Yesterday I took a walk with my daughter on the peak of Signal Hill, where we had a panoramic view of the mountains to one side and the Pacific ocean on the other. My daughter and I were talking about fear: how do we know the difference between the fear you want to stop you (the “don’t climb into that alligator tank” fear) and the fear you want to feel and move forward anyway, cause it’s the excitement of growing bigger and stepping into your dream. There’s also a third option, a middle ground that allows you to say, “I … Continue reading
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Fun and Abundance (and health) are the New Wealth.
A peer of mine in the coaching world recently asked “What you do differently if you doubled your income this year?” I thought about this for half a second before I had my answer: not a thing. When you’re already living the way you want to live and doing what you want to do, what is there to do differently?
Back in 2007 I had over 300 coaching clients. I was exhausted. I had no life. I had to keep notes to remember who was who. I burnt out big time.
I also attracted a billionaire mentor that year who told me he intentionally kept his business small enough to have a personal relationship with all his employees… and they had all worked for him for decades. I took those values–small and personal is profitable–to heart.
I made a decision to scale back dramatically. Fewer people and provide much higher value. Only a handful of clients at a time.
My income skyrocketed. I met my husband. My client money results hit new heights (many more millionaires made), and their love results (weddings, soul mates) too.
==> Magic happens when you find a safe and powerful community of innovators like yourself, people who get you and encourage you. Being a pioneer can be lonely: you may not be understood by friends and family and colleagues because you see what wants to happen before the rest of the world does. You need your posse. Continue reading