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Jan 27, 2017

Is there ever the right time to go all in on dreams, your goals and your ideal lifestyle? Never ever validate or wait for a perfect time. Remember, if it's easy - you don't want it because it's always easier to complain than to get results, it's easier to judge than to show appreciation so always make the tougher decision.

How much did you get paid to give up on your dreams? I wanted to remind you that there's never been a better time than right now to maximize the opportunity to be the best at what you do and live a world-class lifestyle so I'm sharing one of the most-talked about tracks in the ‘Ambition Is Priceless” mixtape Part 2.

 

In this episode, you will learn . . .

  • why life doesn't get any easier and what you can do about it
  • how to make sure you maximize your opportunity to be better
  • the reason big companies want you to stay in a secure, safe job
  • how to step up, lead by example and be self-sufficient

 

Quotes:

What if instead of judging people, they appreciate them.

From this moment forward if it's easy, you don't want it.

You have to realize that you're the CEO of your own life.



Question:

What would change in your life if all you ever choose is the tougher choice?

Jan 19, 2017

Want to succeed big time? Listen to the little voice in your soul

Sometimes, you need a tiny voice to tell you how to get into the big league.

Call it your intuition, moral compass, core mantra or your inner self, this tiny voice was what guided top-notch life coach, philanthropist and online media legend Marie Forleo to leave a steady job at Wall Street and reboot her life as a struggling entrepreneur. Burdened with debt and living from paycheck to paycheck, Marie started building her business, waiting on tables and bartending on the side to make ends meet.  

Her vision, authenticity and stamina won in the end. Described by Oprah Winfrey as a “thought leader” for the next generation, Marie Forleo runs an award-winning show and a Forbes Top 100 website, provides world-class training programs, and leverages her own experiences and interests (psychology, entrepreneurship, hip-hop, spirituality) to help others create value, find fulfillment, and make a difference.  

YEL is fortunate to have one of the most successful women in business as the featured guest in our Monthly Millionaire video series. Join us as Marie Forleo shares how she found the inspiration to blaze her own trail, the importance of trusting your intuition, and what it really takes to become a game changer. Cut your learning curve in half by catching her tips and strategies on how to succeed and find meaning in your business and personal life.

 

In this episode you’ll learn ...

How to follow your inner voice. (2:15, 8:01, 31:44)

The multi-faceted approach to obliterating your fear of people. (13:14)

The importance of taking it slowly and being persistent. (26:20)

Why focusing on results matter. (5:21)

Tactics on how to build an online empire. (20:24)

How to lay the groundwork for genuinely providing value to others. (4:20)

How to hack growth by sharing success with others. (2:43, 32:50)

Why having an inner circle who share the same vision is critical to your success as an entrepreneur. (15:32)

How to retain and attract major clients. (27:48)

What Marie would change if she were to start out today. (17:05)

 

Quotes

“A sign of a real game-changer, a sign of someone who’s going to find the highest levels of their own fulfillment and their own contribution is the willingness to listen to that voice within.“  — Marie Forleo (9:04)  

"Listen to that desire within your soul that says I want to make a difference and start NOW. Start before you're ready.” — Marie Forleo (31:44)

"You need community support. We human beings are not built to be islands ... No one great ... does something solo." — Marie Forleo (14:21) 

“If you’re talking to everybody, you're talking to nobody. If you're trying to reach everyone with your product or your service or your brand, you’re gonna be like vanilla ... bland, forgettable." — Marie Forleo (20:24)

"The biggest mistake people make is trying to be everywhere."  — Marie Forleo on social media (26:01)

"What have we seen over the past five years? Platforms change every single day. The tactics change every single day. You know what doesn’t? Human psychology and the human heart." — Marie Forleo (28:24)

"Anytime you're trying to ride that middle line, you are on the road to mediocrity. Before long, your business will fail." — Marie Forleo (21:14)

“I knew in my bones and in my cells that I didn’t want my business to be successful just to make money ... What has always been true in my heart was I wanted to earn enough money so I can use it as a vehicle for healing.” — Marie Forleo (2:15)

