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What a GREAT weekend

I’m buzzing.  I’ve just been at the Polaris Media Group’s Kick Off / Foundation Live event – held at the Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast on 16 and 17 January 2010.

What a GREAT weekend!

Lots of really practical business information at Kick Off on the Saturday.   I’m just starting to go through my notes now, and will be making a few changes to my business as a result.

I discovered how true it is when they say that Polaris Media Group is an “international community of successful men and women who believe in social responsibility through sharing and the development of the entrepreneurial spirit”.  I was very impressed by the friendliness and openness of everyone I met, and their willingness to share from their experience.  I found it amazing to have such free and easy access to the Executive Marketing Council, Top 10 Income Earners, Rising Stars,  Conference Call Committee, “A” Team, company founder and guest presenters.  It was also wonderful to be immersed in two days of positive vibes with highly motivated successful people who evince a high level of belief.

The Foundation Live speakers included Polaris Media Group’s founder – Shayne Krider and a life-changing talk by Scott Burrows, as well as some truly challenging thoughts presented by  Oz Sanchez.

Scott Burrows’ story is AMAZING – almost everyone cried at one point.  It made me feel very small to see what he has overcome and been able to achieve – my problems are nothing by comparison. Here is a picture of me with Scott: 

“Scott Burrows has an incredible life story. A nationally ranked young athlete, he stepped into the passenger side of a friend’s car and awoke hours later in the emergency room, diagnosed a quadriplegic. But rather than a cautionary tale, his life is an inspirational story of perseverance and triumph.” read more on Scott’s web site

The documentary “Unbeaten” was wonderful, and it was fantastic to have one of its stars, Oz Sanchez, tell his story live on stage.  Oz won Gold  in Beijing, China at the 2008 Paralympic games. His Gold medal for the  Time Trial gave him the title of the “world’s fastest man on a handcycle.” Oz told us to not wait for a SEE (Significant Emotional Event) as a prompt to action.  “Unbeaten” tells the story of three wheelchair racers, Chris Kohler, Geoffrey Erickson and Edwin Figueroa  who with 31 paraplegics make their way over 6 days in wheelchairs and hand cycles in what is known as the toughest road race in the world, “Challenge Alaska.” The course winds 267 miles though the mountain passes of Denali National Park between Fairbanks and Anchorage. The story transitions midway through as the filmmaker follows the elite racers of the US Paralympics squad, Oz Sanchez and Alijandro Albor  in their quest to medal at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics.  These men and women show the entire world what can be done and words like “disabled” and “obstacle” are only that…words!!


January 20, 2010 at 2:21 pm Leave a comment

Polaris Media Group

In my last blog I talked about how success is a choice.  Polaris Media Group puts the tools in your hand to help you make it.  See the video below:

Polaris Media Group: Achieving Success – kewego
Polaris Media Group is an international community of successful men and women who believe in social responsibility through entrepreneurism and developing highly motivated, self-sufficient, and successful people. Our goal is instilling competence through the application of proven entrepreneurial principles. Creating effective media products and events fulfills our passion to reveal the true nature of the human spirit. Join us in Australia,

Video from polarismedia

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