"The most expensive piece of real estate is the six inches between your right and left ear. It’s what you create in that area that determines your wealth. We are only really limited by our mind." -Dolf de Roos. What will it take for you to acheive your dream? Will it take a few classes or a higher education? Maybe it will take thinking outside the box, or taking a huge risk.

I like to partner with people who love to learn and challenge themselves all the time. There is creativity and excitement in learning. If you are not learning, you aren't growing and in this day and age, can you really afford not to be growing? I have found that the learning curves of trying to figure out everything I need to do for my business are mountainous. You can go the free route and it will get you a little ways on your journey, but honestly, those learning curves climbing that mountain can really be exhausting.

Why do I invest in myself? Because as they say on the L'Oreal commercials, I'm worth it. Thankfully, the Redwood Sisterhood offers the opportunities to learn and get support of other amazing women. Invest in yourself and others will want to invest in you. Are you worth your own investment?

Author's Bio: 

Patty Sadallah has 29 years experience as an organization development consultant and executive coach. She is a Dream Partner Catalyst and coaches and consults nonprofits and women owned small business owners around issues of focus and planning, moving them toward her dreams. Find out more about her coaching and consulting at http://www.PattySadallah.com/sq.

She is also the President/Founder of the Redwood Sisterhood, an international women's support community that offers personal and professional development learning opportunities, community bartering through time banking and fun networking events. Here, she brings together the talents and the needs of women and allows these connections to strengthen and uplift the membership. Learn more at (http://www.RedwoodSisterhood.com)

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