Before we get going into today’s episode, I want to thank you so very much for all of the love and prayers you sent our way after last week’s accident.
I’m happy to report we’re all doing so much better, and we’re taking very active (and gentle ) steps to heal.
There’s no doubt in my mind that YOUR positive energy and intentions have, and continue to, help my family tremendously.
Speaking of family, you’ll get to see and hear directly from my man Josh — today.
Josh is an incredible actor, director and teacher. While you can look him up on IMDB to see everything he’s been in, you’ll be able to catch him this summer in the brand new Showtime series, Ray Donovan alongside Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight.
So how does this relate to you?
Well, if you ever struggle with a fear of public speaking, or putting yourself on video, or getting on a big stage, or “putting yourself out there” . . .
This MarieTV episode is a MUST WATCH.
Josh has been one of my “secret weapons” and I’m sooo darn excited you get to experience some of his genius today.
You’ll learn a completely new way to think about — and more importantly — manage fear that’s holding you back. And this entertaining method involves both Einstein and vibrators. Go figure.
If you loved this episode and want a deeper dive, Josh has created an incredible multimedia Committed Impulse learning program that we’re a proud affiliate of.
As you know, I don’t endorse many things — but since I’ve personally benefited from this work for over a decade, have hired Josh (yes, hired) him to teach alongside me during seminars and retreats, and seen the results he gets people first hand — his work gets my full endorsement.
Truly life changing.
Now, in the comments below — Josh and I would love to hear from YOU.
First, tell us an emotion or sensation you’d like to overcome.
Then, describe that emotion or sensation in terms of vibrating atoms. Are those atoms bouncing, stretching, pulsing, spinning, heavy, light or something else?
Finally, nickname your vibes and commit to party with them! Of course, if there’s anything else you’d like to share in the comments — go for it.
Thanks, as always, for tuning in and being a part of this incredible community.
With so much love,
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