you to where you are right now.   If your desired area of personal development relates to weight loss then look at what factors within your life contributed to the weight problem. Write down everything you can think of that contributed to the problem and then investigate what you can do to modify each factor in a way that will help you to reach the desired result.

2) Knowing what you want to achieve and setting the goal

It is vital that you put a specific outcome into place.  This knowing what you want to achieve is vital step before you can then identify the way to make it happen.  You will need to ask yourself exactly what it is that you want to achieve and the more refined and clear your goal the more chance you will have of successfully attaining it.

3) Plan your route

If you were going to drive to an unfamiliar place then the obvious thing would be to work out how you get there and plan the route. The same goes with reaching your goal, when you have decided on the goal then create a plan (route) that shows all the steps you will take to reach your goal.  You should use the details you uncovered when identifying the cause of the problem, expanding them to include as much detail as possible about how you can achieve your personal goal.

4) Focus and Commitment

When you have identified your goal and have created the route to getting there, the next step is to focus your attention on that goal and commit to the plan you have put together.  You will need to  block out a certain amount of time each day to work on your plan and do not allow life’s daily routines and tasks to distract you from what you need to do.  Become accustomed to working on your plan each day and it will quickly become a habit and subsequently easier, over time, to maintain.

5) Seeking Inspiration

You will benefit greatly if you look for, and take inspiration from other people that have overcome the same personal development challenge as you are working on.
There could be books, seminars, courses or even a person from your local community who would be happy to give you advice and / or act as a mentor if they have whatever you are working towards.

In conclusion

Personal development is about you identifying areas within your life that you want to change for the better and then developing and maintaining an attitude of continued self improvement.

Whatever area of your life you mean to improve by continually following the steps I have indicated above and by committing to the plan I believe that you can achieve your goals and whilst doing so, build your confidence to create and achieve other personal development goals easier and more quickly each time.


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So as we reach the end of this week’s post I would like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to read the words.  I hope that you will find them useful as you move forwards in your daily life.

If you have enjoyed the post then please click on the follow link and sign up so that you never miss another post from me.  Also please leave a comment in the box if you have enjoyed what you have read or found it useful

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About Dave I am a coach; speaker; radio presenter and founder of The Blue Sky Company.  I am also a therapist and co-own a virtual light centre called The Crystal Spring.  My therapy work includes music therapy; crystal therapy and I am currently studying a course on Colour Therapy.

If you would like to ask any questions about the blog, my therapy work etc, then please feel free to email me at:- underblueskies@europe.com

To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me a message or your email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017”.  This short book has been compiled especially for our members

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family.

LINKS

Website:


Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to this blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to our list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to  


Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family

The Fearless Life Guide is a new book written by teacher and practitioner M. J Robertson. It is available to buy via Amazon and clicking on the cover photo below provides a link to the page.  Molly is an amazing person and I am sure that you will find her work of great interest.




And whilst on the subject of books, sbown below is the cover image plus a link to my first book of inspirational phrases “Inspirations”





Have a fantastic day, live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!

DAve x

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

The Disease of Being Busy

Hi it’s Dave,

Greetings from Ilfracombe and welcome to Under Blue Skies.  I am very excited with how everything is progressing. I find that sharing these pages with everyone goes a long way towards helping me to keep writing them.

Today’s piece is a repost from a blog page that I stumbled upon a few weeks ago.  I decided that since the theme of this post follows my own thinking and has a lot in common with my own life and thoughts that it was worth a share with my readers.  So here we have the thoughts of Omid SAfi on 

The Disease of Being Busy


Photo by: wytchwynd photography

BY OMID SAFI (@OSTADJAAN), COLUMNIST

I saw a dear friend a few days ago. I stopped by to ask her how she was doing, how her family was. She looked up, voice lowered, and just whimpered: “I’m so busy… I am so busy… have so much going on.”

Almost immediately after, I ran into another friend and asked him how he was. Again, same tone, same response: “I’m just so busy… got so much to do.”

The tone was exacerbated, tired, even overwhelmed.

And it’s not just adults. When we moved to North Carolina about ten years ago, we were thrilled to be moving to a city with a great school system. We found a diverse neighbourhood, filled with families. Everything felt good, felt right.

After we settled in, we went to one of the friendly neighbours, asking if their daughter and our daughter could get together and play. The mother, a really lovely person, reached for her phone and pulled out the calendar function. She scrolled… and scrolled… and scrolled. She finally said: “She has a 45-minute opening two and half weeks from now. The rest of the time it’s gymnastics, piano, and voice lessons. She’s just…. so busy.”

Horribly destructive habits start early, really early.

How did we end up living like this? Why do we do this to ourselves? Why do we do this to our children? When did we forget that we are human beings, not human doings?
Whatever happened to a world in which kids get muddy, get dirty, get messy, and heavens, get bored? Do we have to love our children so much that we over schedule them, making them stressed and busy — just like us?

What happened to a world in which we can sit with the people we love so much and have slow conversations about the state of our heart and soul, conversations that slowly unfold, conversations with pregnant pauses and silences that we are in no rush to fill?

How did we create a world in which we have more and more and more to do with less time for leisure, less time for reflection, less time for community, less time to just… be?

Somewhere we read, “The unexamined life is not worth living… for a human.” How are we supposed to live, to examine, to be, to become, to be fully human when we are so busy?

This disease of being “busy” (and let’s call it what it is, the dis-ease of being busy, when we are never at ease) is spiritually destructive to our health and wellbeing. It saps our ability to be fully present with those we love the most in our families, and keeps us from forming the kind of community that we all so desperately crave.

