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There once was a girl who wanted to go to school. But some people around her did not want her to learn.

They feared education would give her power. Those people had a meeting and decided to assassinate her. On October 9, 2012, they walked onto her school bus, asked for her by name and shot her in the head.

Her name is Malala Yousafzai.

As you may know, even their bullets couldn’t silence her.

Malala is one of the world’s most courageous leaders, and one of my personal heroes.

On July 12th, Malala will turn 17 and finish another year of school.

We’re partnering with Malala.org and other organizations to celebrate Malala Day on July 14th, and we’d love you to join us.

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Do you ever feel torn between different parts of your personality —  especially when it comes to how you represent yourself in the world?

After all, we humans have multiple personalities, so to speak. At different times we can be humorous, inspirational, sarcastic, kind, angry, authoritative, blunt, poetic, direct, friendly and a million other things too.

Whether you write (a blog, book, newsletter, social media updates, articles, etc.) or speak publicly on behalf of your company, it’s important to consciously choose the tone and language you use to communicate your message.

But with all these different parts of your identity, how do you choose which voice to use out in the world? And is it really wise to show your real personality in a professional setting?

This is the topic we’re diving into today on MarieTV. You’ll learn two simple keys to consciously choosing a genuine brand voice that best represents you, and helps you make the difference you were born to make.

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Money. It can be a really loaded topic, especially within ourselves. I haven’t met one person who hasn’t wrestled with their own beliefs and behavior around it.

Things can get even more interesting when you’re doing work you love and people actually start to pay you for it. A distressing amount of guilt can crop up.

Whether it’s from a fear that your work’s not good enough, or that somehow you’re unethically “taking” from others…

Left uncheck, seller’s guilt can derail the success and joy you deserve and stop you from making the difference you’re meant to make.

In today’s episode of MarieTV, learn how to kick three of the most destructive money-guilt goblins right to the curb so you can continue to produce great work and enjoy the rewards.

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“Who is this guy?” That’s what I asked myself when I first saw his work. He was passionate, articulate and massively creative.

If you don’t know Jason Silva, please take 2 minutes and 55 seconds to watch this video before diving into our longer interview. You’ll know if this uber inspiring philosophical jam is up your alley.

Heads up: this video still brings tears to my eyes when I watch it because it reminds me of how damn much I love love. How much I treasure life in all its forms and how incredibly fleeting it all is.

Since you’re still reading, I’ll take that as a sign that you’re ready for more Jason Silva.

As a person who is always creating and learning, I love meeting people who can make me even more inspired to stretch my own capabilities, reach farther and dig deeper.

That’s what I admire so much in Jason and I hope he inspires the same in you. In today’s interview we’re talking futurism, technology, spirituality, idea sex and more.

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Most of us work really, really hard to make good things happen in life.

We put in long hours. We take risks. We keep the faith. We constantly work on our craft. We put ourselves out there and do our best to serve others.

But once you start experiencing success, do you ever worry about losing it?

What if everyone stops buying? What if I just can’t keep creating magic? What if people get bored of me (my talents/products/services) and I become yesterday’s news?

It doesn’t matter how positive or spiritual you are, or how diligently you work, because our brains have ancient circuitry called negativity bias. Meaning, we tend to give more attention and weight to negative thoughts than positive ones.

If you find worries about it all “slipping away” mounting in your mind over and over again, there are concrete steps you can take to neutralize them.

In today’s episode of MarieTV, you’ll learn three simple and effective keys for how to deal with the fear of losing it all.

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