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Be Your Finest Art

Started this discussion. Last reply by dorsey mchugh Sep 11, 2012. 13 Replies


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"Great blog around coloring and how it has a similar impact as mediation can be found HERE. If you get a moment, give a shout out to the person who wrote it if you find it interesting. "
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Be Your Finest Art

Dorsey McHugh and Joanne Miller are artists and writers. Together we have written a book BE YOUR FINEST ART released June, 2014.  This group will involve and target anyone who feels they have a creative bent and we believe everyone does. Sometimes that nature is long buried or thought to be frivolous and not to be taken seriously.  We are here to prove otherwise. We want your input as we dialog about the importance of tapping regularly…See More
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Julie Carr commented on Joanne Miller's blog post Failure or Education?
"So true! I experienced what I call my "epic fail" about four years ago.  Just thinking about it now makes my stomach hurt!  ha ha  However, that experienced prompted me to get more training in an area that was needed in…"
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Ashley Logsdon commented on Joanne Miller's blog post Failure or Education?
"Great post - I agree 100% and am so thankful for the lessons I've learned from "failures" along the way!"
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stephen rager commented on Joanne Miller's blog post Failure or Education?
"Good points, failure is a great tool if you learn from it.  Some people don't learn from failure and repeat the same mistakes over over.  Like going to a job they hate day after day. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing…"
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Ann Musico commented on Joanne Miller's blog post Failure or Education?
"This is a thoughtful and positive post Joanne and I love it. I totally agree - most of my greatest growth and accomplishments have been birthed from what looked at the time like utter failure. Perspective is so important in life and gleaning the…"
Aug 30

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How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
My husband is founder and president............Dan Miller! We got married in 1968 so he has been in my life for a very long time. He is my inspiration and love, my best friend, counselor and mentor in many ways. I hope that being more active in this community will enhance my creative spirit and keep me more aware of what is going on with all our 48 Days followers. We have made amazing friends through this journey!
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
I am a writer, poet, author, speaker, artist and sounding board for 48 Days, LLC. Although I don't hold an active role in the day-to-day activities with 48 Days anymore, I am very involved in helping teach some of the conferences. We are a great team and I love working with him.
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
I want to use my creative abilities to encourage others to release what is already inside them, thus empowering them to greater success and enjoymet of life. I find myself mentoring other women in their role of parenting, living with an entrepreneur, being creative, writing, etc. I want to continue to be an inspiration and help to those I meet in the 48 Days community and in the world around me.
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
I want to continue writing and inspiring others who might be struggling in entrepreneurial relationships. I want to add more books to my I Wanna Be series for children. I want to speak out more on empowering women to be their authentic selves and to teach others how tapping into their right brains can greatly enhance their lives.
What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I feel the basis for any successful endeavor is to have a healthy, happy home and family life. It is essential to success in business, community, church, and any other relationship. I want to use my experiences to mentor others who want to concentrate on this area of their lives. I excel in connecting people and encouraging them towards greater success in their lives.
Do you have a website presence anywhere?
Are you interested in finding a better job, starting a business, growing your current business, writing a book, blogging, podcasting, coaching, speaking, sales & marketing, or something else?
If you have a product or service to promote (now or in the near future) this is your shot to state it! Say all you'd like:
I have four children's books in the I Wanna Be series. I have just released my first book for grown ups called Be Your Finest Art and an accompanying Creative Play Journal. They can be purchased at www.48Days.com/byfa/
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Joanne Miller's Blog

Failure or Education?

Posted on August 26, 2015 at 7:26am 5 Comments

I recently talked to a lady who, in tears, told me she felt like such a failure because she was in a conference and felt overwhelmed and not ready to do what was being asked of her.  I told her that IF her only take away from this conference was that she learned more about herself, what is holding her back and what she needs to do to move forward...when she is ready...the money and time spent attending was well worth it.  Dan and I have seen that over and over again.  When people come to one…


Special on Be Your Finest Art

Posted on December 8, 2014 at 8:37am 1 Comment

If you are looking for a great Christmas gift, we are running a special on the Be Your Finest Art book by Dorsey and me.  

