What Happens in Vegas…

Okay, I know they say “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”

But sometimes you just want to share it.

This is our last day in Las Vegas for a mini-vacation/business trip; Barry and I came here, not just to have fun, but to network.

Last night we got together with our friends from Mind Movies, Glen and Natalie Ledwell and Ryan Higgins. We all went to the Stratosphere, had an incredible dinner in the fine dining restaurant at the top, and shot a couple of short videos.

Mind Movies are an amazing concept for helping you manifest what you want, and they have spread around the internet like wildfire.

Here’s one that our friends Jafree Ozwald and Margot Zaher had made… you’ll be hearing more about them from me soon:

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It’s pretty obvious that Mind Movies work, because Glen, Natalie and Ryan all have a great attitude towards business and life.

Before hooking up with the Mind Movies masterminds though, Barry and I had a few days on our own… and we learned, grew and developed even more than we do at home.

That’s what life is all about.

It’s our ongoing goal to learn, grow and develop every day. When you do that, and are able to leverage those experiences into resources, then you’re set for life.

Or, as I like to say, “The meaning of life is to play the game, have fun… and learn along the way.”

We did so much that it’s hard to remember how it all fit together time-wise. But on Friday night, we had dinner at a highly-recommended place that Barry had always wanted to bring a special woman.

We didn’t plan it beforehand, but a random suggestion from a stranger — and a walk much longer than he describe — brought us to fulfill that dream Barry had had 18 months ago.

Then over the next couple of days we saw the lions at the MGM Grand, and the tiger at The Mirage.

We checked out the Egyptian theme at The Luxor, the Venetian theme at The Venetian, the medieval theme at Excalibur, and the New York theme where we were staying — New York New York.

Heather and Barry on rollercoasterWe rode the Manhattan Express roller coaster on the New York New York rooftop… a symbolic gesture (after all, life is a roller coaster) embodied in physical form.

And they took our picture to make sure that we never forget… life may be a roller coaster, but if you can look past the scary parts, it’s a lot of fun!

We drank vodka on an ice-covered bar at Red Square, a place Barry has wanted to take me for almost a year, and ate Asian food at The China Grill, both in Mandelay Bay.

We saw Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil, the one they toute as showing their “sensual” side… and they weren’t kidding!

And, of course, we did some gambling.

Yup, won some and lost some… but also discovered a lot of powerful life lessons.

I’ll be sharing more thoughts from Vegas over the next little while. But for now, it’s off to experience our final few hours before the flight.

From the city that gives you everything you want… and then gives you more of it…

Keep Unwrapping the Mysteries of Life!

Heather Vale