Devastating heartbreak. Sudden illness. Unexpected departures.
Whether it’s a business challenge or a personal situation, tough times happen for everyone.
Trying to “stay positive” and “keep the faith” can feel almost impossible. And no matter how strong we think we are, unforeseen change can leave us all feeling quite vulnerable and lost.
That’s why it’s important to remember that even though you may feel helpless — you’re not.
On today’s episode of MarieTV you’ll be reminded of four simple concepts and practices that can be your lifeline back to normalcy — especially when everything around you is far from it.
(Ironically, you’ll see how we dealt with a few unexpected challenges of our own while on set shooting this episode!)
Have you ever wondered…
“Why aren’t more people buying my stuff? I’ve worked really hard and put so much time and energy into this thing. Plus — my product is really freakin’ good! Why don’t I have more customers?”
If so, you’re gonna love today’s episode of MarieTV.
Listen in as my friend Ramit Sethi and I talk about a simple, yet profound, shift you can make to sell more and make your clients and customers happier in the process.
I gotta be a proud business mama for a minute.
Last week, we officially graduated the 2013 class of B-School: our online business training program for modern entrepreneurs.
Our grads are from 77 countries around the world. Totally diverse in age, type of business and drum roll — we had more men than ever in the program this year!
It was truly an extraordinary experience.
We’re getting close to having 10,000 worldwide graduates — which blows my mind.
On behalf of myself and my team — we feel both humbled and privileged to play a part in helping hardworking, honest, ethical business owners in every corner of the globe reach higher levels of happiness and success.
We’ll open up early enrollment for the 2014 class later this summer. If you want details, let us know by virtually raising your hand here.
Now onto today’s episode — which is a toughie!
You’ve worked really really hard to build a business you thought was your lifelong passion, but it turns out — it’s not.
The bills are piling up. The business is on life support and you need to make a clear decision: either turn things around and save your business, or admit defeat and move on.
Should you close down what you’ve poured years of your life into or do you strap yourself in and find a way to save your business?
Have you ever felt blindsided?
Like a situation appeared in your business or life that threw things into a tailspin and suddenly all of your options to move ahead seem, well…
Sooner or later, we all find ourselves in the midst of a challenging situation and can feel ill-equipped to move forward.
When the proverbial dookie hits the fan, many of us react in one of two ways. Either:
1. We freeze up and become unwilling to make any decision — hoping that somehow, someway, everything will “magically” take care of itself (which it rarely does).
2. We make a series of rash decisions from a place of anger or fear, triggering even more seemingly sucky problems than we had in the first place.
Thankfully, there is a third option.
Have you ever been in a really tough spot in your life and a book practically saves you?
Years ago, when I broke off an engagement and found myself struggling to grow my new business, one woman’s words made all the difference to me.
Her book was a real turning point — and I’ll never forget it.
Little did I know that a few years later, I’d have the chance to thank her personally for writing what was one of the most important books in my life, A Return To Love.
While I was in Los Angeles this winter, I had the honor of sitting down with the legendary author, Marianne Williamson to dive deep into her latest book — The Law of Divine Compensation. On Work, Money and Miracles.
Join us as we dive deep into the hot button topic of money, career and doing what you’re meant to do in this world.