June 22, 2019

Happy anniversaries to me!

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My blog is a little different this morning.

I have two anniversaries to celebrate.

The first Monday morning tip went out in June 2009 so I have been doing them for 10 years. Little did I imagine when I started that I would write over 500 of them; and you can see them all here in the People Alchemy site blog archive.

The other anniversary is that on 21 June 2019, my company was 20 years old. I can’t remember what I was thinking at the time that I started, but I certainly wasn’t looking 20 years into the future. And I certainly wasn’t imagining the life I have now.

Remembering what has happened over those 20 years prompts me to look into the future wondering what the next 20 years might bring. From here, it’s hard to imagine what that might be, but exciting to think about what could happen.

I also know that unless I start something, it won’t begin on its own and providence can’t help, so join me in wondering what you can start now that will grow over the years and enable you to look back with gratitude for what you and the universe have created.

What are you going to start and commit to?

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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