Meet me in the Big Apple: REVEAL & Business Meets Spirituality

I’m speaking at these two incredible events coming up this spring in NYC. Join me and the soul-stirring women I’ll be sharing the stage with for down and dirty money advice mixed with spiritual wisdom nuggets.

Business Meets Spirituality

April 25-27th, 2014

NYIT Auditorium, New York City

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Gry Sindig has contagiously positive energy. She stopped by the apartment where I was staying this fall to get twelve copies of Money: A Love Story signed for her mastermind participants. Even though we only spent a few minutes together, as soon as she left I knew I wanted to know her better.

Until Sunday, April 13th there’s a limited time offer of 2-for-1 tickets that you won’t want to miss out on.

BMS is a one of a kind event that brings ambitious solo-entrepreneurs and leaders from “all over the world” together in a truly inspiring environment in New York. This is a unique chance to meet and learn from the most talented speakers out there as leaders from Norway and the US will share their inspirational stories and knowledge.

At BMS you can learn how to infuse more of you in your business from spiritual leaders like Princesses Märtha Louise & Elisabeth Nordeng; The host and online marketing pioneer, Gry Sinding will teach you the online strategies you need to know to boost your business; Not to mention, you will hear inspirational and groundbreaking stories from successful authors/CEOs/artists, etc. like Kathrine Aspaas, Anita Krohn Traaseth, Mona Nordøy, Dagny Thurmann-Hoelseth and yours truly.

The goal with BMS is to boost your energy and drive for success, while also teaching you the internet marketing and business strategies you need to know, so you can create a online business model where you can make more money AND make a difference. Inspiring you to take your business from little or nothing, to really something.

If you are an ambitious leader or an entrepreneur who wants to make a difference, while making money in the process, then join us for Business Meets Spirituality: an event full of inspiration, training, and unique perspectives on building a business with passion and purpose! Oh yeah, the house will be packed with fantastic women, but men are very welcome to join as well : )

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE AND RESERVE YOUR TICKET.

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I never really knew what a miracle was.

I was interviewing my friend Gabrielle Bernstein for the Hay House New Year New You Summit and she kept talking about prayer and miracles, like she tends to do.

Now, I’m a spiritual gal. I always have been. But I kept getting stuck on the world miracle.

Up until that moment my idea of a miracle was Jesus walking on water or someone suddenly being able to run after years of being bound to a wheel chair. I could sense by the way Gabby was talking that this wasn’t necessarily the kind of grandiose miracle she was referring to.

So I asked her: “Gab, when you say miracle, what exactly do you mean?”

Her reply was fabulously simple: “A shift in perception.”

Oh! That’s a miracle?! Well geez. I have those all the time. And those are WAY more available to all of us than the over the top anomalies I had imagined.

Gabby’s definition of a miracle is downright freeing. Just a few weeks ago I was sitting at a conference listening to a speaker who I’d seen before who I hadn’t particularly resonated with. But something shifted as I sat and listened because I opened my heart and mind to him. Suddenly, I couldn’t take enough notes and a few hours flew by like it had been a few minutes. I left the lecture feeling more inspired and more clarity than I can remember feeling in a long time. It was a miracle.

This week Gabby’s new book, Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose is out.

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I’ve been using the book like a divination tool. When I’m feeling a little stuck or I’m looking for a shift in perception, I open it up and I read whatever message is on the page. I trust that it is exactly the right message I need to create a miracle in that moment.

The book is chock full of simple practices to help you ramp up your abundance, too. Gabby shared one with me called “Pray Before You Pay”  in the video below. An abundance practice/tool of mine is also featured in the book. It’s practice #53 and it’s called “Value Yourself And The World Will Value You.”

Check out the 2 minute video of Gabby and me below for a quick wisdom nugget that will help you feel less stressed out about your money right away.

Share the miracle:

Pray before you pay. #MiraclesNow (Tweet it!)

Over to you:

What are some short, miracle creating practices that you do? I’d love to hear what tips you have for stress reduction and getting back into the flow. Leave a comment below!

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Fear of public speaking, self-trust, and coming home: Glimpse TV with Gail Larsen

I used to be terrified of public speaking. I barely slept because I was so anxious the summer I first started doing live USANA presentations. One time in high school I woke up unable to walk the day I had a presentation. Coincidence? I think not.

