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You don’t want to be the next Marie Forleo

You don’t want to be the next Marie Forleo

Your massive vision is too small.

Clients come to me and say, “I want to be the next Marie Forleo”.

And I say, “Boring. It’s already been done.”

Do you really want to be the next Marie Forleo? No.

Girl you can dream bigger than that!

Do you think Marie Forleo’s massive vision is to just be herself? Do you think she’s feel’s she’s already reached her peak? Unlikely.

I bet she has a spectacular, impossible, electrifying vision for her impact.

You need a spectacular, impossible, electrifying vision too.

Don’t call me if you have a small vision. I’m not interested in helping you become a mediocre version of yourself. I want to know what you really desire.

How to dream up a spectacular, impossible, electrifying vision:

1. On a bit of paper, write down your biggest vision.

2. Now ask yourself how am I playing small with this vision?

3. Now rewrite your vision, only bigger.

4. Then ask yourself, if I already reached that vision, what would be my big vision?

5. Write that.

6. Don’t stop until you

Once you’re breathless with excitement and butterflies of dread swirling in your stomach at the thought of how impossibly big your dream is – then let’s talk.

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Why you aren't achieving your goals

Why you aren't achieving your goals

Are your goals spectacular, impossible and electrifying?

If not, don’t even bother. Boring goals yield boring results.

It’s why we can’t get ourselves to the gym 3 times a week, but we can climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
It’s why we can’t stay consistent on Linked-In but we can have six-figure launches. 

You’ve got to be inspired by your goals.

Before you set your goal in stone, ask these three questions:

  1. Is it spectacular? (Is it going to change your life?)

  2.  Is it impossible? (Has everyone already done it?)

  3.  Is it electrifying? (Does it make your whole body pump with energy?)

 Now you’ve got a goal worth pursuing.

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