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Gratitude Challenge!

How are you doing on your gratitude challenge this month? If you recall, I gave our members a challenge at our last meeting on November 1st: Practice gratitude every day this month and see what happens to your business. So far this month I’ve written 10 thank you notes, recited a gratitude mantra daily, met a gratitude strategist (who will be my Blog Talk guest on Nov. 26th) and discovered a new tool which I’ll share with you here: I’m working with a client who seems to be struggling with vision. This is an important part of evolving into her next stage of business. As so often happens, I carried her concerns home with me and came up with this great exercise while mowing the yard (what can I say-sometimes brilliance happens at the strangest of times!). I’m sure the month of gratitude is responsible for this piece of insight. Envisioning “Thank You!!” Create a goal and attach a date for the completion of it. Write about it using our “rules” of visioning: in detail, with emotion, 1st person, present tense. Identify SOMEONE that will be helpful to you along your journey (this could be an accountability partner, your coach, …

Swiss Chard

Have you discovered Swiss Chard? I can’t believe that I didn’t know about this green long ago. It’s super healthy for you, very fast to prepare, versatile and……tastes yummy! Swiss Chard does about everything good: lowers cholesterol, promotes healthy bones, is good for your eyes and more. I’ve purchased Swiss Chard at several grocery stores. The last bunch that I bought at Jungle Jim’s was exceptionally fresh, crispy and lasted a week in the frig. Last week I made up a chicken swiss chard recipe that we liked a lot: Peg’s Chicken & Swiss Chard Saute Saute 6 boneless chicken tenderloins in 2 T. olive oil. Season with Penzey’s Arizona seasoning (play with your favorite seasoning). Remove chicken and keep warm. Prepare 1/2 a bunch of swiss chard by washing, trimming ends, cut leafy green off of stems, cut stems into 1/2 in. pieces, tear or cut leaves into 2 in. strips. Set aside. To pan add and saute 3-5 minutes: 1 C.  grape tomatoes, halved Swiss chard stem pieces 1/2 of a sweet onion, thinly sliced 8 fresh basil leaves, prepared chiffonade style 3 whole garlic cloves, minced Add swiss chard leaves, cover and saute for 5 more minutes. …

Welcome to The Legacy Center!!

This is your community and your site. Let us know what you want and need!! As you know, our mantra is The 80% Shift! In a nutshell, it means that everything we do is geared toward helping you have a markedly better chance of success……AND to ensure that you learn along the way so that YOU grow as your business grows. To be quite honest with you, I believe that’s the most important thing we do. It’s not that I don’t have an interest in helping your business succeed. I, and we, do. It’s just that I know that sometimes there are forces beyond our control and a business will fail…or not be as successful as desired. What you do with that is a huge testimony to who you are. What you learn, how you grow and what choices you make as a result will determine how your future evolves. Speaking of evolving…..you’ll notice that we frequently speak of evolving your business, yourself, your purpose, your strategy, etc. Most of the people we work with are in an active state of change: exploring, starting, emerging growth, innovating, and exiting. Change situations are great times to more consciously evolve-make choices about …