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A few weeks ago I sat in on an excellent webinar by Caz Makepeace from Y Travel. The webinar was about building a business out of your blog, and one of the key takeaways for me was to build a vision for what I wanted to achieve. Not unusual, I hear you say. Any marketer worth her salt will tell you that’s a fundamental building block in any business venture. I’ve always traditionally sucked at creating vision. It seems so airy-fairy and pie-in-the-sky. I guess that’s the point. Vision is about striving for something, and the striving should be about

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Regular readers will know that I took up running at the beginning of 2011 for two reasons. One: I had a problem controlling my weight (I wasn’t huge, but I wasn’t svelte either) and two: to honour my friend Dave Fitzsimons who died of non-Hodgkins lymphoma in 2008. I walked the inaugural Fitzy’s 5 determined to run it the next year. When I first started running, I couldn’t run 50 metres to save myself, even though I was an efficient walker. If there was a zombie apocalypse at that time, I would have been done for because everyone knows that

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The original title for this post was 5 Things To Do Before I Die, but I decided against it. This post is about living and embracing life after all, not dying. Well, not yet anyway. So I came up with a new title, which is much more in keeping with the spirit of my intentions. So without further ado, here are 10 things I’d like to either do or achieve in the next 10 years. From where I sit, none of these things can not not be done. All that’s needed is a little chutzpah and a bit of luck.

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