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The Sound of My Tuesday

posted May 7, 2013, 9:40 AM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated May 7, 2013, 9:40 AM ]
Good morning, Tuesday.  What a beautiful day you are!  When I left the site of my RTP client, I forwarded the phone line to my phone number in Google Voice.  If you haven't checked that out, it's great!  You have a phone number that you can program.  For instance, I have certain days and hours devoted to this client.  I've programmed that phone number accordingly.  Not only does that phone know when to ring on my personal cell phone but it knows when it's not to ring and to send callers to a voice mail message that tells them the hours I'm available.  Sweet!
Today is devoted to my business.  I've got a new video that is in follow up to last night's Sound Check conference call.  We talked about Chapter Two:  Sound Check Testing One, Two from my book, THE SOUND OF MY LIFE.  I am so enjoying the weekly sound checks where readers get to share insights, offer support and form a community of people who are living life on their terms without apology.  I love the empowerment that this group provides!  The collaborative energy not only amplifies the sound of our Inner Knowing but ignites us to set our intentions in accordance.  Love it!
Interestingly, the conference call is taking on its own outline.  I greet the callers then start the conference call off by reading an excerpt from the chapter we're focused on.  I give room for callers to introduce themselves, others can remain anonymous if they prefer.  Then we talk about the Sound Check questions at the end of the chapter and go from there.  Last night was wonderful.  I can really see how this can help people, especially those who grew up as I did.  We were taught that you go to college to get a good education so you can get a good job.  We weren't inspired to use college to prepare us to do what brings us joy.  We didn't select our major and our classes with that understanding.  We just chose the one that offered the most revenue potential and prepared our resumes to convince an employer to hire us.  My parents didn't raise us to dream.  My parents didn't raise us to own.  They raised us to work hard -- for somebody else. 
I'm grateful there is a Wise Spirit within us to help us.  Our parents did the best they could and we honor them for it.  But there is Something Greater and Wiser inside of us that knows who we are and why we are.  This is the sound we must tap into every day of our lives.  It is the sound that I consciously tune into to help me to get centered about what I want for my life.