Happy 2019 Everyone!
Wishing all the searchers the best for the New Year…
Lets get this chest found!
I posted a New Years Video this morning on my YouTube channel
Hope you enjoy it.
This is my daily routine with my Grandson Mason
My Grandkids have been inspired.
Eli and Brynlee both at five years old have been on my blog several times and have even appeared on many of the youtube channels I’ve been on over the past two or three years and have been inspired to create their own show! I’m so proud of these two for taking the chance to make something happen for themselves.
I’ve started helping them get setup and ready to shoot some video.
The kids have a plan!
They intend to keep the show treasure hunt related and create hunts
for other kids to find and also plan on showing
toys,places they visit, ect.. basically a kids life. lol..
They have a ton of energy, I hope I can keep up. Lol..
Here is a peek at their channel…
Thank You Everyone for viewing and if you wish to help out,
I’ve added a shipping address and a donation button below
I’m a huge believer in The Law Of Attraction and I’m not one to give up. When it comes to The Thrill of the Chase, I always have a question in the back of my mind, am I “3 feet from the gold”? This comes from an analogy by Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. The story talks about the Colorado gold rush and a young man that spent several months mining a gold claim, the man finally quits and sells the claim and all the equipment to a “junk man” who hires an engineer as an advisor to get a professional opinion before resuming any digging in the mine. After the engineer did some research he informs the “junk man” that the previous owner stopped digging just 3 feet short of the gold. The engineer was right on the money, the first miner was only three feet away from striking it rich, before giving up and quitting.
I’ve made 114 trips so far and made some early on mistakes, each one of these mistakes was a lesson to be had. I don’t want to be like most people, giving up right before the gold and quitting because things get TOO hard. I know there’s a breakthrough moment just around the corner and that I have the power to create the changes I want, I’ll keep pushing and I know I’ll make it happen.