by Anna Walker


The law of inertia states that an object in motion tends to stay in motion, and an object at rest tends to stay at rest. Momentum is what happens when you get moving.  John Maxwell calls momentum “the big mo”. In his book “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership”, he says that, “Momentum is really a leader’s best friend. Sometimes it’s the only difference between winning and losing.”

One of the greatest challenges we face is to get up and get moving-whether it's exercise, writing a blog, working on a project or just getting up in the morning.  It takes a degree of momentum. It requires a degree of commitment, focus, and clarity and tenacity in order to get the outcome you desire. We can set goals, measurable outcomes and objectives, but we have to have the drive to push the ball.  The path of life takes us up hills and down hills. The wind of momentum starts up hill with an investment of time, effort, building relationships.  As we decide to move, the universe responds. We can't put a time limit on the effects of momentum. To the degree you invest, momentum builds.

One definition I read states that "For an object moving in a line, the momentum is the mass of the object multiplied by its velocity; thus, a slowly moving, very massive body and rapidly moving, light body can have the same momentum."    Don't be discouraged by the slow movement of momentum, in the end, you will see the outcome you desire.  I believe that the bigger your dream, the slower it builds. Either way, you need only to commit to get moving!




Here is a look at the fall must haves for shoes.  It is a sneak peek from the September 2015 New York Fashion Week.  The colors are amazing.  What's old is new again with chunky heels, velvet fabrics and a new take on Mary Jane's. Whether you areClassic, Traditional, Glam, or Romantic, there is a style for you. Remember, a great shoe can glam up any wardrobe and style! Enjoy.