Changing the World... One Story at a Time
“Changing the world one story at a time” That is Richard Wagamese' mission. This month, we attended a great talk which was presented by the Unitarians in Kamloops.
Richard Wagamese is one of Canada's foremost Native authors and storytellers. He is an esteemed public speaker and storyteller, and lives in the mountains outside of Kamloops with his wife, and Molly the Story Dog.
Richard spoke of the spiritual journey that he has been on in his life.
I was so inspired by him. I learned how to identify what things are really important, and how, after all, we are all just a story and a part of a story. This got me thinking of my story, and whether I am happy with the outcome so far? Yes. So it was a good moment to reflect on that.
So ask yourself "How is your story going?" and "Are you happy with the outcome so far?" We all need to make the best story possible while we are here. Remember what you are leaving behind is most important.
Curious about Private Lending?
Private Lending may be easier than you think. As many of you know, it is a very successful mode i.e. there are banks on almost every corner. Al traveled to San Jose, California this month to attend George Antone's Wealth Class.
He was surprised at how much he gained from learning about the world of private lending -- and how to protect yourself by securing your loan through real estate.
One of the key ideas was to do no more than a 65% loan to value. And know your risk factors you are willing to assume.
We have always gotten a tremendous value from Georges' on-line teachings and Al was not disappointed when he went to the live class and met George in person. He met a lot of other great people, and he got to spend time with his mentor Steve Cain as well, another plus.
Time to wrap up, so we will see you next month! Be Hoppy! Chocolate bunny ears to all (Don't tell Peter Cottontail!)
Al & Shelley