Since the 1950s, we have had so many new technological innovations that we thought (or were promised) would make our lives easier, faster, simpler. Yet, we have no more “free” or leisurely time today than we did decades ago.

For some of us, the “privileged” ones, the lines between work and home have become blurred. We are on our devices. All The Time.

Smart phones and laptops mean that there is no division between the office and home. When the kids are in bed, we are back online.

One of my own daily struggles is the avalanche of email. I often refer to it as my jihad against email. I am constantly buried under hundreds and hundreds of emails, and I have absolutely no idea how to make it stop. I’ve tried different techniques: only responding in the evenings, not responding over weekends, asking people to schedule more face-to-face time. They keep on coming, in volumes that are unfathomable: personal emails, business emails, hybrid emails. And people expect a response — right now. I, too, it turns out… am so busy.

The reality looks very different for others. For many, working two jobs in low-paying sectors is the only way to keep the family afloat. Twenty percent of our children are living in poverty, and too many of our parents are working minimum wage jobs just to put a roof over their head and something resembling food on the table. We are so busy.

The old models, including that of a nuclear family with one parent working outside the home (if it ever existed), have passed away for most of us. We now have a majority of families being single families, or where both parents are working outside the home. It is not working.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

In many Muslim cultures, when you want to ask them how they’re doing, you ask: in Arabic, Kayf haal-ik? or, in Persian, Haal-e shomaa chetoreh? How is your haal?

What is this haal that you inquire about? It is the transient state of one’s heart. In reality, we ask, “How is your heart doing at this very moment, at this breath?” When I ask, “How are you?” that is really what I want to know.

I am not asking how many items are on your to-do list, nor asking how many items are in your inbox. I want to know how your heart is doing, at this very moment. Tell me. Tell me your heart is joyous, tell me your heart is aching, tell me your heart is sad, tell me your heart craves a human touch. Examine your own heart, explore your soul, and then tell me something about your heart and your soul.

Tell me you remember you are still a human being, not just a human doing. Tell me you’re more than just a machine, checking off items from your to-do list. Have that conversation, that glance, that touch. Be a healing conversation, one filled with grace and presence.

Put your hand on my arm, look me in the eye, and connect with me for one second. Tell me something about your heart, and awaken my heart. Help me remember that I too am a full and complete human being, a human being who also craves a human touch.

I teach at a university where many students pride themselves on the “study hard, party hard” lifestyle. This might be a reflection of many of our lifestyles and our busy-ness — that even our means of relaxation is itself a reflection of that same world of overstimulation. Our relaxation often takes the form of action-filled (yet mindless) films, or violent and face-paced sports.

I don’t have any magical solutions. All I know is that we are losing the ability to live a truly human life.

We need a different relationship to work, to technology. We know what we want: a meaningful life, a sense of community, a balanced existence. It’s not just about “leaning in” or faster iPhones. We want to be truly human.

W. B. Yeats once wrote:

“It takes more courage to examine the dark corners of your own soul than it does for a soldier to fight on a battlefield.”

How exactly are we supposed to examine the dark corners of our soul when we are so busy? How are we supposed to live the examined life?

I am always a prisoner of hope, but I wonder if we are willing to have the structural conversation necessary about how to do that, how to live like that. Somehow we need a different model of organizing our lives, our societies, our families, our communities.

I want my kids to be dirty, messy, even bored — learning to become human. I want us to have a kind of existence where we can pause, look each other in the eye, touch one another, and inquire together: Here is how my heart is doing? I am taking the time to reflect on my own existence; I am in touch enough with my own heart and soul to know how I fare, and I know how to express the state of my heart.

How is the state of your heart today?

Let us insist on a type of human-to-human connection where when one of us responds by saying, “I am just so busy,” we can follow up by saying, “I know, love. We all are. But I want to know how your heart is doing.”

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So as we reach the end of this week’s post I would like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to read the words.  I hope that you will find them useful as you move forwards in your daily life.

If you have enjoyed the post then please click on the follow link and sign up so that you never miss another post from me.  Also please leave a comment in the box if you have enjoyed what you have read or found it useful

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About Dave I am a coach; speaker; radio presenter and founder of The Blue Sky Company.  I am also a therapist and co-own a virtual light centre called The Crystal Spring.  My therapy work includes music therapy; crystal therapy and I am currently studying a course on Colour Therapy.

If you would like to ask any questions about the blog, my therapy work etc, then please feel free to email me at:- underblueskies@europe.com

To get early information about what we are doing and to take advantage of pre- release offers together with opportunities to get some exclusive items it would be fantastic to have you join our group of like minded people (the tribe).

To join please visit our Facebook page Under Blue Skies - it will be great to see your name on there.

Once you join the group if you send me a message or your email address I will send you a complimentary pdf file entitled “Inspired Thoughts 2017”.  This short book has been compiled especially for our members

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family.

LINKS

Website:


Pinterest:

To become a subscriber to this blog please go over to the right hand side of this page and click the BLUE button that says “Follow”.  Once you do that you will be added to our list of subscribers.

A daily email containing an Inspirational Phrase is available by subscription and to be included in that mail out each day just send an email  with “add me” as the subject to  


Once you have subscribed the phrases will be delivered to your mail box each day completely free of charge...

It would also be great if you would spread the word about the blog, the tribe etc. to your friends and family

The Fearless Life Guide is a new book written by teacher and practitioner M. J Robertson. It is available to buy via Amazon and clicking on the cover photo below provides a link to the page.  Molly is an amazing person and I am sure that you will find her work of great interest.





And whilst on the subject of books, sbown below is the cover image plus a link to my first book of inspirational phrases “Inspirations”





Have a fantastic day, live a life of Passion and Power.

And above all

Don't Predict The Future - CREATE IT!


DAve x