I hope you’re having a great start to November wherever you are. I try to get a newsletter out each week but it’s been a few weeks since my last newsletter. I typically run pretty fast but 2017’s been even faster than normal.
I was off the road and home last week. And we were pleasantly surprised when our daughter who lives in Los Angeles and is a professional actress surprised us by walking in the door unexpectedly on Saturday afternoon. She just decided to come home for a few days. Yay!
Last week I was kindly asked to present in London, UK for the fourth year in a row. I’m getting quite familiar with the city, the train system, and the surrounding cities and I no longer need street maps. I love London and it’s one of my favorite places.
Last week I was kindly asked to deliver a rare Saturday keynote presentation at a conference here in Colorado at the Colorado Convention Center. Then I ran offstage and headed to Beautiful’s and my monthly Gourmet Group in Parker with some awesome friends. Yum.
I hope you had a fun Labor Day Weekend! Although Labor Day isn’t technically the start of Autumn, I think it kinda is for a lot of us. I woke this morning here at Château Knebl at 7500′ and it was 39 degrees outside. It’s starting to cool down. Soon the snow will be here. And my skis will be back on….
When you’re kindly asked to speak all over the USA and internationally on a weekly basis, from time to time, the planets align. Last week, I was kindly asked to deliver my half-day “Social Selling & Relationship Marketing for Huge Sales and Referrals Success Boot Camp!” in Woodland Hills, CA about a mile from my 18 year old daughter’s apartment.
I apologize that I didn’t get a newsletter out last week. Been running hard. In my world, if there are any times of the year when it typically slows down a little for me it’s July, August, and December. But not this year. July and August have been jam packed with many speaking engagements all over the USA and also in London.
Last week was a rare week at home. For many years I’ve been typically asked to speak in about one city per week all over the USA and internationally. I love traveling, and I also love the week’s when I’m home.
Are we really in August already? Man, 2017’s flying by. I hope your year’s been awesome so far. There’s still plenty of time to make 2017 your best year yet. You’re creative, resourceful, and whole and you have everything you need to make this a great year. You’re amazing. Yes. I have a firm grasp of the obvious.
I hope you’re having a great start to your week! I’m typically kindly asked to present in about one city per week all over the USA and internationally, and the cities are typically major and secondary markets. But last week, I was kindly asked to present in Dickinson, ND.
I hope you had a wonderful Fourth of July! Here at 7500′ in Monument, Colorado we were watching the fireworks last evening with sweaters on. Some evenings are chillier than others at this elevation and last night was a cool one.
June is turning out to be a Southern month for me. Last week I was kindly asked to present in Charleston, SC and I was also kindly asked to present yesterday at a Financial Advisor conference in Biloxi, MS.
So after nine months, Sunday was the last day of Colorado’s 2016/2017 ski season with the closing of Arapahoe Basin. So of course, my buddy Steve and I went skiing. Yes, we ski bums were still skiing on June 11th.
Even though school’s out for the Summer, Tristan left a week ago with a few of his classmates for nine days to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. We’ve been texting back and forth with him and he’s having a ball swimming with the largest turtles on Earth and doing lots of other
While most of the country has long since forgotten about Winter and are enjoying Spring and looking forward to the start of Summer in less than a month, some of us here in Colorado are still skiing. Arapahoe Basin has extended their season closing date from 6/4/17 to 6/11/17
Last week while in Atlanta, where I had been kindly asked to deliver a speaking engagement, I had a three and a half hour breakfast with my 82 year old Aunt Marie. Very cool lady who doesn’t seem a day over 60. We ate at The Dwarf House which is the original diner which Truett
As this week’s newsletter is hitting your inbox I’m at 30,000′ on my way to Atlanta where I’ve been kindly asked to deliver a presentation at a Financial Advisor conference. More than likely I’m reading an old-school paper book, not a Kindle or a Nook, and I’m probably wearing my
So, last Friday afternoon Beautiful and Tristan took off for Hutchinson, Kansas. After a seven and a half hour drive, they got there late Friday evening. And Saturday morning they picked up Château Knebl’s newest addition. We miss Captain Jack Sinatra Knebl. He was a loving member