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This just in: working harder is OUT, peace is IN.
Sheri Riley, the award-winning author of Exponential Living: Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are, says “Peace is the new success,” and this woman knows about success.
By age 27, Sheri had landed her dream job at LaFace records working with artists like Usher, TLC, and OutKast. She was ticking off big dreams like a grocery list: 6-figure salary, check; buy mom a house, check. There was just one little problem — she was miserable.Never let the drive for what you want to accomplish rob you of the joy of what you've already achieved. @SheriRiley Click To Tweet
Now a mother, entrepreneur, author, and empowerment coach, Sheri’s on MarieTV to give you her hard-earned roadmap to a full and fulfilling life. She shares the story of following her heart even when everyone around her thought she’d “lost it,” and why it’s so important to put peace first.
If you’ve ever felt like you’re chasing goal after goal and never feeling truly satisfied, this is a must-watch. Sheri drops so many gems in this interview, so please get your journal ready.
4:15 — The unexpected truth about hard work.
7:00 — How to know whether you’re on the right track.
12:09 — Why Sheri refused to work with Usher and walked away from her dream job.
16:40 — Why you don’t need a work-life balance.
20:50 — Want to accomplish your biggest goals in less time? Try this to-do list trick.
29:20 — The real reason for a “mid-life crisis” and how you can avoid it.
34:32 — How to serve others without burning out.
40:11 — The #1 thing you need to find peace in times of massive uncertainty.
Ready to know what a fulfilling life really looks like? Hit play to watch now or listen on The Marie Forleo Podcast.
Exponential Living is available everywhere books, ebooks, and audiobooks are sold. Autographed copies are available at PeaceIsTheNewSuccess.com.
It really hit home for me when Sheri said, “Never let the drive for what you want to accomplish rob you of the joy of what you’ve already achieved.”
Especially right now, it’s easy to get stuck thinking of all the ways we could be doing more at work, at home, and in our communities. Take Sheri’s advice, hit the pause button for a sec and feel joy for something you’ve already achieved.
Leave a comment below telling me a dream — big or small — you’ve already accomplished.
Remember, you won’t find peace by getting more, doing more, or becoming more, but by embracing where you are now. As Sheri so wisely says, “Peace is always available to us, we have to choose it.”
With peace, love, and gratitude ?,