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December 13, 2005



I agree with you too, change and growth, contrary to what we've been marketed, are life-long processes and not always meant to be easy.

Having done a little marketing for a self-development company before, I realized unfortunately that's what a lot of people want to hear, that there is a quick-pill or 3 easy keys to instant enlightenment.

I think the solution is straddling the middle line, using the best of what we know in terms of skills and tech and realizing that there is no quick and easy answer to Everything.

And also through marketing, it seems the ones who know and listen are usually the ones who are more willing to work on their self-development, rather than the quick-fixers who seem to prefer spending time looking for that next 'fix'.

I also thought building a blog would automatically drive hordes of visitors in (oh, the vanity!) but I've come to realize, it takes time. And I've also come to find the fun in doing it anyway.

All the best to both of us :)

Deb Call

Alvin - the best to both of us, indeed! My hunch is that when we commit to personal development, letting go of the "instant success," we'll grow and develop even further than ever imagined. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!

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