I Thank You and Wish You The Very Best for Xmas and 2014

Hello to each and everyone,

This is a personal message from me to you. What is there for me to say to you, at this special time of the year?

THANK YOU. I thank you for subscribing. I thank you for commenting. I thank you for encouraging me in my speaking. I thank you for sharing that which you find worth sharing via Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Please know that I am grateful for your listening; it is your listening that continues to call forth my speaking in this blog. Please know that I am grateful that you exist; your existence matters – for one it contributes to my existence.  If you were here and it was OK with you then I would look you in the eyes, say “Thank You!” and give you a hug. That is not the case. So what is it that I can share with you at this special time of the year?  Allow me to share with you an insight which shows up for me as being particularly relevant for this time of the year:

… it became crystal clear to me during the est training that at bottom, people love each other, if they’re given half a chance. Love is that is waiting to emerge when everything that is in the way of love is let go and cleared away….

…. love becomes obvious and present when fear , judgement and separation are dropped…

Because love, finally, in the end, is what everyone is craving. Not to be loved, but to be loving.

– Eliezer Sobel, The 99th Monkey

I thank you for your contribution and I wish you a great Xmas and the very best for 2014.  I wish you a meaningful-fulfilling life, a life full of connection, laughter and love. I invite you to contribute to a world that works for all, none excluded.

At your service / with my love


Author: Maz Iqbal

Experienced management consultant. Passionate about enabling customer-centricity by calling forth the best from those that work in the organisation and the intelligent application of digital technologies. Subject matter expert with regards to customer strategy, customer insight, customer experience (CX), customer relationship management (CRM), and relationship marketing. Working at the intersection of the Customer, the Enterprise (marketing, sales, service), and Technology.

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