"The Phone Number you Dailed is No Longer in Service..."



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“THE NUMBER YOU’VE  DAILED IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE….”

For two months I have been trying to call a Dr. Murielle Pierre, MDF. PHD, CNN.  Dr. Murielle is a dear friend, we Co-authored a book…”Miracle Healing Juices for Specific Ailments, and have worked in the health and nutrition field for 14 years and done many seminars and lectures in the U.S. in English, French and Spanish.  In my quest to find her and where was she I started thinking about our priorities and our communication skills with family, church, business associates and what improvement I could have on my life and those people that are special in my life.

Staying connected to family and business friends can be a daunting task if we allow our behavior to express that in our subconscious.  For me it has to be a joy to stay connected no matter what their situation it and being a partner in our journey in life no matter what the current circumstances are in their life.  Not to have a level of co-dependency but one of mutual growth in their journey to life.

As I examined my life in a world where communication is instant – via the internet, email, etc.  How many of us feel out of touch when our Blackberry’s or phone’s don’t work or if our internet provider is temporarily out of service?

In a recent article researchers were shocked at the amount of time young people spend “connected” using a smart phone, computer, television or other electronic device.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, “those ages 8 to 18 spend more than 7-1/2 hours a day with such devices. “ This doesn’t even include time spent texting or on their cell phones.  Of those users, 47 percent make good grades, but heavier users make fair grades, are often bored, get into trouble, don’t get along with their parents and aren’t happy in school.  Is this is  how personal relationships are built?

 How about us as leaders and adults in this world of leading others to greater highs in their personal, business, spiritual, family etc. life....are we setting an example for us and our business partners or are we living a double minded life???  Good question?  One that I had to examine within myself in this SUPER relationship.

Staying connected comes with a price.  The study couldn’t confirm if media use causes the problems or if troubled young people turn to heavy media use.  We as adults are accountable for ourselves and our family and those we associate with.

What we envisioned as an educational tool or a valuable resource – the internet and various games – have become problematic for some.  It has changed the social dynamic as well because many individuals don’t know how to have a real conversation – a necessary component to meaningful relationships at school, at work, at home, at church, in business and staying connected.

Fortunately, staying connected to the most meaningful relationship we have – with God – doesn’t require any special devices.  We need a quiet place, to speak directly and honestly. In our quiet time of reviewing our visions, word statements of the abundance in our lives.  These are times of our personal growth so that we can encourage those around us to a new level of growth and thinking……………………not loosing contact with the priories of life.

Finding MFF as a stepping stone for me to meet  like minded people that have  goals and aspirations for life/ no matter their age or what has happened in their past they will be able to  Reach out for their Future in a more wonderful positive with people that have like minded thinking.  What more can you ask for?

Let 10 Steps to Success come into your wheel of life to assist you becoming the person you were created to be in your business, personal, spiritual, and family life.  Our great team is here to join you in your new life in Stepping Stones to a New Future.

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Comments



The key is to have a balanced life

We may know people who are broke and not happy we may also know people who are rich who are not happy. The key to this is the spiritual person or the person we are on the inside.

One thing I was told a long time ago in order to become a millionaire you have to be worth a million dollars on the inside.

Respectfully,
Chris Brown
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Chris Brown — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 11:08am

Communication, Communication, Communication

Communication is such a big part of this Business. This is a Relationship Business. Communication with Your Family, Your Friends, Your Team and most Importantly With Yourself, is a Key Factor to Your Success.

Nicholas Moniz — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 11:17am

Balance life

great article we have to communicate without it we can not do anything

alma1 (not verified) — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 11:39am

congrats

Great article and congratulations on finding a great system that you can use to reach the masses.

lynnj (not verified) — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 12:31pm

Keeping The Life Wheel In Balance!

Communication is key. Staying balanced is so important for every person. Our wheel of life will go bouncing down the road and will roll off track often if the wheel is not balanced. Thank you for this excellent article Jan~ A great reminder to make sure our wheel of life is in balance!

Jenny Wudtke — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 12:32pm

Choosing Our Communication

CHOOSING our Communication is also important. With all the means available,think and choose wisely,for there is far too much negative. Excellent article Jan

Zelphina Pierson — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 12:49pm

Leaders Lead

Glad to see you found what you needed, and are now showing others the way. Thanks for sharing.

Terry Martin — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 1:02pm

You a re a true Leader Jan!

Thanks for the timely article. You are a great leader Jan.
Timothy C Burns

Timothy Burns — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 1:19pm

The Age of Technology

Thanks, Jan, for this timely reminder about staying connected with PEOPLE. We are fortunate to have an array of technology choices these days, but there's nothing that replaces good old-fashioned friendships. Thanks for sharing & for caring!

Margi Starr — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 1:53pm

Communication is the Key

Great article Jan,without communication its ease to get lost.

Ron Fielder — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 1:54pm

Am reading a great book by Chris Widener

He says to write out all areas of your life: i.e. family, work, spiritual, emotional and then keep each area of your life balanced. How much time you spend each day and week on every area is going to determine how successful you are.
Thought that was excellent advice as like you I can and have neglected my friends at times.
Joyce Penner

Joyce Penner — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 4:15pm

Self examination

Jan, I like what you mentioned about finding a quiet place that will allow spiritual growth and connection with God. During these times it is where we can see areas that we can improve and where we need more help. Thanks Jan

StefanieSanspree (not verified) — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 5:41pm

All About Balance!

You make many excellent points Jan. Overall, what I get is that we are fortunate to have the devices we have, but we should balance their use with personal communication with those who are important to us. That is easy to forget when we are consumed with the next email. Thanks.

Anita Spring — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 6:09pm

All about staying connected

It is important to make the diffeence between being conencted to build a relationhip and being conencted to gossip. The latter brings the negative out i those promoting it.
Great Article Jan,

Douglas Escobar

Douglas Escobar — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 6:49pm

A balanced life

Staying connected and finding time to do this daily is very important!

Vikki Lawson — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 7:05pm

A Great Point Not to Be Forgotten!

Thanks for reminding us, as we work so hard to keep business relationships going and creating new ones, not to forget our oldest and dearest friends! And keep that wheel nice and round, being sure to focus on all areas of growth in our lives.

Thanks again Jan! I'm proud to be your friend!

Vicki Berry — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 7:23pm

Staying connected to family and business friends

A great reminder to visit or pick up the phone to connect with loved ones or friends...we live in a face paced world where email and texting seems to have replaced the personal touch.

Thank You Jan
Alice McCarthy

Alice McCarthy — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 9:05pm

Are We NOT Spoiled???

We want it yesterday & when are connection is down it is like we are mentally (out of touch) handicapped. Thanks for the GREAT reminder to Not worry about thing you can't control. Just control the things we can control.

Ernie Giordano — Tue, 02/09/2010 - 9:12pm