TAMACC 2016: “If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you do?”

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“If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you do?”

What an amazing week with TAMACC (Texas Association Mexican American Chambers of Commerce) in El Paso, Texas working with entrepreneurs, legislators and representatives of the many Chambers of Commerce around the great nation of Texas. I am proud to call so many of the amazing people who attended, friends and colleagues!

As you reflect on the conversations, opportunities and learnings from this week and take the time to answer honestly for yourself the question, “What would you do, if you knew you could not fail?” which was posed to all at this year’s TAMACC Conference and Awards Gala, please take a minute to post thoughts, encouragement and epiphanies here for the benefit of all!

Finally, as we leave this years TAMACC Conference, join me in celebrating our accomplishments and partner with me to achieve our next level of success…because like the song says (mostly)…

Come on, dance
Jump on it
Don’t believe me just watch
So let’s dance
Jump on it
Don’t brag about it, come show me
Come on, dance
Jump on it

Let’s own it and make a difference
It’s our Business and we’re in the spot!


Thanks and Blessings,

Marie 😉

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  1. Mark Galvan
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    I love this question but also recognize that when we are away from the normal day-to-day routine and at conferences and workshops, we tend to think bigger.

    It’s now important that we take time immediately to write down what we would accomplish without limitation and without fear so that it becomes the basis of revised goals before we get pulled back into the whirlwind of daily demands!

    Bigger goals mean bigger plans mean bigger accomplishments!


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