It is Thanksgiving evening, November 26th 2009 and is my yearly tradition to reflect on the past year.

My goal for this year was to simplify, organize and try to get some of my projects done. I did make some progress on those goals. But old habits are hard to break. Still working on a few of the goals and I am closer on completing my first book.

This post covers many of my thoughts on that thought process [ Click Here To Read ].

I do want to take this time and share what I’m thankful for.

First and foremost I’m thankful for my wife who is there for me day after day to support and console me on life’s challenges and successes. I’m thankful for two healthy daughters and this year I’ve been blessed by two grandchildren, Logan my 5 month old grandson by my oldest daughter Kellianne and her husband Kyle, and Amy my 3 week old grand daughter by my youngest daughter Jessica and her husband Dustin. Pictures can be seen on ThatOneGrandpa.com (Yes, if you hadn’t guessed I’m a proud grandpa.)

Next i’m thankful for my business partner Zachary McCullough who puts up with my sanity and our Office Assistant Sue Thompson who helps keeps things in order and moving forward.

I’m thankful for my Accountability Partner Val Dawson who checks in on a weekly to hold me accountable to move forward and see real progress. I’m thankful for my internet friends and business partners and Armand Morin’s AM2 Group for their leadership and direction. I’m thankful for my weekly mastermind meetings with Bret Ridgway and Bryan Hane who help brainstorm ideas and give feedback on projects in progress.

I’m thankful that I live in a country where I can Worship in the church of my choosing, and have the opportunity to own and operate a business. I’m also thankful that we are able to openly express our opinions and freely discuss what is on our minds.

And I’m definitely thankful for those of you who take the time to follow my blog, read and buy my products and training course, and those of you who take the time to give me feedback, suggestions and ideas.

I’d love to hear from you about what you are thankful for and hear about your success for this past year.

Thanks so much and I hope you have a great holiday season.

Yes this year

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