02 January, 2012

Season's Greetings or, My Obligatory Year-In-Review

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year! I would like to share this e-Card with you which I [snail] mailed to all of my clients, before I indulge in a bit of self-reflection.

I am writing this post while on the road with my MacBook Air and a mobile hotspot, somewhere between Daytona Beach Shores, FL and Charlotte, NC. Actually, to be more exact, we are on Route 26 West near Columbia, SC. I spent New Year's Eve with my boyfriend in downtown Orlando, FL and in a few days, we will return to central NJ, all the while listening to audiobooks like Einstein's biography and "7 Habits of Highly Effective People."

Looking back over the year, I've made many changes in 2011 which have allowed me to mobilize my work, explore new parts of the country, and learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur. I am proud to have done my first Bikram yoga class in Chicago, IL, nearly completed a 30-day Bikram yoga challenge, collaborated with fellow bloggers, worked with talented photographers, interviewed a top international dance music producer, established and nurtured several key partnerships, and hired contractors including voice-over talent, a User Interface designer, and PHP developers for some "pet projects" which I expect to be launched next year. I can't believe how much I've grown this year, and I look forward enthusiastically to 2012 in which I will set even more lofty goals for myself and strive to reach them.

If you're still reading at this point -- and I'm honored that you are -- I WISH YOU A FANTASTIC 2012!!!

Till the next post,


5 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Impressed that you are investing time in studying notable biographies and self improvement techniques, Lyn. Watch JIM ROHN on Youtube for powerful personal development videos.

Love ya...Cuzin Richard

Cousin Steven said...

You're an inspiration to us all cuz!

We've both known for years that there is a way to live the life you always dreamed...and now you're doing it! I am truly impressed and slightly jealous...please continue to share your secrets with the rest of us :)
-Cousin Steven

Amy Pospiech said...

Thanks "Cuzin" Richard for your reccommendation, I will check it out.

Will do, Cousin Steven ;-) I wish you all the best in your continued entrepreneurial [ad]ventures.

Anonymous said...

Just stopping by to let you know my blog address has changed to:
**formerly Living by Loving

Amy Pospiech said...

Thanks for letting me know, Allyce. Looking forward to hearing the inspiration behind the new name. My sister is a teacher too :-)

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