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Disrupt Your Thinking, Dream Big, and Execute Your Dreams. Everyday #88

My friend Whitney Johnson has a book coming out (Dare, Dream, Do), and oooh it's going to be inspiring!

To celebrate, she's sharing quotes to "get you daring and doing." Here are my favorites:


Don't you feel like getting started on that project you've been dreaming about? My favorite one is "Start by doing what you can do" -- of course!

Here's another way we'll celebrate Whitney's book: You may remember how last year Christine, Whitney, Morra and I put together Pivot? And how it went so incredibly well, and  how we promised more to come?

Well, we are making good on our promise. We're throwing another party, and you're invited!

I'm very excited about our theme this time around, because daring to dream (and doing something about it) is a big part of what I'm about. Those of you that joined us last fall met Whitney and know how inspiring her story is. I can't wait to learn more from her and to get my hands on her book!

If you are in the Boston area and would like to join us on May 8, hurry and reserve your spot on our Eventbrite page. Last fall's event sold out fast. If you are interested in sponsoring Pivot, I'd love to talk to you too!

Our evening is inspired by Whitney's work on her new book, and I can't wait to read it.

I hope to meet you at the Pivot!

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