The Power of Bliss

Woman in a rowing boat

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It’s been 2 days since I’ve come back from Blissdom and I still can’t get my mind wrapped around everything that I got out of this conference. {The power vibe is strong with this young Padawan.}

But this is what I do know:

~These women are strong and bold. I’ve never seen so many cojones in a room full of women!

~These women are givers. They want to help others succeed. I’m sure there were a few that did not fit this description but as a whole? Amazing givers.

~They’re not strangers. I came to this conference not knowing a soul. I followed a lot of them on Twitter and read their blogs, but have never met them. Thirty minutes into it, I was family. Seriously. And by the end of the 1st day I couldn’t walk down a hallway without hearing someone sing, “867-5309”. I belonged. And there isn’t a feeling much stronger than that.

Blissdom did everything that it promised to do. They (with their sponsors) took care of my family so I didn’t have to worry about them while I was there. Then they pampered the hey-hoo out me while they were feeding me with so much information my head hurt. And the networking! Amazing.

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