eddie - I'm not moderating every comment (you're right, I'd never sleep, eat or, God forbid, play golf). Thus, it's nothing I've done that would cause a comment to be 'delayed.' Can you give me some more info about what you experienced that made you think there was a delay? I may need to take this up with the Ning support people.
Ed - just got your comments about putting the "revolutions" back on the home page. Hadn't thought of it from your perspective ... that's the value of getting other people's opinions. I do see what you're saying and will take it up with Michael. The balance I'm seeking is activity without being overwhelmed with just "commercials." I appreciate your suggestions.
Edward - just read your second comment, again thanks for taking the time and offering encouragement. I have a question:
In your post, you said "You stepping up has encouraged me to finally post a big idea of exanding that is very cost effective and superpowerful way to promote TBR, probably 80 percent of our members could do and it be relevant to their own endeavors."
I'm not sure what specifically you are talking about and I'd love to learn what you are thinking. Do I need to go to your Manifesto page to see it? Is it something you can send me?
Would love to know more about what you are thinking. Please point me to the right place.
Thanks for your comment. If you find your "long reply" please forward. I would love to have collaboration, and part of collaboration is bouncing ideas back and forth (even if we don't agree on every thought, the process sharpens both us and the result).
One thing I'm thinking about is doing short 'features' about some of the people on the Think Big Revolution web site. I think we all learn from example as well (or often better) than concept. Would you consider writing something about how the book has impacted your thinking, how you conduct yourself, how you see the world, etc? Another way to approach it would be to pick a couple of your favorite quotes and talk about what they mean to you. A third possibility would be to write about an indicent in yoru life or the life of someone you know which illustrates thinking big and choosing to act on that thought.
Anyway, let me know if you're interested in participating in that way.
Yes I did get your emails. Thank you for your positive words and feedback. Just hold the vision of what you want to manifest, whether it be a Journey of Discovery trip or some other amazing experience! Move beyond limited thinking and work with the Law of Attraction, sets your sights higher than you've done before.
Life is Good! The email from my site is the best one to reach me at.
Well Edward,...Your ideas on youth skill and passion development are almost as strong is my passion for the subject. Just to clarify I am not an educator but that doesn't mean I can't teach. I am a corporate success coach. The executives I work with have one challenge in common. Many of their young team members do not know how to harness individual strengths and contribute to their full potential. I hope my revolution starts with mentors and lobbyist coming from the corporate world. That said, I love your thoughts on curriculum developed outside of the system and geared towards age appropriate interests. Thank you for your BIG Thinking! I love it!!!! Bea (Baya)