And if you didn’t get a chance to attend, I’m sorry to say… but you really missed out.
The simple strategies and techniques presented on this year’s event are nothing short of life-changing.
They have the potential to help you take your feelings of fear, procrastination, self-doubt, low self-esteem and turn them into rocket fuel for real, tangible success in your life.
But… there’s good news in case you missed the live event:
For a limited time, John Assaraf is making the replay of the 5th Annual Live Brain-A-Thon available.
But this replay won’t be available for long.
If you wanted to learn exactly how to overcome your fears and take the necessary action to find your true purpose, take action on your goals and achieve the success you’ve always wanted… then make sure you watch this replay while it’s still available.
This replay comes down in ___ days… and once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. Watch it now while it’s still available…
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Have you ever thought about what the term addict means in relation to entrepreneurship? When we examine that word, many of us think about a person addicted to a substance, unable to function. But addiction can have different meanings—it seems—in a society that speaks out of both sides of its mouth. Yes, it may denote a functional drug addict, for example. However, it can also describe a person who is vigorously driven to succeed against all odds and at any cost. (more…)
I was building a 500 piece puzzle the other day with many tiny little pieces. When I opened the box, I was completely overwhelmed. There were so many pieces and many of them were very similar in color. I took a breath and thought “just do one piece at a time”. I knew that I had to come up with a plan and organize the pieces into groups before I got started. This helped me to focus and take away some of the overwhelming feelings that were coming up. I came up with a plan and executed that plan. (more…)