OK haven't done a post in a while and I need to get a few things off my chest.

I've been working on a project for several months. It's a project of extreme urgency, because it involves life or death. But no one that I have asked to help with this project seems to see it that way. A couple of things I learned when I was younger, from Jeff Olson and Jim Rohn are #1 if something is not worth getting all worked up over perhaps it's not worth doing at all. #2 The definition of commitment is doing the thing you said you would do long after the feeling you said it in has left you. #3 Always act with a sense of urgency. #4 people don't do what they say they're going to do.

These other team members that I've gotten involved with in this project don't seem to understand those philosophies. And they have also grossly underestimated me. I will continue on this project until it is done or until I am dead. One or the other. That is the only two options there are. They don't seem to understand that giving up or slowing down is not an option.

I have been called obsessive, terroristic, rude, and a game player. Guess what, I don't really give a crap what people call me. I know in my heart and my mind I am doing the right thing and that's all that matters. And it's amazing when you get the resolve in your heart when so many people seem to be against you. I am very very slow to commit to something but once I commit it will be done or I will be dead. So if any of the team members read this you can either choose to go with me or against me but one way or another this mission will get accomplished.

As for Jessica and I, we are doing great. We have been traveling to a lot of different places that I've never been, and having a lot of fun. Business is absolutely booming. And I cannot wait for the new Shania Twain book to come out and Shania Twain's new television show that starts next month.

To any of the team members who read this and do what you said you were going to do, one more thing I learned from Jeff Olson. AOMA That stands for All Out Massive Action. Thats what it takes to get things done.