As the Thanksgiving weekend comes to an end and the Christmas season officially begins for many Americans, it is time for most of us to make a strong finish to 2007. As we do, holding gratitude and expectancy as our daily attitudes can be very powerful.
I suspect that like me, you will be juggling a variety of business and family commitments for the next few weeks. I have a couple of business trips on tap, a bit of skiing with the Over the Hill Gang, some shopping, and visits from family. This year, we'll have the excitement of a visit from my Mom and her fiance for Christmas, and then all of Terry's surviving siblings will be in Colorado with their spouses after Christmas.
All of that on top of the normal articles that I'll be writing and that new product I've been promising that will give you a glimpse into how to make time your friend. More about that this coming week.
A couple of you mentioned that you were having a difficult time getting to my Library Builder page to find out more about that incredible product. You should be able to get there using http://infinitesummit.com/. If that doesn't work for you, please try http://stephenhultquist.com/ and let me know if you are having issues. I want to make sure that everything is working perfectly.
Also, for those of you wondering what the OHG is, you can find out more in Open Your Heart with Skiing (http://infinitesummit.com/book.html). The OHG (Over the Hill Gang) is a group sponsored by Copper Mountain that provides guided skiing for active adults 45 and over (and their spouses) four days a week during the season (Tues, Weds, Sat, Sun). Special clinics, events, and an opportunity to ski with other skiers in your age and ability range is great... and getting to cut lift lines while skiing with the uniformed guide is great, too.
Most of the guides are certified ski instructors and can give you some tips for your skiing, as well.
I am an OHG guide, and will likely be sharing some OHG experiences with you throughout the ski season.
As you move towards the Christmas season, spend some time right now to be thankful. Focus on all you have instead of what you don't have.
And then be expectant. What great things are on their way to you right now?
Gratitude and expectancy. What powerful attitudes!
Stephen Sven Hultquist
PS Don't forget to grab a copy of Open Your Heart with Skiing for that special stocking stuffer: http://infinitesummit.com/book.html.