Welcome to episode 180 Happy Holiday’s!
I sincerely, wish you and all your loved ones a joyful connected Christmas. It’s time to spend quality time with friends and loved ones. It’s time to be thankful and I am going to start with a heartfelt thank you to YOU! I started this podcast March 2016, wow I remember how nervous I was the few months when I hit the record button in my studio and here, we are 180 episodes later. I realize you have many choices of amazing podcast to listen to so I want to take this time to say how much I appreciate you listening to Inspiring Greatness. I have had the pleasure to interview amazing entrepreneurs and I am grateful to be able to share their stories to inspire you. OUR BHAG is to impact 5 Million people by 2026, so please share your favorite episodes with other business owners who may find the content helpful.
Today’s episode is a bit different format no business tips…. NOPE today I will be sharing some Christmas tunes that you may have not heard before. Two artists that are fairly new First up is a fun merry little tune called Crazy for Christmas by the Cooter Boys.
Are you Crazy for Christmas? Did that song get your toe tapping? The Cooter Boys are a newer band from California so I hope you click the links and buy the song and show them some support on Facebook.
Christmas can get overwhelming however, we need to take time to slow down I would love to hear what traditions you do each year.
The past 5 years one of our family traditions has been making 300 lunches for the people at The Mustard Seed http://theseed.ca/ in Calgary. This will be my first year missing this tradition as I am in Australia for Christmas but the rest of my family is keeping the tradition going strong.
I will be missing an afternoon of quality time with our family, in the kitchen laughing, a bit of banter after a few Christmas drinks but fun had by all. I have posted a picture, so you can see all the carts of groceries required to make that many lunches. Let me know what your Holiday traditions are.
We are going to slow it down a bit with a sultry song A Christmas Song from Rehya Stevens, from her new album Celebrate.
The song we feature on this episode is called A Christmas Song.
Rehya is an old soul that gives a lot of warm feels with her original stuff. In fact, that’s the charm of this album. The merry shines through despite the fact the songs are unknown... or perhaps because of that fact.
You can download her full album for only $9.99. Her voice is heavenly
I hope you enjoyed Rehya's song as much as I did.
Thanks for listening to our very last episode of 2018. We will be back on New Year's Day with an episode on my favourite rituals which is an exercise called magic memories to reflect on you’re the year that has passed with a series of questions such as… triumphs, risks taken, lessons learned and people who had the greatest impact.
Section two is looking at 2019 and creating the year ahead. What do you want to accomplish, change and committee to? Lastly, I love pulling out my 100 goals worksheet and review what I have accomplished, update any new goals I want to achieve.
This workbook is created by Keith Abraham which you can find the link to the free resource called 25 questions to create your list of 100 goals– Episode 80 Passion – Goals - Focus
Also coming up bye on popular demand is how to create your own personal vision board for 2019.
“Christmas is a day of meaning and traditions, a special day spent in the warm circle of family and friends.” - Margaret Thatcher
Have a great week!
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