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October 30, 2010


Thanks for being so honest, Whitney--and for the reminder that everything is easier/more satisfying when we focus on building up others.

What an absolutely interesting take on impressing vs. connecting. Something to really ponder. By the way, your poker face ain't too bad, either ; )

Yay!! Thank you for sharing! What a great experience--to struggle so much the first day and to actually realize the problem and be able to fix it so that the second day was so much better. That's got to be empowering all by itself.

I agree completely that a shift in focus can make things so much better. I'm so glad you were able to enjoy it!

What a neat process and experience! I would have been there with pom poms:) I'm so glad it was YOU on the piano and that you came away beaming in the end. Can't wait to get my hands on the cd!

I love this, Whitney. It is so true in all that we do--if we're not in it to impress others, we truly will succeed.

I have had the pleasure of hearing you and Macy live--AND IT WAS AMAZING.

First you must be eating lots of fruits and veggies, drinking water, you look fabulous! Smiling does that. Success does that even more. You've provided some insight about impressing rather than connecting which I have found quite helpful.

I love reading your blog. I am also an acquaintance of Cara Quinn's. Her parents & brother, Scott, lived in our ward in Colorado. She really is amazingly talented. As are you, so it sounds.

I am excited to hear the CD when it comes out! Congratulations--how exciting!

It was so much reading this! I felt like I was there, what a wonderful experience. So proud of you both!

I don't know how I missed this post. I'm so glad I came back to peek. You are gifted so!

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  • When I took a sabbatical from Wall Street to pursue a different dream and help others live theirs, I learned that women in the U.S. may be placated, even pampered, but because we aren't dreaming, we are also desperate and depressed. Drawing on a variety of sources, ranging from academic studies to pop culture, dare to dream encourages us to dream. And then to act on our dreams.


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