Monday, March 01, 2010

What do you meme?

Fourteen Golds and seventeen days later, the Olympics have come to a close. We watched many great performances and got a peek inside the lives of some of the world's greatest sports champions and their moment(s) of fame. I'm not a huge sports fan, but I find it exhilarating to see the athlete's expressions as they win or don't do as well as expected.

Their faces show a lot in those few raw seconds of evaluation. Some look crushed, regain composure, and then a look of determination spreads over them as you can almost see the wheels turn as they begin to build their next attempt at success.
I especially like watching the athletes that are really satisfied with their performance even if their score didn't place them in the top three. The coaches expressions are priceless as well; it must bring a feeling of great triumph to see the person you coached for so long and so hard finally win.

To segue into Danielle's recent blog post on memes, I wonder what the memes in us are that stop us from becoming an Olympic Gold Medalist or an investor as savvy as Warren Buffet? It is powerful to think that our memes are so flexible as to create a new blueprint as soon as we are exposed to them. Sadly, the wrong memes can create an equally powerful result.

I appreciate all your calls and emails. I'm looking forward to helping you with your next step towards building real wealth.

"I am building a fire, and everyday I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I light the match." -Mia Hamm American football player, 2004 Olympics

Kind Regards,

Todd and Danielle Millar

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