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Saturday afternoon, (September 14th 2013) as I walked into the Moncton Casino for a sound check for Matt LeBlanc's FUSION show that was to be held that night, it struck me as to what can be achieved when a person dreams big and then believes.

I remember having doubts when Matt first shared his vision for the evening with me. But the words Matt told me that day have stayed with me... "Do your part (the story) and let me worry about the rest"

This has resulted in a really big life lesson for me...

If we all do our part and let others worry about theirs (in what ever it is we're a part of)... Imagine how much easier it all becomes...

It's when we fuse all of those individual parts together that we witness the powerful magic of teamwork...

I feel blessed to have been a part of the team that has helped bring this big vision to life.

FUSION 2013 has brought many blessings into my life... 

b2ap3_thumbnail_Remi--Robyn-aka-Aliyah.jpgFIRST: I got to witness one of my stories come to life on stage with the help of an incredible cast of performers and dancers... especially Robyn Esson who played the part of Aliyah - the single drop of water. It's impossible for me to describe the feeling of seeing the story unfold live on stage...

SECOND: I got to have one of my original songs become the backdrop for an incredible original choreography... not to mention that I also got to play that song live on stage as the dance was performed.

THIRD: Perhaps the most important blessing/lesson for me was the fact that I was able to detach myself from my individual contribution and not have my ego start this internal dialogue of "yeah but this was all possible because of my this and my that". Instead, I was able to take a step back and appreciate the big picture as it all unfolded in front of my eyes as I got to appreciate the fact that none of it would have been possible without each one of those individual contributions...

Just like no river could ever be without the millions of individual drops of water... none more important than the other.

I am grateful... I am excited... I am blessed...

Much love,

Remi :)

 

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If you were to look back on your life and try to divide it into different seasons (like I talk about in my book, The Life Gardener) perhaps there have been a few of them that you're not particularly proud of. But trying to see each one from a perspective of "there had to be a good reason for this" can be the difference in you living a life of regret and you making the best of what you have.

b2ap3_thumbnail_Channing-Tatum.jpgAn example I like to use when I'm speaking in front of a group is the story of a man called, Channing Tatum. If you're a lady (or if you've been paying attention to what your lady has been talking about this past year), you'll know that Channing was the lead role in the hit movie "Magic Mike".

Why is this important?

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Dec-21-2012.jpgDecember 21st 2012 was a significant day for change.

First, it marked the official start of winter.

Second, it marked the end of an era for humankind. What this means exactly isn’t quite clear to most of us and to say that opinions about the meaning of this day are far in between is a major understatement. But still the Mayan’s have marked it as the end of something and the beginning of something new. Without going into too much details as to what I believe the change will mean, I can tell you that I predict we’ll see human beings do things we only thought to be possible in movies. And I personally believe that children are going to be the lead actors in this new reality.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Twisting-River.jpgI invite you to take a moment to reflect on your life... your journey... and where you see yourself traveling.

This journey of yours has had many twists and turns along the way. Sure sometimes you felt like you were moving away from your objectives but eventually you realized that this was only a small detour which led you right back traveling towards your destination. And however you choose to call this destination... your reason for being... in a way we are all heading towards the same place.
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We have all heard the saying "There are two sides to every story" or "There are two sides to every coin".

Both talk about the same idea... two people can view the exact same coin, be part of the exact same conversation, or witness the exact same event and take away completely different experiences to share with others. But who's right?

The way we experience life is all about how we perceive it... if we are to look at a coin for instance and try to describe it to someone else, we might be trying to convince others that this coin has the face of a queen on it... while the other tries to convince everyone that we are wrong since the coin obviously has a moose on it. While both are describing the exact same coin, they failed to understand that this coin has 2 sides. Of course, this example is straight forward enough and wouldn't last too long in a debate (I hope).

But what about less obvious situations we sometimes fight over. You're wrong... I'm right! No you're wrong... I'm right! Think about any situation where such words have been spoken... now try to imagine the possibility that perhaps both are right (and wrong).

Take these black doves for instance...