They are the things that break us apart. They are the things that make us look in the mirror and ask ourselves tough questions. There are the things that force our expansion.
I remember every single one of my solo travels. Each time I pushed myself.
When I moved to London, I was scared out of my mind.
On my own. Without a plan.
I didn’t know how I was going to make it work. I just knew that there was no other choice for me.
Dear business owner:
There’s a reason your income is capped at the level it is.
There’s a reason your community isn’t increasing.
There’s a reason you haven’t written your book yet, or booked a stage to speak on, or called the person you wished to have on your side.
It’s because these things are really fucking scary.
If I could go back in time and speak to myself, I’d tell myself that moving to London is going to be the best thing I have ever done.
I’d tell myself that the clients will come.
I’d tell myself that the business will grow.
And I’d tell myself that everything that happens in the name of her expansion is an important and valuable thing — no matter how scary it might seem at the time.
The doors to the Sicily trip are closing soon. You might be wondering what this has to do with you.
Well, I believe that right now, you are on the very edge of your next big expansion.
You can feel it, can’t you?
But sometimes, when we know we are destined for more, we actually fight against it.
One reason creating the Sicily Trip was so important to me is because I designed it to be your one-way pass to that huge expansion you’ve been avoiding until now.
That expansion where your sales are secured, and you actually have the freedom to live a life outside your business.
That expansion where you watch your mental toughness growing, and you know you have like-minded people around you.
That expansion where you actually have the energy, motivation and you are inspired to lead the market not just watch the competitors.
Do the scary thing. Take this trip and get everything you ever wanted.
And I’m here to help you do it.
Doors close soon, I wouldn’t wait.
But you can. Why would you expand?
Let’s stay comfy and don’t change…
a damn thing.