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December 31, 2009


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Happy New Year, Jim! (and to your family & BP family)
Thank you for sharing your journey! It has helped me a lot! I look forward to your next adventure!

Jim Miotke

Thanks so much, Barbara. Happy New Year to you too! I appreciate your comments and look forward to a prosperous, creative, and love-filled 2010 for all of us! Thanks again!


Happy New Year to you and the entire BP family. Still taking baby steps here, but looking forward to 2010 with quiet confidence in myself and my work. Thanks for taking me along on your journey. The road ahead is beginning to emerge from the mist.

Ingrid Kast Fuller

Great advice on the Power Hour and working on goals a little each day. I think too many people want to change their life over night and really the best way to change your habits is consistantly and daily.

Anne McKinnell

Jim, thank you for sharing your experience. I think I should start at the beginning and read all the blog posts again. The things I have found most beneficial are the personal power hour and taking small steps. I wrote in my blog about my small steps accomplished last year and was surprised at the end by how much I really did accomplish. Now I have a sticky note on my board that says "If I knew I could not fail, what would I do or be?" I'm still not sure of the answer, but thinking about it is a good thing in itself. Thanks again and Happy New Year!

Patti Coblentz

It has been fascinating to follow your thought flow. Full of very good ideas on defining, honing in on, and accomplishing objectives. Thanks for sharing this!

Patricia Coblentz


Jim, what a wonderful experiment you shared with us! I really liked your wish that "Together, we can get our "master's degree" in self-confidence with a minor in fear-slaying."! That is very inspiring and you inspires me a lot!

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