"I would ... constantly do my best to stay humble, to know I always have more to learn, and try to over-deliver when it comes to value ... To give people ten times more than I was asking in terms of their time or their money investment." — Marie Forleo (17:05)

"I'm fine with being the turtle. I'm totally comfortable with being the slowest girl in the block, because what I have more than anything else is stamina. I will outlast." — Marie Forleo (27:07)

"More important than any working strategy, more important than any mindset to help yourself, find a way to contribute to others on a consistent basis and it will impact your entire life." — Marie Forleo (32:50)

 

Ask yourself:

What does the tiny inner voice in your soul say about your career, business, or personal life? Are you at the exact spot where the voice says you ought to be?

Jan 6, 2017

Many entrepreneurs focus on how their business plays out in the market, but there’s another game that influences the final score: the one that rages in the mind. Win your inner game and you’re many steps closer to clinching success.

That is how New York Times bestselling author and NeuroGym CEO John Assaraf depicts the mindset of the world’s most successful personalities, how he helps new generations of entrepreneurs develop a winning psychology, and how he recounts his own transition from a teenage gang member into a philanthropist and serial entrepreneur who have built multimillion dollar businesses and generated billions in revenues.  

To go beyond his limiting environment and join the big leagues, John -- inspired by a mentor -- played the mind game. He unlearned everything he knew as a teenage crook and spent an hour everyday in the inner game, using his fears to fuel a hunger for success, purpose and meaning.

The idea that positive psychology strongly influences success and happiness is nothing new. But in recent years, more and more studies confirm the link between the brain and our potential to achieve more than we have even thought possible. Neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to reorganize itself into new neural connections, enables us to consciously reprogram our instinctive behavior and develop positive, life-affirming habits.

Join me as I interview John about his early years as an aimless teenager, the pivotal milestone that led him to become one of the world’s leading behavioral experts, and the new scientific techniques you can adopt to elevate your mindset.

In this episode you’ll learn ...

  • How a teenage hoodlum selling drugs transformed into a successful behavioral coach with a heart for philanthropy. (1:56)
  • The psychology and neural processes behind motivation, fear, success, and human potential. (10:12)
  • How to subvert fear and use it to your advantage. (9:04)
  • How to use the mental rehearsal technique to successfully hurdle business, strategic or personal obstacles. (14:39)
  • The replicable steps needed to keep your personal best always levelling up on areas such as finance, health, career, and relationships. (19:10)

Quotes

  1. "If you're interested, you'll do what's convenient. If you're interested, you'll do what's easy. If you're interested, you'll do the simple stuff. But if you're committed, you'll do whatever it takes." -- John Assaraf quoting his mentor, Alan Brown (4:40)
  2. "All of my friends were hoodlums. I didn't have any normal friends ...I knew I had to really break free If I were really going to do something in my life." -- John Assaraf (6:50)
  3. My hunger came out of fear. My fear of being insignificant. My fear of being not smart enough. My fear of being not good enough.“ -- John Assaraf (8:37)
  4. "Motivation is almost always followed by an unpleasant emotion such as fear." -- John Assaraf (12:37)
  5. Fear for a lot of people is something holding them back. I learned how to put fear behind me to push me forward.“ -- John Assaraf (9:04)
  6. If you really take an hour a day and focus on the inner game, you can have anything you want in your life.” -- John Assaraf quoting his mentor, Alan Brown (5:25)  
  7. "The reason you want to be aware of your [mental] patterns is to know which ones you want to accelerate and create into a habit vs. the ones you don't want to."  -- John Assaraf (17:15)
  8. "Here's the truth in business: the potential for failure always exists ... You can't get away from that. But the potential for success always exists as well."  -- John Assaraf (17:24)
  9. "Mitigating risks is focusing on [how to achieve] the positive outcome you want." -- John Assaraf (18:56)

Ask yourself:

How would you “re-calibrate the thermostat” in your business, professional, or personal life to surpass your achievements in the past year and set a new (and better) normal?

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