Good Riddance!!! So glad you're gone!!!

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I have a provocative thought for you—sometimes what you let go of is as powerful as what you go after. So what used to be in your life that is no longer there that actually fills you with gratitude? What are you thankful for getting rid of? What did you learn from letting go?

Please share your thoughts and let's move on together…and Happy Holidays to you and yours...Marcia

2017-04-30T22:39:35+00:00 By |7 Comments

About the Author:

Dream University’s CEO, Marcia Wieder is a long established thought leader on visionary thinking. As Founder of The Meaning Institute, she teaches people to create and live fulfilling lives. She’s been a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, writes for Huffington Post and is the author of 14 books. She appeared often on Oprah and was featured in her own PBS-TV show called Making Your Dreams Come True. She has taught at Stanford’s Business School and as president of the National Association of Women Business Owners, she assisted 3 U.S. presidents. She is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council and on the advisory board for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Please leave me a comment below. I promise to read every one of them! ~Marcia

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  1. richeli November 26, 2013 at 5:53 am - Reply

    This may sound petty, though I am happy to have let go of my attachment to long hair...don't know why it took so long. Short hair is freeing and liberating and a heckuva lot easier to take care of...

  2. Hubert Lee November 26, 2013 at 8:52 am - Reply

    Thanks SO MUCH for sharing this, Marcia! Your video is really helping me to realize that I'm moving in the right direction. I'm proud to say that I've given up my reluctance to ask people for help in growing my business. While still a bit discomforting, I'm able now to ask my network of friends, colleagues and clients for testimonials and referrals. By giving up my fear about it, I'm setting myself (and my business) up to have a rocking 2014.

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  4. Dennis Waldrop September 15, 2015 at 10:13 pm - Reply

    I am just getting acquainted with your work, over two years after this video post, but I want to say thank you for your transparency and candor. I myself have been trying to figure out the same balance you spoke of, as I am notorious for locking my will on something to get it done, sometimes to the detriment of the creativity that might be necessary for its completion. Thank you so much for sharing!

  5. Ofelia October 22, 2015 at 11:26 pm - Reply

    Hello,I wanted to let you all know how much this has hleped me.I am 24 and I was in a very bad car accedent. Among other bones broken my right ankle was the worst. It was a compound fracture and I am very lucky the Dr. on call was the best in the area. He was able to put my ankle back together. Once I was able to walk on it it was very painful and didn't move much. He figured that fusion was going to be the best option. I got my ankle fused July 28 and with the operation he found that all my cartilage was gone so the fusion was really the only option. I will be able to walk on it in 2 weeks.I have a few questions.My question is how is driving after the surgery?Does anyone know how hard it is to bowl with a fused ankle?

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