Exposed or not Exposed
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Is it a trend or is it just me, I see a recurring theme with a lot of the most successful people in this industry. The brightest people are not afraid of being seen as who they really are. They know who they are, and what they want. Isn’t that the key to getting everything we really want? I ask my daughter and my wife that very question whenever it needs to be brought up. I have been lucky enough to be asked that very question a few months ago by my wife, and guess what, I was completely ready for it. Waiting for the right moment, because we don’t always have the complete attention of the people closest to us. What do YOU really want?
I was ready and couldn’t be more enthusiastic about it. Here was the chance to make a stand, and finally going forward. Is that the problem with most of the people we encounter everyday? Afraid of being seen as who they are, and what they want?
It appears to be so easy to teens who post their most personal info on their sites. They seem to have little inhibitions of who they are, and what they are all about. Some of us older folks are more reserved, and need to think about how we choose to be portrayed.
Good for you Daegan Smith you have been recognized as the real person you truly are, by Mike Dillard. (A recent email from Mike Dillard) As I said before Daegan, you do have one of the best email campaigns going. Why? I believe because you are showing your true self, not a phony. Creativity, and everyday life, of the established networker, a dream we all want. You along with others, have done the impossible. Maybe I could copy your success, or have it rub off on me? I do like the video you shot from Japan and thought, more would be better. Keep up the good work, I don’t mind getting all that email, because maybe I’ll learn how to do it right.