I had the pleasure of attending my dear friend Silvia’s son Grant’s solo opera recital.
Grant is my “pretend” nephew as I consider Silvia my better than sister. I’ve known Grant since he was cookin in Silvia’s womb and loved him always.
Wow, Grant can sing! In French, Italian, Russian and English and with heartfelt emotion that I could feel though I didn’t understand the words.
I am blessed to have Silvia and her children in my life.
I’ve never had too much trouble delegating work. As a matter of fact that was demonstrated to me at a very early age.
Both of my parents had others doing work for them.
I am noticing that, though I have a wonderful team of people helping me with my business goals, it’s very important that I am aware of all the pieces.
I need to stay in the loop and always, always remain at the helm.
I was a bit reticent to attend my master mind event last week for a few reasons.
1. I had a lot of undone work to be finished
2. I had to choose between this and another group I’m part of
3. It’s never easy leaving Harry & the pups even if only for a few days.
I’m really glad I went. This powerful group of entrepreneurs put their minds together and helped me with my branding.
I feel the little tweak they came up with will allow me to engage many, many more people. Of course it helps that they are, as a group, grounded in integrity and authenticity.
I feel blessed to have had three days with these remarkable individuals.
Harry and I have a custody agreement even though we’re happily together. I care for the dogs Monday through Friday and Harry kind of takes over on the weekends. I find myself telling Harry what a little monster our darling 6 month old Baxter is.
Of course Harry defends him like any good doggy dad should, but why, I ask you, is Baxter so well behaved when Harry’s in charge?