Josh Stewart small XJet

It’s March – springtime and St. Patrick’s Day are just around the corner. Soon the streets of Denver and city centers around the world will fill with folks wearing green t-shirts, hats, and buttons that celebrate their good fortune to be ‘Irish.’ The association of being “Irish” and charmed with good luck is evident in the common expression ‘luck of the Irish.’ According to Edward T. O’Donnell, author of 1001 Things Everyone Should Know About Irish American History, the phrase “luck of the Irish” started in America, “During the gold and silver rush years in the second half of the 19th century, a number of the most famous and successful miners were of Irish and Irish American birth. . . .Over time this association of the Irish with mining fortunes led to the expression ‘luck of the Irish.’”
Although definitions of luck might vary, the word often comes into play to explain something that happened beyond ones control or defying the odds. When people hear about Josh Stewart and Susan Morrice they might chalk their stories off as ‘luck if the Irish,’ as both are from Ireland and both have experienced extreme good fortune since they did the Educo seminar and learned how to imprint their goals. Both have started highly successful companies that have been receiving awards and accolades from within their industries. Josh brought his vision to a vacant piece of land in southeast Denver and turned it into the world’s finest private aviation company, XJet. Susan founded Belize Natural Energy (BNE). Undaunted by advise from big energy companies (who tried and failed) who told her that there was no oil in Belize, Susan forged ahead with her vision and holistic business model and struck oil on the first hole drilled! BNE has now become the largest employer in Belize, all the while surpassing industry standards for working in nature.
How much of Josh and Susan’s success came from planning and hard work, and how much was just being lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time? You can hear Josh and Susan’s story in more detail on Saturday March 15th, 9am-12pm at XJet. They will tell you about their experiences of designing a holistic business model, and give insights on how they direct those intangible variables that we all have to create success – or ‘luck’ as some would say. The 3 hour informational session is free, plan to attend now – Whether you are looking for success in business, relationships, or personal well-being, you just might be on the way to finding your lucky four leaf clover from within!
Reserve your seat now, contact: [email protected]
(If you are unable to attend March 15, contact Tina at above email and ask to contacted in regards to future meetings)

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