It's not what you know, but who...

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How was your month? How many Lightbulb Moments did you get to experience? I'd like to share my biggest one with you.


I know, it's been a weird year. Who knew that we would be were we are today? I've been looking back over the year and looking for the positives, and feel very fortunate to have had many good things happen. And for that I am truly grateful, I know so many have not been as lucky.

The biggest reflection for me was realizing how important my network has been to me this year. I have gained new business and met lots of fantastic people, and during a year of no travel and "stay at home" orders, that's pretty pleasing to me.

This year has allowed me to learn new skills and practice some old ones. And all because I kept my mind open to opportunity. I know that can be hard when there is tragedy all around you, I hope that you have not experience anything too close to home, and your loved ones are safe and well.

I would like to challenge you to review your network, who has been there for you this year, and who have you been able to support?

What new contacts have you made that have created opportunities and how can you make the most of them for next year?

Whether you're using zoom for networking, business or fun, it's been a blessing to have technology at our fingertips that allows to to keep in touch with loved ones, clients and build new relationships.

It's not what you know, in times of challenge, it's the community you build that's more important. I hope you have found your team and that you continue to grow with them into the coming years.

If you are someone who needs someone, reach out and ask for help. Who knows, someone you know might be waiting for someone they know, to need them too.

 

Thanks for reading, I hope this has given you some things to think about and you have some of your own Lightbulb Moments.

I'd love to hear about them.

If you would like some help experiencing them, I'd love to help.


Please share this with anyone you know who loves experiencing Lightbulb Moments.

Enjoy the Ping!


Viki Johnston






 

We all need a bit of Stevie Wonder.


Viki Johnston, a Brit who has recently moved to Southern California with her family, is a self-confessed learning junkie. Having flunked out of school at 17, she spent the next 30 (cough) years trying to figure out why learning stuff is so hard. She made it her mission to help others believe in their abilities and achieve more than they thought possible. Now through her coaching and business focused training she helps others to experience the "light bulb moment" and strive to greatness.
Her heroes are Sir Richard Branson and Brené Brown for their inspiration, and her Husband, whom without she would never have been able to live a life full of her own "light bulb moments".