While I was on The Freedom Tour Danielle LaPorte suggested I go see Gail Larsen for her Transformational Speaking Immersion weekend in Santa Fe. I was eyeballs deep in grappling with my fear about writing Money: A Love Story and crafting a new life for myself. I figured, why not face the speaking fear head-on right along with all the others? Plus, if DLP says to do something, I’m pretty much in every time.

So Mike and I drove from Scottsdale, AZ to Santa Fe, NM and I met Gail. And I was indeed transformed by the weekend.

Here’s what I love about Gail: she’s incredibly sweet and simultaneously fierce as all get-out. She has a profound a way of eliciting one’s true message, or medicine, as she calls it. When I showed up for the weekend I was still totally unclear about what I wanted to say. To be honest, I was pretty unclear whether I even had anything worth saying.

Gail taught me how to tune in to the wisdom of my body and access my “home zone” to tell my story. Working with Gail gave me permission to show up exactly as I was, warts and all, and tell the truth.

She helped me trust my voice.

She helped me see that I have a message that’s important.

She helped me know that I am enough.

While I still get nervous each and every time I step out onstage, I now know how to be true to myself and my message while riding the wave of emotion. I have Gail to thank for a new level of freedom.

To celebrate Gail’s launch of her new program, Transformational Speaking Online, I invited her to be a guest on Glimpse TV.

If you have a fear of public speaking, have ever struggled with self-doubt, or could use some guidance about coming home to yourself, tune in to our episode below.

Be sure you watch until the end, where Gail makes me cry with her articulation of why each of our voices is crucial on the planet.

Fear is excitement without the breath. ~Fritz Perls via Gail Larsen (Click to TweeT)

Want more Gail in your life?

Get to know Gail and some amazing graduates of Transformational Speaking for free by joining in on the Holy Fool’s Day Celebration on April 1st: click HERE.

To learn more about Transformational Speaking Online, click HERE. There’s a fast-action discount of $300 that’s good until April 7th so be sure to get your buns over there and check it out sooner rather than later.

Over to you:

Have you ever experienced a fear of public speaking? What did you do to move past it? Leave a comment below. I’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences!

 

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9 critical factors for surviving cancer against all odds: Glimpse TV with Dr. Kelly Turner

photo1My friend Dr. Kelly Turner has spent years studying medical anomalies that are more common than we think.

Having stumbled upon cases of spontaneous remission in cancer patients while she was getting her undergraduate degree at Harvard, Kelly wanted to learn more. She was shocked to find out how little research was being done by the medical community on these cases of patients healing from cancer, either without undergoing Western medical treatment or after such treatment had failed.

So she set out on an around-the-world adventure with her husband, Aaron, to interview over 150 people who’d healed from cancer against all odds.

Her new book, Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, is out. It represents the culmination both of these interviews and of her study of over 1,000 other cases of healing in cancer patients. (She was also featured on The Dr. Oz Show this week!)41ug8U+sfcL

Here’s what I love about this book: it applies to everyone, cancer patient or not. This book is FULL of practical strategies and hope for those who are living with cancer and those who are simply wanting to live a healthy lifestyle.

The book outlines 9 critical factors that supported patients in their healing, which Kelly identified in her research. They include:

  • changing your diet
  • taking supplements
  • taking control over your treatment
  • having a social support structure
  • releasing suppressed emotions
  • and 4 other surprising and exciting factors

What I found so fascinating is that only 2 of the factors are physical. The remaining 7 are emotional, mental, or spiritual shifts that contribute significantly to healing.

If you or anyone in your life has cancer, wants to decrease the likelihood of it developing, or simply wants to enhance their health, get this book. It’s full of inspiring stories, it’s really well written, and it gives you simple, specific action steps to take to incorporate Kelly’s findings into your life.

Kelly and I had a chance to sit down and have a chat about her new book in an episode of Glimpse TV. Check out the episode to learn:

  • why Kelly is a little nervous to put a book on such a controversial topic out into the world
  • what it’s like to be a brand-new mom launching a book
  • how to navigate the fine line in mind/body research between blaming people for their diseases and empowering them to heal
  • what all 9 critical factors in surviving cancer against all odds have in common
  • Kelly’s secret, silly habit and our shared nerdy obsession

Click below to watch the episode.

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No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it. ~Albert Einstein (Click to Tweet)

Join the movement:

If you or anyone you know has a case of radical remission to report, please visit RadicalRemission.com to submit it to Kelly’s archive.

Over to you:

Have you ever heard of cases of radical remission? What do you do on a regular basis to keep yourself healthy?

