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Hey hey! Welcome to episode 183 of Life on Fire. For this episode we’re doing something special and something different – we are going behind the scenes of someone else’s event! The someone else is Tai Lopez, a truly successful entrepreneur who is a friend and has given so much to me and the Life on Fire movement.
You’ll see what happens before and during this sold-out event: including several of the talks I gave his group and a private lunch for Life on Fire supporters who were at Tai’s event. It’s a fun and informative look at what goes on behind the scenes, and where I’m taking Life on Fire next.
In this episode you’ll hear:
- How to grow your audience and attendance at your own events. (2:45)
- What’s the biggest obstacle most entrepreneurs face? (3:35)
- Why having a big why is vital. (4:25)
- How to get into state, and what that means. (9:45)
- What does courage actually mean? (9:50)
- And so much more!
In the first segment of today’s episode you’ll join me as I prepare to speak to Tai’s group and share why it’s so valuable to connect with other people’s audiences. I’m always intent on growing my audience, and growing the attendance at Life on Fire events so tapping into someone else’s audience is a great way to share my message, bring more people into the Life on Fire fold and touch even more lives.
But the most important reason for speaking to Tai’s group is I wanted to give back to him. Tai has always been a great support for me and what I’m doing with the Life on Fire movement so I wanted to help him and help his community.
I shared with them why having a big why is so important, how it calls you to jump out of bed in the morning rather than grinding through your day just to get it over with. Being passionate about what you do is vital to success in your business, and in the rest of your life.
If you’re wanting to find out what you’re that passionate about ask yourself what you would if you had $100 million in the bank. If you had that money and you had traveled, and given back in whatever ways you desire to give back, and had taken care of all the loved ones you wanted to take care of what would you do? Who would you serve and how would you serve them? What would you do with your days?
Answering those questions is how you find your mission, your movement and start building your Life on Fire.
After I spoke to Tai’s group I held a private lunch for Life on Fire followers who were in attendance. I wanted to get them all together to talk about my vision for the Life on Fire movement, and share with them something I’m doing that I have wanted to do since starting this business – but have been afraid to do before now! You’ll have to listen in to find out what that is, it’s exciting and I’m pumped to do it now!
After lunch and after Tai spoke to his group I wrapped up the day with a discussion on how to get into state, and why it’s important to do so often. When’s the last time you thought about your most courageous moment in your life? Now when’s the last time you worried about money? Or about your health, or a loved one?
Why do most of us spend so much time worrying about things, and listening to negative thoughts, and so little time focused on the positive things in our lives? You can turn that around by thinking of your most courageous moment and writing it down.
Really get into the details of it, feel the feelings you felt and remember what you saw, heard and even smelled in that moment. Write it all out and think about that every single day. Let that become your touchstone when things get difficult, go back to that courageous moment when you find yourself spiraling down into negative thoughts and pull yourself out of it. Get your mind and your body back to that moment of courage and embrace it. Doing so helps you be present and live full out every day, and start living your life on fire!