Here’s to a better YOU … and now … Today’s DarrenDaily Recap Sunday.  A collection of the weeks videos from Darren Hardy.  Enjoy!

Describing its beauty!!!  You Come From Aways!

Bridge to [or from] Aways

It doesn’t matter how you get there … only that you come to visit!

September 13, 2019

“Man, alone, has the power to transform his thoughts into physical reality; man, alone, can dream and make his dreams come true.” —Napoleon Hill

Caryl, you're the Team LeaderVisualize Your Success

If you’ve had any kind of exposure to success technologies, you’ve certainly heard about the power of visualization.

Well, it’s true.  It works.  We attract what we think about.  And we do it all the time — consciously or unconsciously.  The key is to direct our visualization in a positive rather than a negative fashion — to take charge of what we visualize in order to attract what we want.

Our subconscious minds can’t tell the difference between reality and what we vividly imagine.  It’s a powerful thing indeed.

Many people don’t consciously visualize on a regular basis.  They think they can’t do it right, so they figure, why bother.  But like anything else, it takes practice.  The more you do it, the better you get.  The payoff is substantial.

“A vision without a task is but a dream.  A task without a vision is drudgery.  A vision with a task is the hope of the world.”

Picture what you want.  Imagine all the details.  Use all of your senses.  Fill your mind with a vibrant, real picture of your success.  You get what you focus on, so focus on your success.  🙂

September 13, 2018

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September 13, 2017

Here’s a quick snap of Esme finding her first geocache in New Brunswick.  I chuckle with the pictures we took, and the many smiles we shared, and what fun we had.

Directly below Caryl and myself; [and to the right] Alan and Olly Douglas.

What a WHALE of a day!

Caryl and I talk about our vacation to Nova Scotia with friends and family all-the-time; but to the family that shared these experiences firsthand, I owe my utmost understanding of what traveling together means.

When we went whale watching this day, sure we saw whales, but what hit me was the immensity of the water, the tight quarters on board this, our tall ship, and how we relied upon each other, as those traveling half-way around the world must have depended upon each other for their very survival.  What a fabulous day this was … I, as my wife Caryl, will remember it always!  Thanks…

We’ll be back!

Rob W.

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