Fallout From Last Week’s Newsletter

Hey there,

I’m grateful for my mom.

She passed away five years ago on Friday at the age of 82 and five years later I miss her as much as the day she left.

Everyone (I hope) feels their mom was the best mom ever. All I can say is I am so grateful that my mom was my mom. She was the perfect mom for me.

Here’s one of my favorite pictures of us – it was her very last day of her very last trip to Hawaii. She passed a few months after this.

And here’s another fav but for different reasons – this was taken by my sweetheart, Melissa the evening my mom passed. This picture was taken at the end of the day after huge tears poured out of me all day long and for some weird reason, seeing all that pain in this picture is a good memory.

(Btw, my father is still alive and going strong at 88. He’s the best, too).

What are you grateful for on this beautiful Sunday morning? If you can call or actually see your mom today you’re incredibly blessed.

Let her know. She’ll love it.

FALLOUT FROM LAST WEEK’S NEWSLETTER Fallout is a bit dramatic but no newsletter generated more replies and feedback from you all than last week’s on the topic of “luck.” And there were so many wonderful responses and insights.

There were also lots of fears, concerns, guilt, and confusion about it as well.

I received dozens of questions on the topic and tried to answer every one but soon realized this deserved more time and attention because I’d like to help and I believe I can. You see I have the most blessed, “lucky” career AND life and I truly believe it’s no accident and I’d like to share what I’ve learned that’s made the difference in my 29 years of going after my dream.

JOIN ME FOR A VIDEO TEACHING Next Saturday I’d like to invite you to join me for a video teaching entitled, “Good luck isn’t good luck – how to create your “breaks” and the career you want and deserve.” (I know it’s a mouthful but I couldn’t get it any shorter than that).

This is not a Q&A Webinar, which are always free to you. This teaching will last an hour and a half with time at the end for your questions and the cost is $20.

If you’re not completely satisfied I will refund your money no questions asked. Always.

Here’s the link to PayPal. Once you submit payment I’ll send you the password to access the video feed for Saturday.

Also, if you can’t be around for it but want the teaching, just pay your $20 and I will send you a video recording of the entire session.


We just launched a new website for my school – themeisnertechniquestudio.com – if you will go to the site – check things out, find problems, kick the tires, suggestions, positive, negative, try it on your smartphones, tablets, etc. – and then send me your feedback I will forward you the password for the video teaching, free of charge.

And if you’re too busy for that I completely understand but please join me just the same.

I hope to see you next Saturday. I really do. Until then, one more beautiful picture from Hawaii.

Aloha, Jim

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