December 22, 2014

My boring, amazing daily routine. {a video tour}

Have you ever been treated like an A-List celebrity?
 
A few weeks ago, it happened to me.
 
I was visiting the island of Aruba — where I’d been invited to deliver a keynote talk for a women’s business association. Followed by a talk for a group of high school students, too.
 
I’m not sure how it happened, exactly.
 
Maybe because I once got featured in O: The Oprah Magazine.
 
Maybe because I earned my master coaching credentials with Martha Beck, a world-famous author.
 
Maybe because… I have a lot of Facebook friends?
 
I have no idea.
 
But somehow, the lovely people of Aruba decided that I was an A-List Celebrity.
 
 

 
 
I arrived in Aruba to find posters of my face plastered up and down the streets.
 
The local radio station announced my arrival. “Susan Hyatt has arrived today!” (THIS IS NOT A JOKE.)
 
The housekeeper at the hotel made sure to introduce herself, telling me, “I know who you are.”
 
Government officials showed up at my keynote talk.
 
I felt like I was living in an alternate reality.
 
It was amazing, flattering … and bizarre.
 
And… hilarious.
 
Because if you’ve ever been to my home, here in small town Indiana, you would know that my everyday life is incredibly routine.
 
I call it: “boring and also amazing.”
 
Because it’s both, at the same time.
 
To make big, amazing things happen in your life… you’ve got to take a lot of small, boring steps.
 
That’s how it works.
 
But instead of telling you…
 
Today?
 
I want to show you.
 
Join me for a video tour of my boring, amazing daily routine.
 
(Sorry. No celebs in this video. Unless I count. Which apparently… I do?)
 
 

Click to view

 
 
Susan
 

 



PS. What are the boring, unglamorous things that YOU do, every day, to make amazing things happen? Share with us.

XOXO,
Susan

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