A Blog I Would Recommend You Pay A Visit.

I don’t have blogs on my blogroll yet but I do have a blog I would recommend you to check out.
This blog is a feast to my eyes.

As much as I would like my own blog to evolve in a conversational blog, where the writer of the blog, has interaction with the readers audience, I do enjoy this blog so much, because of things you wouldn’t easily find on my blog.

The owner en writer of this blog, eof737, Elizabeth Obih Frank, writes very good, she has a unique and creative way of mixing colorful images and photo’s with good writing and interesting quotes.

The killer content on this blog reflexes the interest the writer has in different cultures and in nature in general.

Two weeks ago she had a blog post about the 10 reasons she thinks you should blog.
I have seen lots of articles about this subject, but hers is something so different than all the others I’ve seen.

It’s a combination of good writing, fantastic images, and interesting quotes. A colorful mix of all three things, as I already mentioned “A feast to my eyes”. Something so unique.

I would recommend you to go take a look at this blog: eof737

Feel free to leave a comment and let me know what you think of this blog.

Do you also have such a blog you love to visit?

Do you have a bog you do find very special and would recommend to others?
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As a Man Thinketh

by James Allen

This review is by John Chancellor.

This book is without equal when it comes to giving guidance on how to shape your life. The basic idea is not new. It is contained in Proverbs 23:7, “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.”
As a man thinketh
However the Bible verse is so short that many people miss the depth of wisdom contained in those few words. James Allen explores and guides you through the thought process. By reading this book, you will come to understand that “Man is the maker of his character, the molder of his life, and the builder of his destiny.”

“Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves;” As soon as you understand and accept the concept that unless and until you change, nothing in your world will change, then you are on your way to positive change in your life.

The book is very short, but word for word is one of the most valuable books of our time. It should be read often, at least once a month, until the words are imprinted on your subconscious mind.

This book makes a great gift. One that will continue to give.

You can download this book for free.

The Books I Use To Help Me Change My Mindset From Employee To Entrepreneur.

I’ve learned a lot since I decided to let go the idea that I have to get a job again.
I stopped looking for a job and accepted the fact that employers are just not interested in people my age (Baby Boomers). Despite all my 37 years of experience and the education I have had.

This “letting go” gave me such a relaxed feeling. I felt no stress anymore.
My mind became ready for new things. I started to sleep better and I feel so grateful for what I do have now and I enjoy learning new stuff.

Some of the books I’m using to help me change my mindset are books I had never heard of before. Continue reading The Books I Use To Help Me Change My Mindset From Employee To Entrepreneur.

My First Post on a very special day 09-09-09

Today is a very special day. Apart from being 09-09-09, a nice combination of figures,
it also is my husband’s birthday and I have my first post on my first blog ever.

As I stated in my introduction under “About”, my intention with this blog is to write about my transition, my journey as I call it, from a person with an employee mindset to become an entrepreneur. Continue reading My First Post on a very special day 09-09-09