I’d love to hear your ideas so leave a comment below!

 

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No matter who they are, they will be touched.

I find myself frequently wanting to send fan mail and gushing texts of love. I used to hold back because I thought that if someone had reached a certain level of success, wealth, fame, achievement, or — insert whatever word you’d like here for “bigness” — they were probably saturated with positive feedback.

When Money: A Love Story came out this last fall I had a big old case of the impostor syndrome, thinking to myself, “who am I to be out here teaching and speaking on money and inspiration?”

I got really tired. I felt incredibly confused about my path. And I thought perhaps since the whole process felt so overwhelming and exhausting that I shouldn’t be doing it at all.

One night when a group of girlfriends asked me how the launch was going I replied tearfully: “I don’t like it and I want it to be over.”

What saved me from throwing in the towel were messages from people who were reading the book and getting results in their lives. Knowing that what I was up to was making a difference for people was like an elixir of healing for my doubt and confusion.

Even though I can’t respond to every single message that comes my way, I treasure them all. I’m grateful for every single person who feels moved to share their experience and how their life is changing as a result of something I wrote that they read, or something they heard me say.

The Feedback Loop

Now, there is something to the whole spiritual philosophy that we shouldn’t invest too much in the feedback we receive, positive or negative. How people experience us really has nothing to do with us. It has everything to do with them.

It can be a bit dangerous to get too tapped into feedback loops of needing reassurance each time we put something out into the world. Sometimes doing the work is way more than sufficient satisfaction.

But, last time I checked, we’re all human. And what that means, at least for me, is that it feels good to get positive feedback every now and again. Abraham Maslow, a philosopher and psychologist, even included esteem, or respect from others, in his hierarchy of needs, just after the basics of food and shelter, safety and security, and love and belonging.

When You Feel Moved, Praise.

Based on my experience both during the book launch and since it ended, I send praise when I feel moved to.

I text my friends when they write blogs that bring me to tears. Sometimes they write back. Sometimes they don’t. Doesn’t matter. I know they got the memo.

I email gushing love bombs from time to time (okay, a lot of the time.)

Sometimes I get a response that they were having a really hard day and that my note was just what they needed to hear. And then my heart melts. And I feel really grateful for the collective human condition of not having it together all the time.

I’ve stopped censoring my love, because here’s the deal:

No matter how successful we may appear, we all need to hear that we’re making a difference. (Click to tweet)

So next time you’re about to send a message of genuine appreciation and you think to yourself, “I’m sure they get tons of notes like this. They probably don’t need another one from me,” just send it anyway.

Know that your words are valuable even if you don’t get a response. Trust that they’ve landed in the perfect place.

Be unabashed with your praise. Let your love be loose and easy. Remind people that they’ve made a difference.

Over to you:

Have you ever held back from praising because you assumed the recipient of your praise didn’t need to hear it? Do you send love notes and fan mail? Why or why not?

I’d love to hear from you so leave a comment below!

 

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The answer you’ve been looking for.

Mike and I just flew to London, where we’re hanging out with my family and their menagerie of amazing animals, until this weekend when I speak at the UK and Hamburg Ignite Conferences. (Side note: my family has a dwarf hamster named Crusher who’s pretty much the cutest thing I’ve seen in my entire life.)Continue Reading

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If you really want freedom you have to do this one thing.

When I find myself doing Q + A (which is often because I love it), I’m frequently asked: “How can I make more money?” It’s a hot topic, no? My answer is always some variation on: “If you want to make more money you have to add more value.” (Click to tweet) But it’s not always asContinue Reading

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Don’t take advice from these people.

When I was 18 and I started my first business, I asked a lot of people for advice. Since I was so young I asked mostly older people for their opinion about what I was up to. I assumed since they’d been alive longer than I had that their advice would be good. Some ofContinue Reading

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When folks are this excited I just have to spread the word

I originally planned to pass this little reminder to watch the replay of the free class I taught last week out to only the people who’d registered for it. However, we’re experiencing an outpouring of love and enthusiasm for the class that’s far beyond our original expectations so I didn’t want you to miss out.Continue Reading

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The doors to B-School are open – come on in!

Marie Forleo’s B-School Class of 2014 is officially open for enrollment. I’m offering a full suite of goodies to make sure you get everything you need and then some. (They’re listed below if you need a review.) If you know you’re in, click on the star below to register for B-School and get my giftContinue Reading

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