What I am doing right now…
This is an idea inspired by Inspired by Derek Sivers.
These are my priorities right now and I will update them as they change.
So, as November wanes and Decembers lumbers closer..
I run The Wright Place TV Show, Showtime Media Academy, Crowdfunding Courses and VP for Film and Television with Peak Performers Institute
I am focused on finalizing my 90 day goals for 2016
I am booking speakers for the PNC conference ( http://www.meetwithdrwright.com)
I am coaching client on how to have their own show and make money with it
I have only local so- cal travel planned until the end of the year.
I am creating a new crowdfunding course
logging in some serious “in front of the fireplace” time
I lead or participate in several blabs each week– Media Monday Blab and Crowdfunding Friday Blabs
I plan on doing winter fun stuff- not working so much this season
I am working with private crowdfunding clients on their projects
Serious focus on my health ( after thanksgiving)
Excited about the new 2016 season of Wright Place TV Show
Spending a day at Disneyland before the end of the year.
Feel free to comment on what you are doing too!
As a business owner, you need to be at your peak performance in order to run your business. How you run your business is often an by-product of your mood. It’s very easy to fall into a trap of not doing your best after lunch. Our moods can change at lunch because of what we ate, not just who we ate with. I had a client I was coaching that was doing a web TV show. She had a full time job and then after work, she was putting in hours on her own business. The business was a web-TV show. She said she was not satisfied with the shows and was not getting good feed back. I looked at a few episodes with her. She was sitting right next to me and I noticed how sluggish she was. I didn’t immediately think that this was the problem, because I know how I work. When the camera’s go on, I click on too and no matter how tired or sick I might be, I am on. Years ago, I came to the studio, feeling not so hot and my voice was horse. Several members of the crew told me, you cannot do a show, you can barely talk. I said, I will be alright. We did 3 shows. Literally, every time the cameras came on, my voice was in. It was full and people could hear me just fine. When we stopped for breaks or between shows, my voice was barely a whisper. This went on for 3 shows, even the guests looked at me funny. They were surprised. I thought perhaps my client was having the same type of experience.
We looked at the shows and then I realized, her energy level on the show was very low. All of the shows had the same lack luster performance. She had no energy and looked like she did not want to be there. I told her so. She said she has been tired lately. On one show, she was clearly in a bad mood. She commented that those were nights that she was barely making it. I told her the main problem is that her energy level does not match her guests. She needed to be rested when she did shows and be at her peak performance. She asked me if could recommend vitamins or some concoction from the store. I explained that you have to start with the basics. Clean food. Instead of just saying I’m not going to eat meat, how about you eat meat that is grass fed and humanely raised. They make such a big difference in your energy level. There is a whole “fast food” franchise that banks on humanely raised beef. Steaks are not bad for you when the meat is clean and high quality. To hear more about this, http://www.americanfarmersnetwork.com/, they have more information and teach you about meet that is Free Range, no grown hormones, antibiotics and pesticide free.
I explained to her that the FDA currently allows 6 kinds of hormones that can be given to cows and sheep. Some of the hormones are naturally produced in our bodies the others used are synthetic growth promoters (steroids). The animals can grow faster and produce meat or milk quicker and more efficiently. If you consume these products you are ingesting the same hormones they are being given. 2 hormones in particular are cause for concern that being a form of estrogen (estradiol) and progesterone. The first being linked to breast cancer in women and the second to prostate cancer in men as well as increase tumors in women. Early puberty is also a concern because it is linked to a higher risk of breast cancer for girls. You can learn more at WEB MD.
The next time we met, she had already made some major changes in her eating habits and told me she could feel the difference. She shows me some videos she had done and I could see that she was more energy and seemed more available. If you are tired and producing less, just start with the basics of cleaner eating.
The Benefits of Getting a Smile Makeover
Most people are unsatisfied with the appearance of their teeth. Chipped enamel, gaps, or dingy stains can all affect a person’s smile, as well as his or her self-confidence. A smile makeover can give you the beautiful, healthy smile you’ve always dreamed about. It’s easier and more affordable than you may think.
What Is a Smile Makeover?
A number of different restorative and cosmetic dentistry procedures are available to individuals who would like to improve their smiles. For some, a simple whitening session is enough to give their teeth a beautiful appearance. Porcelain veneers are a good choice for people with chips or gaps between teeth, while composite bonding offers a more affordable option for minor restorations. Dental crowns are the best procedure for patients with missing or broken teeth. Gum contouring offers a solution to people with receding or misshaped gums.
Choosing the Right Procedure
Several things will determine which processes are best for you and your teeth. Whitening is the quickest and least expensive way to improve your smile, but it isn’t the best option for patients in need of restorative dental work. Composite bonding is a budget-friendly choice for restoration, and provides faster results than veneers or crowns. Even so, the material usually doesn’t last as long, and may chip or stain more easily than other alternatives. It’s best to schedule a visit with a cosmetic dentist to discuss your needs and your budget. He or she will help you design a makeover plan that’s right for you.
What Are the Risks?
Smile makeover procedures are generally completely safe and effective. Most techniques are minimally invasive, and pose no real threats to the patient. The most common complications can be prevented by practising good oral hygiene after the procedure is finished. These are not really permanent solutions, so there’s a good chance you’ll have to repeat the treatment in the future. Some whitening methods are repeated every 6 months or once a year, while crowns may last up to 15 years before needing to be replaced.
The Benefits of an Improved Smile
The health and wellness benefits of a beautiful smile far outweigh the risks and costs of cosmetic dentistry. Healthy, clean teeth reduce the risk of gum disease, tooth infections, and other dental concerns. Strong, well-shaped teeth can also improve your speech, and make eating more enjoyable. The biggest benefit is the increased self-confidence you’ll enjoy. A better smile can help you get job offers and promotions, make it easier to meet new people, and can improve your overall success and well-being.
Whether you’re considering porcelain veneers, or just want whiter, brighter teeth, getting the perfect Hollywood smile is easy with today’s affordable cosmetic dentistry options. Many practices offer flexible payment options to make your preferred treatment plan more affordable. Schedule an appointment with a licensed dentist today, and you’ll be turning heads with a beautiful new smile in no time at all.