Visualize and It Will Materialize (Steve Rizzo)

Visualization is a common sense success strategy that can keep you motivated and focused to achieve your goals throughout the day. As I’ve often said, “Visualize and it will materialize.”

Visualization is the applying of your given gift of imagination to your faith and confidence. You can use it to discover ways to work through tough times, to rise above your problems and see the possibilities of a solution. It can also be used in the process of healing or to manifest a particular desire.

I know that doubt is the great nullifier when you want a particular desire to manifest. When I visualize what I’m asking for as being answered, I am more confident and it enhances my results. Having an unshakeable belief that my desires will manifest at the right time is certainly empowering. But when I see what I want in full detail, it reinforces the positive feelings I need to stay motivated throughout the day, regardless of setbacks and challenging circumstances. That continual motivation and the feelings that fuel it are crucial to manifest what I’m asking for.

As you visualize, it’s important that you crank up your energy. I mean, really get into this! It won’t have much of an effect if you’re casually looking at yourself in the picture. You must enthusiastically be in the picture as if it’s really happening. Feel the excitement. Include every detail. Feel and experience the emotions as if you already have what you want.

If your desire is to create a meaningful relationship, you might want to picture the two of you laughing or holding hands walking on a beach. Perhaps you can envision eating dinner together at a cozy, romantic restaurant and having a meaningful conversation. The point is to feel the excitement of already having the relationship you want. For a little extra oomph, give thanks for the outcome you desire and know that it might take a while, but somehow, some way, you will eventually meet the right person.

It doesn’t end there. The next step is to continue visualizing your desire with passion and enthusiasm throughout the day. This step is important because it keeps negative emotions such as fear of failure, doubt and uncertainty from interfering with your intended desire. Also, know that you have to take action. In other words, you can’t have a meaningful conversation at a cozy restaurant unless you are motivated enough to set the date, time and make a reservation. Remember what Einstein said, “Nothing happens until something moves.” I say, “Your life won’t happen unless you move.” So move! Do your part! Take action! Get motivated! Stay motivated! And don’t give up!

Selections Made for Basin Planning Panel

Tim Nemeckay

When John Kucera applied for an opening on the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission, he was hoping to join the conversation about growth and how it will shape the community.

“We plan on staying in the Basin for a long time and raising our kids here,” he said. “I wanted to be part of the discussion of how we develop as a community.”

Kucera was one of two people appointed on Wednesday to the Planning Commission, with commissioner Ryan Dickey being reappointed. Dickey’s term, along with Chuck Klingenstein’s, were set to expire at the end of the month. Klingenstein, a three-term commissioner, was ineligible to reapply.

The Summit County Council selected Kucera, a real estate manager, and Dickey, owner of a local community association and business management company, to serve on the seven-member board. Their terms will expire on Feb. 28, 2021. Kucera and Dickey were chosen over Colin DeFord, Pete Van Stee and Tim Nemeckay.

 Kucera, who lives in the Silver Springs neighborhood, said his background in analytics and real estate will be useful as a commissioner. He worked in New York for more than five years as a financial analyst before moving to Utah to become a real estate manager and investor.

“When I worked as a financial analyst, I read reports and worked with various groups to bring positive outcomes for everyone,” he said. “I think that is a lot of what the commission does.”

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As he reviews applications and considers code changes, Kucera said, it will be important to continue going back to the Basin Development Code and General Plan. He added, “A lot of time has been spent making those strong and setting a vision for what the Basin will look like and hopefully it fits into that plan.”

“I love where we live and I’d like to continue that,” he said. “Our community is an excellent place to live and do business, recreate and explore. This will be my first experience on the commission, and I’m open for any guidance and advice that will enable this to continue being a great place to live.”

Dickey, who lives in Park Meadows in Park City, has served on the Planning Commission since August. He was appointed after former member Colin DeFord unexpectedly resigned.

In his application to the county, Dickey said he has invested a significant amount of time and energy in “growing my competency as a commissioner and I hope to continue that process in a full term.”

“While I have had the opportunity to help render decisions on several high-profile, in-progress projects, I especially look forward to grow my skills in helping steward a significant project from end to end,” he said in his application. “Serving on the commission truly has been an incredible learning experience, for which I am grateful.”

Kucera and Dickey will join fellow commissioners Bea Peck, Canice Harte, Thomas Cooke, Joel Fine and Malena Stevens.

Commissioners serve on a volunteer basis and are responsible for making recommendations to the County Council regarding zoning, amendments to the respective development codes and application reviews.

Source Link:  https://www.parkrecord.com/news/summit-county/selections-made-for-basin-planning-panel/

MSB Crowdfunder Campaign – Timothy A Nemeckay

Timothy A Nemeckay

MSB Crowdfunder campaign shares some enviable highlights with potential investors, including a team who kick started iconic Sam Adams, key customers and partners, exciting Major League Baseball investor perks, MSB ambassadors, strong leadership experience in beverage, finance, sales, and consulting. Seeking to raise $9,400,000, Mine Shaft Brewing has already tapped over $6m in commitments in investor funding for the company valued at $13,029,778.

MSB is helmed by President and Founder Timothy A Nemeckay who brings his craft beer experience in diverse domains like finance, sales, and consulting. As an entrepreneur, Nemeckay has worked as an advisor, consultant, investor, and executive of companies in Beverage, Auto, Banking, Green Energy, and Consumer Goods. Nemeckay is joined by operations guru James Weinberg who brings 13 years of materials / purchasing manager experience from The Stroh Brewery Company, CFO John Logan and Scott Rozek, Unisearch Partners, Inc. Co-Owner who bring over 30 years of experience in marketing, market research, new product development, and advertising, including 12 years of experience with the Stroh Brewery Company.

Top investors include Terry Polistina, Board Member at Spectrum Brands, Past President Appliance Division; Johnny Wu, Managing Director at Barclays Capital; Alan Wayne, CCMP Capital Global Private Equity; Dan O’Bryon, CFO at International Materials; and John VanDeusen, Director, HR at Bose Corporation.

Make Your Goals Inevitable 

Thinking small positive message in the morning can change your whole day. Start your day right; your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by getting up early and having positive thoughts for today and where you are inspired to get in your life. You can’t change the past, and you can’t change yesterday, but you can change how you look at life and where you want to get to. I am doing it so can you!

“Thank you and don’t forget to motivate and inspire another people!”