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Voice Angel

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Hello everyone,

Nice to meet you all!
I just finished reading The Fastlane and am about to devour Unscripted.

I was brought up very much Slowlane-minded, and I found myself slipping between Sidewalk and Slowlane over the years. My many mistakes over the years led to my developing accountability and learn from my mistakes. So I'm on a path right now to offer whatever I can of value to the world with what I have, on a daily basis.

I read a book a week to keep myself educated, and am working on offering the best possible quality to the Law of Attraction community on my website.

I recently published my first non-fiction book, which won a little award here in Canada, but my goal for publishing this book is to help others with the book content. I'd like to maximise my reach so more people can benefit from the book and would love to have it translated but at the moment, the translation costs are prohibitive. So I'm keeping the translation part on the backburner and keeping on moving with other aspects.

Although I'm part of the manifesting community, I ended up creating my offerings based on being:

1) frustrated with the emphasis on over-visualizing / dreaming with little room for action-taking
2) fuelled by a passion to create something better (LOA meditations and other process-driven offerings that help my community in the ways they are looking for)

I offer products that use process.
I feel like I'm still learning, so I've been updating my book every month to make it better and more relevant to the reader!

I was quite stuck a while ago with having different offerings. But now, rather than spreading my energy over the different options, I'm in the process of funnelling all of them through my one brand so they tie in together for the "monogamy" route.
Also, working on my brand purpose right now with more clarity.

My next plans are to create some courses, write more books and create more meditations.

I work full time at a 9-5 job, and work on my business during lunch, on the way to and from work, on walks, and at night when the kids are busy or in bed, and on weekends.

Here's to all of us learning more together!
 

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Sebastya

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You didn't hear?


Jokes aside, welcome!
 
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Voice Angel

Voice Angel

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thanks! haha, I did read that thread actually!

To be honest, I feel like I have more to offer now than I did before 35, AND I'm getting off my a$$ each day to refine my offerings and get moving LOL.

I love the creation and execution parts, I just have to keep clarifying each step as I go along...
 

AndreP

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Welcome Voice Angel,

Don't mind your age, for example I'm almost 45 and still learning allot. I think with your age you have a lot of life experience....that is a very important one

Did you read the books from @MJ DeMarco ? I read both books in a few weeks ( started a month ago) and they totally changed my fiew..and I did read a lot of books already.

Grt Andre
 
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Voice Angel

Voice Angel

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Welcome Voice Angel,

Don't mind your age, for example I'm almost 45 and still learning allot. I think with your age you have a lot of life experience....that is a very important one

Did you read the books from @MJ DeMarco ? I read both books in a few weeks ( started a month ago) and they totally changed my fiew..and I did read a lot of books already.

Grt Andre
Thanks!

I finished Fastlane yesterday (just incredible) - and have started Unscripted today. I really love MJ's style of writing.
You're absolutely right - Fastlane changed my view very quickly. I had to stop reading so I could totally commit to 100% quality service (or money back) for my offerings and reflect that in guarantees everywhere on my website. And MJ's author examples were really helpful.

How have they changed your life, would love to know? :)
 

AndreP

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Thanks!

I finished Fastlane yesterday (just incredible) - and have started Unscripted today. I really love MJ's style of writing.
You're absolutely right - Fastlane changed my view very quickly. I had to stop reading so I could totally commit to 100% quality service (or money back) for my offerings and reflect that in guarantees everywhere on my website. And MJ's author examples were really helpful.

How have they changed your life, would love to know? :)

I took advice from slowlaners. So was busy with investing, compound interest etc.
I stopped it, and now I going to invest it more in our company. That was my first concrete step. I also noticed I'm much more critical to al the slowlaners news and information. I have a total different mindset. What some books can do .

Just joined this forum and hope to expand knowledge and contacts
 

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Welcome aboard VA! Glad you found value in the books!
 
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Voice Angel

Voice Angel

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Unscripted is blowing my mind.
I started revising my book today to strip away anything that was niche-speak and without purpose.
Ugh, realized that I have some unlearning to do.
 

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Welcome to the forum VA. Looking forward to following your success.
 

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A family friend quit his long time job at ~55 and started doing real estate stuff instead. 65 now with no signs of stopping. Pretty sure he's doing pretty well financially (very secretive guy though so I can only assume)
 

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I started revising my book today to strip away anything that was niche-speak and without purpose.
Ugh, realized that I have some unlearning to do.
I want to write a simple, clear message on my website, but next thing you know I have a paragraph. And I still haven't communicated what I really wanted to say.
 
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Voice Angel

Voice Angel

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I want to write a simple, clear message on my website, but next thing you know I have a paragraph. And I still haven't communicated what I really wanted to say.
Yes, me too. I think it's part of the process. Continually clarifying and stripping away the non essential.
 
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Voice Angel

Voice Angel

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My WHYS on becoming wealthy:

To pay off my parent's mortgage so they don't have to worry about money ever again, and can travel like they love to.
To gift my sister money so she can do more of what she loves to do.
To move closer to them and see them more often.
To create something of value to the world that's not just ego-driven.
To enjoy more time with my family.
To inspire my daughters.
To feel like my life was worth something to the world, not just filled with mindless consumerism.
 
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