Last weekend, I was interviewed by entrepreneur Troy Hoffman for his podcast, The Daily Question. We spoke all about my latest book, Generation Why Not®? 7 Principles to Peak Performers, Driven by Attitude, Not Age, and about how limiting beliefs can hold entrepreneurs back!
I’m so excited about this book! I’ve been interviewing so many fantastic, purpose-driven entrepreneurs who have figured out how to release themselves from the limiting beliefs that were holding them back. I got to share some of the key traits of people who are a part of Generation Why Not®?
Does this sound like you…or someone you want to be?
- Open to possibility
- Believe anything is possible
- Know you are a co-creator with the universe
- Universal Laws are unbending
- Universal Laws are embraced, not resisted
- Intentions are based on abundance, not lack or fear
- Commitment to what they want and desire is greater than their commitment to fear
- They listen to the wisdom of their intuition
- Committed to the journey as much as they are to the outcome
- They allow for the universe to bring them results by being unattached to the specific outcome
Most recently, I was in New York.
I went to New York with a very good friend, and we had planned to travel together because he wanted to go on my next New York trip. So we did it! I thought. I thought it would be fun to go with someone who lived in New York for most of his life. He’s fun to be with and I knew he’d suggest some fun things to do and fun experiences.
And then, I found out about a week before our trip, he had met someone from out of the country and they had planned to meet while on this New York trip. He told me he would meet up with me between his visits with this gal – they were going to have a fun little love fest the five days we were in NY!!
That just did not feel in alignment, to say the least!
I thought, Wow, why are we on the same flight to New York? Why are we going at the same time if he’s just going to “fit me in?” I felt “dissed,” once I got over the shock of this new information.
So he canceled all of the “fitting in” when I shared my feelings about it. And truly, it wouldn’t have mattered if it had been a love fest, or anything else – my intentional assumption was that we were going to do our own things during the day, and then connect in the late afternoon or early evening to meet up and enjoy each other and the city. Read More