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How’s it going?
I hope you are doing well.
Last night I had to speech. I was late.
Shame on me. Anyway, I am just so pressed
for time going from one thing to the next.
If you saw my schedule, you would think
I was in a super manic bipolar episode.
Last month, I did over 10,000 minutes
on my cell phone.
I have so many things to do today.
I have multiple doctors that want
me to do an interview with them concerning
Plus I have a number of things to related
to my other businesses.
I have been recently putting in 18 hour work
days. It’s crazy.
The reason is, I have three businesses
that have been around and I have great people
running them. These don’t’ take much time
but some time. Obviously you have to check
in make some decisions, watch over some things,
With this organization for bipolar disorder,
I am really struggling to keep up. I really
have to get more help because it’s taking
up so much of my time.
I know there are great people on my list
that can help.
I actually am hiring a new marketing
I have to write up a complete job description
for people to apply but in the meantime,
if you are interested, send me an email
and a resume.
I am looking for someone who is
creative, good with computers, know
marketing just a little (you don’t have
to know it a lot, I will teach you), is
organized, punctual and a hard worker.
I think this would be a great job for
someone on disability.
If you are interested send something
about yourself and/or a resume to:
Also, since this organization has grown
very fast, I have had to hire a bunch of newer
people. Unfortunately a few are not working
out and are going to have to go.
People who don’t show up, aren’t dedicated
to the cause, etc. make me really mad. It’s
a MAJOR disappointment. I have had to
do the work of multiple people because of
a few people not doing what they are suppose
I was talking to someone with bipolar disorder
that works for me and does an incredible
job all the time about why in the world
we have some slackers on the team.
The person explained it might be because
they just don’t understand the cause. Hmm.
I guess so.
Anyway, I will be replacing these people.
The odd thing is, I find that those without some kind
of disorder to not be very hardworking or
dedicated. So I will be sending out
an email over the next week or so
for a person to work in “operations” and
be an administrative assistant.
I am looking for someone who is VERY
organized, smart, a great problem solved,
super dedicated and is accessible.
Both these jobs are going to be home based.
Everyone should have internet high speed,
a phone line and the basics of a home office.
I will be posting this job in about a week or
What happen is this. I have hired two people
that simply are not consistent. The aren’t
ever really accessible and have a multitude
of excuses as to why they haven’t done
I can’t sit around and wait that’s for sure.
If this was like the post office where nothing
new is ever happening, it would be fine. But
since this grows really fast, there’s no room
for undedicated, not doing what their suppose
to do people.
This is a major benefit of hiring people who
happen to have one or more disorders—they generally
if stable are 100% committed and super hardworking
because they understand the cause—which is to
help people who are dealing with various disorders
like bipolar disorder—both supporters and survivors.
So if you know anyone, let them know. I just haven’t
had the time to write a complete job description and
get it posted. Andrea has so many projects that I am
hiring a new webmaster to help handle some of the
I don’t think people realize how many people are working
in the organization and how hard it is to keep track. This
is why I need more people in operations.
Also, I obviously am paying people—which requires
money. Where does the money come from? The lottery?
Grants from the United States? The universe? NO,
it comes from sales of my courses.
For everyone who gets mad at me selling things, they
have no idea how an organization really works. You take
revenue and then turn around and invest it in a whole
bunch of things and people.
Anyway, let’s talk about today’s topic.
Today I want to talk to you about:
AN 11 LETTER MAGIC
Now, I know I’m always telling you
there are no magic words when it
comes to bipolar disorder, so before
you get out the rocks and start
stoning me, let me explain!
You will want to hear about this
word, believe me!
And you would never guess this
11 letter word, so I’ll just go ahead
and tell you what it is:
Bet you’d have never guessed that
was the word, huh? But this one
word is magical in the sense that
when it comes to bipolar disorder
it carries a lot of power with it.
Just like the story of the tortoise
and the hare, and the lesson that
you learned about “slow and
steady wins the race,” you must
then follow it with consistency.
Consistency in the thesaurus
uses other synonyms for it, like:
symmetry, clearness, uniformity,
agreement, connection, tenacity,
I think I would add another
word to that list: balance.
In my courses I talk a lot
about having balance in
SUPPORTING AN ADULT WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER?
SUPPORTING A CHILD/TEEN WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER?
HAVE BIPOLAR DISORDER?
One of the definitions of
consistency is persistence.
So if you put all that together,
you get someone who is
persistent in their goals,
who has a real connection
and conformity to their
You see where I’m going
You need to be consistent
with your treatment to be
successful at managing
your bipolar disorder.
Actually, I’ll take it a
step further, and talk to
supporters – you have to
be consistent as well,
with your own “program”
your own regimen or
routine, so that you can
be successful as well.
Someone famous said,
“If you believe it, you
can achieve it.” But
you cannot achieve it
by sitting at home just
thinking about it.
You CAN achieve it by
and persistency, though!
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