Last weekend I was honored to spend the weekend at Success 3.0, an event committed to the conversation of redefining success in our world. There were amazing talks from thought leaders and business heroes of mine, including Blake Mycoskie from Toms shoes, Lynne Twist, Michael Franti, Michael Beckwith, Jon Mackey of Whole Foods, Jack Canfield, and John Gray.
There were about 400 people at the event and my guess is that everyone there upleveled their own consciousness and vision for how they could make a difference in the world.
And now it’s time to rally. We all need to come together to help our people and planet. We’re in this together whether we’re aware of it or not. I’m committed to living from my ideal of success and creating a more peaceful world, as well as doing my very best to inspire you to live your life in a way that allows you to express your inner most gifts and change the world for the better.
That’s why I started the Get What You Want Challenge, so that we can all have an experience taking care of ourselves, reflecting on our internal world, and taking massive action to get things done. It’s this balance of inner and outer work that’s necessary for our visions to manifest into reality and we’re the ones that are responsible for making it happen.
By responsible, I don’t mean heavy loads to carry, or pats on the back. I mean response-able. We are able to respond to the state of the world and create a new future, a new norm. I don’t know about you, but I’m excited to see what we can do.
Will you join me?
The first step is to have an experience of your own power and capacity, you can do so much in the world, but most importantly, you can be a beacon of love and touch the people around you. A force for good, a force for kindness, a force for a new level of success.
Join the Get What You Want Challenge today and we’ll have 14 days together to create habits that will allow us to make huge things happen in the world. Whether that’s saving a rain forest or starting a conscious business that serves our neighborhood.
I believe in you so much. I’m glad we’re in this together.