People believe you have to be ‘serious’ in order to be successful. This is the biggest lie ever.
Key Insights & Aha Moments
*This interview is gorgeous!
*Jason is going to blow your mind!
*By the way! I have a new freebie about following up!
*Who is Jason? He loves to make people laugh!
*Jason has always been an entrepreneur, even though it wasn’t intentional at first.
*Passion isn’t always enough.
*Be smart on how you quit your job.
*Jason did the unthinkable after running a year on his savings, he went back to corporate!
*Do you have to be serious in order to be successful? Of course not!
*“If you were a ‘serious’ entrepreneur, you should be doing this.” Again, not true!
*Why is Jason qualified to talk about any of this?
*What does it mean to be a ‘prisoner’?
*Self-leadership is like a language. The more you use it, the better you are.
*Jason was raised with a prisoner mentality.
*How does Jason handle stress?
*There’s nothing we can ever get from outside of us, that doesn’t already exist from within us.
*How did Jason get to where he is today? Was he just born like this?!
*Jason does a practice called his ‘daily why.’
*What is the ‘prison break question’?
*How can healers overcome their fear of visibility?
*Jason has a fantastic giveaway for you!
I have a positivity hangover from this interview! So, so many gold nuggets, but I wanted to touch on one thing around his comment about not leaving your corporate job. Bear with me on this one. I like how Jason does not advocate leaving your corporate job carelessly. In his interview, he said he saved for a full year before leaving. Don’t leave your ‘day job,’ for your passion. Be smart about it first!
Don’t over complicate yourself, and make life harder for you!
Elizabeth Dehn started Beauty Bets in 2009, as a way to provide unbiased product reviews and beauty advice. Since then, her blog has transformed into a fully functional business, with an award-winning skincare collaboration with One Love Organics. She also has 5.4 million followers on Pinterest! Get ready to discover Elizabeth’s story on this week’s episode.
Key Insights & Aha Moments
*Be sure to grab the “You don’t suck” workbook!
*Who is Elizabeth? She’s an editor and writer by trade!
*Elizabeth was resistant towards Pinterest at first, but is so glad she did it, because that’s where she’s received the most exposure.
*Is it still possible to create a blog in 2017 and have success?
*YouTube is another way to break through!
*Everyone has something new to offer and bring into the mix.
*What kind of challenges did Elizabeth face this year?
*After a while, Elizabeth began to feel a disconnect between her and her business.
*Elizabeth had to really re-define her definition of success.
*You don’t have to work hard, it doesn’t have to be hard, all the time.
*Life is supposed to be easy. We just make it hard.
*What is Elizabeth’s higher purpose?
*We feel connected and separated at the same time, when it comes to social media.
*What has helped with Elizabeth’s success?
*Remember, you’re not alone. Do it now!
Elizabeth triggered this for me when I sat down with her. I’d like to share you a piece of my story that I don’t really talk about all that much. She really reminded me of the hustle and the number of hours I killed myself over, when starting my first business. After coming out of that experience, and overworking my butt off, here’s what I can tell you: I could have saved so much time and energy if I’d had a lot more focus and clarity!
People do not have enough faith and trust in the universe!
Sean Croxton is on a mission to serve a million people. He was the former host of Underground Wellness Radio, and when it was no longer serving him, he created The Sean Croxton Sessions, which you can find on iTunes. Sean goes deep and talks about money mindset, having clear goals, and what to do with the critics in your life. Sean doesn’t hold back about being comfortable with who YOU are, and to never let others silence you.
Key Insights & Aha Moments
*Sean has a very unique ability towards taking complex things and making them simple.
*If Michelle was hosting a party, what music would Sean be playing?
*Let’s talk about goal setting and why it’s so important.
*There’s not enough faith and trust in the universe!
*How does Sean view money? Money is a tool!
*Sean kept wondering why he was always trying to sabotage himself with money, and why he couldn’t keep his money.
*Money is a beautiful thing! Why do healers have such trouble with this concept?
*When Sean charged too little, he attracted uncommitted clients.
*It’s funny how the most critical people are afraid of criticism.
*Why did Sean leave Underground Wellness?
*Passions have seasons. And Sean’s passion was DONE.
*Stop listening to others, and listen to your inner you, that knows how great you are.
*Sean thanks his parents for helping him become the voracious reader he is today.
*Sean wrote content first, and gave to his community first, before he wrote the book.
*Always look for evidence that your tribe wants something, before you end up creating it.
*What’s Sean currently struggling with?
*Sean talks about his latest podcast, Quote of the Day.
*Sean understands a lot of people in the wellness industry have a hard time explaining to folks the benefits of what they do, without the ‘woo-woo’ and spiritual stuff. Sean tries to incorporate more scientific research into the work he does.
Okay, before we wrap up, I just want to get something off my mind. Visibility! This is a real issue for my inner circle community. There is a huge opportunity for you to see great improvement just by getting off your couch and getting visible! Get visible in your community, online or offline, and always be connecting and networking! Put yourself out there, and grow wherever you can.