It’s happened to me, and it’s happened to you. Problem is, most don’t recognize it, or trust it, or we’re not prepared. Those times in our life when an extraordinary idea, discovery, revelation, force, breakthrough, surprise, or sudden shift shows up, unexpectedly, without fanfare or ballyhoo, and offers us possibilities and opportunities, which can reshape, refocus and redirect our life and career forever...for the better. That said, when it happens, when that sudden, unexpected, “Unidentified Fortuitous Opportunity” (UFO) suddenly appears, (and it will), don’t doubt, don’t cower, and don’t run and hide. Rather, welcome it with all the courage you can muster, and all the gratitude you can offer.
|Posted By Aaron Wolfson|
| Fortuitous Opportunities |
Fortuitous Opportunities are Welcomed Here.
|Posted By rachel walker|
| In the sudden winds.. |
Hi Michael! It seems to me, that in the unimportant moments, the quiet moments, one never really "settles" but is always one ear open for the next change, and in the change one never really "settles" but is.... So as to steady oneself in the wonderland of life. :-) :-) Have an awesome weekend! Rachel
|Posted By T.S.|
| UFO |
Iím facing an opportunity right now that could make a huge difference in my business. However, although the payoff is high, the cost may be higher.
|Posted By Dave|
| Spaced Man |
I experienced a UFO last year when a very distant relative left my wife a life-changing inheritance. Funny thing, I havenít picked up my guitar since. Iím not sure if Iím just too busy, or suddenly interested in other things that life has to offerólike travel and philanthropy.
|Posted By Madden|
| UFO's |
Iíve had UFOís in my career where I totally cowered and blew it. Other times I took advantage and reaped the rewards. When it arrives, itís hard to know whether itís a real ďlife changerĒ or just another disappointment.