The Duchess of Earle just opened an emailed invitation from Jeffery Combs. The invite is for his regular Tuesday evening call and tonight’s interesting – and vitally important – topic is “The Science of Attraction.”
Jeffery’s invitation says, “This call will assist you to develop a better understanding of the attraction process, how it works, why it works, and how you can use the laws of attraction to improve both your personal and professional life. As a matter of fact, the more you understand the natural laws of attraction, the more you will realize the laws are always in effect. Prosperity, leadership, success, and happiness are all situations you have the ability to create through attraction. ”
Then what really caught her eye was the quote he shared from his book, More Heart Than Talent:
“Life is about service and value and giving back, not just taking. Everything operates off a yin and a yang, a give and take, and you’ll get exactly what you expect. When you expect to struggle, the Universe will reward you with exactly what you expect. When you expect to flow, to reside, to be hands-free, to evolve and start to become the person you’ve always deserved to be, the Universe will also reward you with its own sense of abundance.”
The Duchess most cordially invites you to check out all the amazing products that Jeffery has to offer – there’s absolutely something for everyone, no matter what stage you’re at in your career. The Duchess recommends in particular “The Power of Asking” – happily, he’s running a special on that. Just what everyone is looking for in these times – a great deal with great value!
Well, as you may know from other postings in the Duchess’ Diary, the Duchess of Earle is a fan of the great American pasttime, specifically of the Minnesota Twins.
So she is delighted to share in the excitement of the inaugural season at the new outdoor stadium (Target Field), made all the more special by the clinching of the AL Central Division last evening.
For those of you not yet in the know, the Twins had rallied to defeat Cleveland and then they and the fans sat it out, awaiting the results of the game the Chicago White Sox/Oakland Athletics game, which was still being played on the West Coast. The ChiSox failed to overcome a five-run deficit, which took the Twins’ magic number down to zero – and then the fun started. The team christened themselves – and, as you’ll see in the video below, even some of the fans – in celebration.
The Duchess offers her hearty congratulations to the entire team and to the coaching/managerial staff for this grand accomplishment, which feels especially sweet in light of this being the first year of the long-awaited return to outdoor baseball in the Twin Cities. What a way to close out the regular season!
Congratulations, Guys! We’re rootin’ for you in the post-season! Go! Go! GO!
What fun there is more than one kind of fireworks in Target Field this first year!
The Duchess of Earle finds in her inbox this morning that Jeffery Combs will be in Houston, Texas this weekend with his More Heart Than Talent program. For those of her readers that are going to be in the area and are looking to break through some old limitations, don’t go it alone! Get yourselves into the room with Jeffery this weekend!
Here’s the scoop:
More Heart Than Talent breakthrough session will be held Saturday, September 25, 2010 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.
The price – and privilege – to pay is a bargain, friends! It’s a mere $20.00 and you can pay at the door.
So come Saturday morning, get on your horse and head to the Hilton Garden Inn Houston NW, located at 7979 Willow Chase Blvd., Houston, TX 77070.
So what to do if you’re not going to be in Houston this coming weekend – and you still desire to get in on the benefits of a breakthrough? Click the link below to go to the website, the click “Seminars and Events,” which will take you to Jeff’s event schedule for the rest of 2010.
The Duchess of Earle has a friend that sent her a video that gave the Duchess such a wonderful laugh at the end that she simply cannot resist posting it on her blog, just for the enjoyment of her followers. Hope you get as good a laugh out of it as she did! By the way, that’s the late great born-in-the-State-of-Minnesota Frances Gumm, better known as Judy Garland, singing… Enjoy, friends!
The Duchess of Earle cordially invites all her readers to get online quickly to register for a meeting this evening with Loral Langemeier. Loral will be discussing how to strongly finish out the year 2010 with your business. Click here to register now! Rustle those stumps, dear readers, and finish the year with a bang!
The Duke and Duchess of Earle rather fell heir to a couple of tickets to the Minneapolis-based theatrical jewel, the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, today. On tap for the evening’s entertainment – if, in one sense, one dares to call it that – was The Scottsboro Boys, a minstrel show based on the true story of nine African-American males (the Duchess won’t call them men because one of them was a mere twelve years old) apprehended in Alabama in 1931. They were falsely accused, first, of fighting with some white youths, and second, of the rape of two white women (who were, incidentally, lying – but apparently the truth didn’t matter in the prejudiced mental climate of the day).
The production is energetic, mesmerizing in the impact of its story, leaving one feeling uncomfortably guilty for enjoying the beauties of the show. It’s minimally, but creatively and excellently set. A trio of frames, each smaller than the one before, in addition to marking the visual confines of the stage and the narrowing path of these fellow’s lives, also respresented to the Duchess the tightly constrained Southern mindset and society. Silver chairs with barred backs, continually rearranged, become windows, prison cells and, coupled with boards, trains – with tambourine wheels.
The lighting is equally good. Especially haunting to the Duchess was the shadow of the woman falling behind Haywood Patterson as he sang a song late in the show – the woman who, at the end, becomes Rosa Parks, refusing to give up her seat at the front of the bus.
In spite of the emotional challenge for the viewers, the show still garnered enthusiastic whistles and a standing ovation from the audience at the close of the one-act musical.
This production reminded the Duchess of the famous Broadway show, Cabaret – a show the Duchess has seen a number of times over the years. There, as in The Scottsboro Boys, absolutely wonderful vocal harmonies are contrasted with the ugly treatment that many receive in this world. This show, too, is headed for Broadway and it’s not difficult to see why. For a taste, take a look at the opening number in the video below:
This one tells something about the background of the show:
This play runs through the 25th of September. If you’re in the area, the Duchess highly recommends you get your ticket, because September is already flying by. If this requires travel arrangements, the Duchess offers you a link directly to her travel site:
There is likely a high percentage of her readers – those of you from outside the US – that are unfamiliar with the Apostle Islands, located along Lake Superior‘s Wisconsin, USA, shore.
It’s a greatly picturesque place – twenty-two islands off the town of Bayfield, Wisconsin, which in the latter 1800s was a great tourist destination. But over the years, the tourists ceased to come by boat, as they did in those days, and now they arrive by car.
Bayfield, Wisconsin, USA
There is only one of those islands that is inhabited by more than the local critters (this is not counting the park personnel that live as caretakers on a few of the islands). That island is called Madeline Island, which is a ferryboat ride across the chilly Superior waters from the town of Bayfield.
Madeline Island Ferry
The town is called La Pointe; it is not a fancy metropolis, but nevertheless it offers its own brand of backwater charms. Amongst them is Tom’s Burned Down Cafe – a name that stuck after Tom’s Cafe had a nasty fire some years ago. But, like a phoenix, Tom’s rose from the ashes and has continued to host business ever since, including having performers in to entertain his guests.
Tom’s Burned Down Cafe
Just this afternoon, the Duchess has received the news from an acquaintance of hers, a talented lady experienced in the entertaining field. Her name is Jane Aleckson and she has a musical partner named Jim Ouska. They’ve played together for a lot of years. The Duchess trades emails with Jane every so often – and here came one today with the news that Jane and Jim will be performing at Tom’s Burned Down Cafe this weekend, Friday and Saturday nights, September 10th and 11th.
So if you, dear reader happen to be one of the lucky ones that would be in the vicinity of Tom’s Burned Down Cafe this weekend, you’re certainly welcome to stop ’round to lend your ear to what is sure to be an enjoyable concert. The Duchess is unable to be there herself, but will absolutely be there in spirit!