Everything Kris and I Are Doing is Focused on 2020 and Beyond…
That focus on the new year seems to be taking up a ton of our time and effort over the last week. Tonight, on occasion, I heard swearing coming from Kris’s office because she was focusing on putting her calendar system for 2020 together. It is extensive.
And complex. And she has been doing it for all of the thirty-plus years I have known her.
And I really appreciate that she does the organization because, to be honest, I depend on her a lot to tell me when we are scheduled to do something here in Vegas. That leaves me free to focus on the workshop stuff.
She and I spent a lot of time working on The Decade Ahead workshop as well, making sure we had that set as much as we could going into the new year. That will be really something special to keep the year focused, even if we have only a few signed up. I want to do it for me, to be honest, for the focus it will give me.
And I am doing what I assume many of you are doing, and what I have asked (or will ask) those I am mentoring to do, and that is lay out a basic plan for the coming year with controllable goals.
I finally have Smith’s Monthly about ready to start into the production steps. Actually both Issues #45 and #46. I have also decided that in 2020 I will at least start announcing my new books out on my writing web site (that is under construction).
And yesterday, on our wedding anniversary, Kris and I went and saw an exhibit we have been meaning to see for a long time. The Titanic exhibit at the Luxor. Way cool, much better than I had expected.
And even though I never really write from ideas anymore, there were a few details in that exhibit that will figure into a series I got a hunch I will do inside my Thunder Mountain series. Kind of exciting actually. And very rare for me to even think like that. We shall see what happens.
Also, today I got two questions about the Lifetime Workshop Subscription. One surprised me because the writer really wanted to know if there really was over $17,000 in workshop in the subscription. I had to go look and the answer is yes, there is. For $3,000.
And if you have taken workshops, we give a discount off that amount. Just write me on that.
But wow, over $17,000 in workshops, many that are no longer offered anywhere but the subscription, like The Game, but are still great. I thought the new The Decade Ahead class is going to end up being our best deal, but I think the Lifetime Workshop Subscription can’t be beat. At least at the current price.
So either The Decade Ahead class or a Lifetime Workshop Subscription would be a great thing to get you learning and focused for (and through) the new year.
Picture is of Kris and I standing on the full-sized replica of the Titanic’s Grand Staircase. That staircase was as amazing as I imagined it to be. And the First Class cabin replica and third class cabin replica was pretty amazing as well. The Artifact Exhibition at the Luxor is worth the time and money.