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~ Lisa Nichols
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~ Chantel C.
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~ Melissa R.
Yesterday I did something I never did before: I cooked on live television.
I was nervous, anxious, and was sure I would look like a damn fool.
Watching Rachael Ray and Emeril Lagasse just made it look so simple.
No way. Not at all.
Between only having four minutes, talking to the host, and making sure I don’t burn anything I was a nervous wreck.
But, as I preach to you on a daily and weekly basis:
Your freedom lies in you taking the action that you are most scared of.
I had a ton of fun and honestly, have never felt more like ME.
The way I showed up on the show is exactly what you would see if you were in the kitchen with me at home cooking.
Click below to watch!
And once you’re done watching, I’d love to hear from you down below in the discussion:
How silly, stupid, or crazy are you willing to look in pursuit of your dreams?
Don’t leave me hanging 🙂
Here’s to your freedom,
P.S. By the way, I must have said the word “kale” 20 times on my segment. Clearly, I’m obsessed.
In the past three weeks I’ve had over 50-60 conversations with people who have:
:big dreams (like REALLY BIG)
You see where I’m going with this, right? I talk to people on a daily basis about what they want, why they want it, and how to get it.
But you see, for every five people I talk to, one of those people will take action. And when I say take action, I’m talking about doing the very thing they said they couldn’t do. Many times, taking action is sitting down in front of their computer and writing, or picking up the phone and calling an investor, or a potential partner or client, or perhaps even investing in themselves. More often than not, we tend to overcomplicate what it means to take action.
Let me break down for you. I want you to think about the first action step you can take to move you one step closer.
Here’s the trick. This first action step you’re going to be taking will require no more that ten minutes of your time. That’s it.
I know the big picture can be daunting, but you want to know what’s even more daunting?
Not taking that first step.
I broke it down on Kansas City Live. Click below to watch.
If you want to get clear on what you want, why you want it, and most importantly (and often overlooked) how you’re going to get it, then check out The Art of Taking Confident Action, my latest program on getting what you want, even in the face of your fear. Now that’s deep.
Here for you,
P.S. I have some really exciting news to share. I’m not at liberty to share it just yet, but I promise you will be the first to know (okay maybe third after I tell my parents and Ashish 🙂