This morning started out GREAT…and the day keeps getting BETTER and BETTER.
First of all, I woke up before the alarm went off. That may not sound like much to you – but it felt AWESOME to me. I love waking up a couple of minutes ahead of the time I set on my clock. That way, I awaken feeling totally refreshed rather than having been jolted out of a sound sleep. Waking up gently is such a TREAT.
Now that we have established the fact that I am NOT a morning person, I want it on record that I have the UTMOST RESPECT for radio personalities and newspeople who work the morning show. HATS OFF to all those men and women who get up at 3 or 4 o’clock in the morning and then CHEERFULLY help us greet the day!
I am thinking in particular of morning show host, Bruce Wylie and morning show newsperson, Rhianna Robins who both interviewed me this morning on JRfm 104.9 in Brockville, Ontario.
I want to say THANK YOU for a great interview. I would also like to acknowledge the calibre of their show – based on having talked to them, and on their enthusiastic and RESPONSIVE LISTENERS.
Only moments after that live interview finished, one of their listeners posted a comment on the About Book page of my website. Leisa had been listening to her FAVOURITE morning show on her way into work and heard our chat. She felt INSPIRED by our conversation and wanted to LET ME KNOW it.
It is SO NICE to get feedback from people – especially knowing how busy everyone is – with home, with work, with tasks and responsibilities and duties and errands and, and, and…
Leisa’s willingness to TAKE THE TIME to let me know she found the concept of Chick Night inspiring meant a great deal to me. I truly hope she starts giving herself the gift of Chick Night very soon!
In the meantime, she’s welcome to use the link on this page to DOWNLOAD a FREE chapter of my book to get some ideas on how to proceed.
The more I hear from women, the more I want to continue spreading the word about Chick Night and about ways in which you can IMPROVE your quality of life.
That’s why I do SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS and WORKSHOPS and SEMINARS. It’s a great way to talk to as many people as possible all at once.
Before I forget, here’s a quick update to my ever-growing “It’s a Small World” list…
JRfm morning show host, Bruce Wylie’s HOMETOWN is Hanmer, Ontario. Imagine his surprise when a copy of my book, The Beginner’s Guide to Chick Night, landed on his desk and he saw the HANMER chapter of Chick Night mentioned on the back cover!
As if that wasn’t enough…Angela Gemmell, a friend of mine who happens to be the newsperson at EZ Rock, Sudbury…used to WORK WITH Bruce Wylie at JRfm in Brockville.
Yes, yes, it’s a small world…filled with WONDERFUL PEOPLE.