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Have a Magnificent Day!

One of the lessons giraffes teach us about life is that you have to stick your neck out.
Isn’t that how they reach such high and difficult places to find delicious treats?
For such large creatures, they are so gentle.
They take extraordinary care of each other in their families.

In life, there are times we have to stick our necks out and take a risk.
Sometimes it is to help a friend.
Sometimes it is to achieve something important for yourself.
Sometimes it is a leap of pure faith.

In the end, all you have is your belief, faith and trust.
It is based on your deepest feelings and courage to listen to your heart and your truth.
A good friend helped and supported me based on his faith and trust in me.
He wants to see me succeed and took a risk by sticking his neck out for me.
I am deeply grateful and know that God sends us special people to share his love with us.

Today I was speaking with a friend who shared some challenges they are facing in their relationship.
His challenge is to stick his neck out by being vulnerable and sharing his love.
The risk is that he could be rejected and embarrassed.
No great reward or accomplishment comes without risk.

How can you encourage the people in your life?
How can you inspire them to go forward and create their vision in the world?
What can you do to make a difference?
Remember, even the smallest, kindest act can be the most powerful.
By shining your light you liberate others and raise the world up.

Our lives are better when we make someone else feel better or help them to have a better life.
Acknowledge, recognize and appreciate the people in your life.
People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.
People are the greatest resource in the world.

Share a smile, a kind word, open the door for someone, make someone laugh.
Take a risk, stick your neck out!
Be a smile millionaire!

smiles,
🙂 Lee
The Mega Coach

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