A special offer on Be Your Finest Art with Joanne Miller and Dorsey McHugh
12/8-12/9: Be Your Finest Art signed by authors for only $20 ($5 off) with bonus Living Loving and Working CD set ($39 value)  Coupon code: BYFA2014  …

Give Creatively

Posted on November 29, 2014 at 8:57am 7 Comments

Recently I had a discussion with my granddaughter, Clara, about why we give at Christmas.  I told her of the wise men bringing gifts to the Christ child and told her how, during the Christmas holiday, we have the opportunity to give back to people we love and are important to us.  It is also a time to give to others who might be less fortunate.  It is a time of intentional giving.  

I’ve been thinking about what Clara and I talked about.  Not always were Dan and…


What Are Your Stories?

Posted on September 15, 2014 at 8:36pm 3 Comments

We all have so much inside us we often don't share.  The last blog I wrote, What Are You Attached To? inspired Clark Gaither to write a blog about his Dad and the rocking chair he charishes that holds countless stories of a loving father.

Today he wrote…


What Are You Attached To?

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 9:22am 14 Comments

Dan surprised me with a gift of a book he thought I might enjoy reading because it tied into what I am writing about these days.  It's called Happier At Home by Gretchen Rubin.  This morning I was reading about the importance of possessions. We are all familiar with the "Money can't buy happiness!" phrase that people extol when referring to someone's materialistic attitude.  Rubin agrees with that truth and so do I.  However, she goes on to talk about all the things…


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At 7:35pm on August 26, 2015, Jeremy Prues said…

Joanne I hope your trip to Shawshank was fun. I am slowly working on my brand and hope to connect with people at a conference in September. I plan to eventually start a podcast but at this time I am enjoying listing to many helpful podcast at this time including 48days and Zig Ziglar podcast. Dan and you have been a great inspiration to me and my wife and thank you both and pray for continued success in all you do.

At 3:51am on September 9, 2014,
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Jevonnah Ellison
Thanks Joanne! I'm looking forward to it!
At 9:00pm on September 8, 2014, Chuck Bowen said…

Thanks Joanne! You made my day. See you in a couple weeks.

At 3:49am on June 23, 2014,
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Jevonnah Ellison

Thank you Joanne! You have such an incredible spirit of love, warmth, professionalism and integrity. Thank you for being an example to so many women.

At 10:39am on May 15, 2014, Montina Portis said…

Hi, Joanne! I couldn't find the blog about rebooting our bodies from the message you sent me :( I do believe it is important and just came off of a 3 day juice fast and am currently raw tip 4.  Health and wellness are both a big focus in our household. God bless you!

At 4:44am on April 4, 2014, Cheri Perkins said…

What an honor to meet you and your precious family at the Sanctuary.  Your creativity and passion is contagious.  I thought I would be learning the "how-to's" of entrepreneurship with a dash of creative inspiration but Innov48 proved to be so much more.  I left with more ideas than I could contain and with a wealth of resources to get me started.  Thank you so much for what you and your dear friend, Darcy, added to the conference.  Best Regards,  


At 6:53pm on March 31, 2014, A. Clark Gaither said…

Thank you Joanne.

I will be back to the Sanctuary in April. I hope to see you then!


At 3:48pm on March 31, 2014, Rafael Perez said…

Thank you for the warm Welcome!  I really enjoyed my time with you and your family at the Sanctuary.  Your team truly knows how to make someone feel like family.  Thank You for that.  I look forward to participating.  I'm still learning my way around will become better aquainted soon.  thanks again,  Rafael

At 3:01am on March 31, 2014, Ann Musico said…

Joanne Thank you so much. It's always such a pleasure to read your posts.

At 5:30pm on March 27, 2014, Jeremy Obermeyer said…


Thank you for commenting back and Thank you for all that you and Dan do to help people out!  I typed the rough draft for a book about a little girl going on a tour of her grandparent's heritage farm and they meet all the different kinds of chickens.  The tour is led by "Paula" the Plymouth Rock chicken and the girl"Zoey" goes with her uncles.(They characters are based on my family members and my farm).  It is to be part of a series of books written with the objective to help teach K-2nd graders about heritage animals, heirloom vegetables, and organic farming. I do already belong to Kent's group and that has been a big help in itself! I will also join the other groups you have mentioned.

My questions are since I have never been this far are "What is my next move", "What can I expect to pay for an illustrator?""How do I get started with self publishing?" and just about any other question you could think of or I would be grateful for any advice you could give.  Thank you bunches and God Bless!


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