In this episode of MarieTV, we do have some adult language. So if you do have little ones around, grab your headphones now.
Marie Forleo: You see it?
Speaker 2: I see it. I see it.
Marie Forleo: What?
Speaker 3: Yes! Yes!
Marie Forleo: Where is it? I don’t… Ahh, it’s there!
Speaker 3: It’s there, Mama.
Marie Forleo: Come on! Come on! Who’s that? Who’s that? Who’s that?
Speaker 2: Yay!
Speaker 3: Yay!
Marie Forleo: Oh my god. Hey look, did she looked familiar at all?
Speaker 4: Hey look! Does she look familiar?
Marie Forleo: Yeah, kind of a little familiar? Yesss! Yess! You guys are amazing! Oh my god! Ah! Crush it.
This is our first tour stop for the U.S. leg of our tour. So tonight I’m going to be meeting hundreds of people and Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach are going to be co-hosting and moderating with me. We’re going to have a great conversation on stage. I can’t wait. Some of Team Forleo who lives in the area is going to be there. And then we had this amazing moment. So I knew that the book would appear in some airports, and when we landed, we ran right over to Hudson News to see if it was actually there and it was there. And it was so exciting and we had a little bit of a commotion that there was a woman who was checking out. She was like, “Who are you? What’s happening?” And I was like, “This is a great book. You should really get it.” She was like, “I want your book.” So I signed the book for her, gave her a little sticker. It was really, really joyful. So, I’m excited for more magical moments on this tour. So let’s see what happens.
Speaker 5: And part of what I really hope that people take away from this book is how much innate wisdom you already have. You have an internal guidance system. Your heart, your intuition, your soul is always working to speak to you, and I think we’ve just been taught as a society not to listen to that.
Marie Forleo: I do stand behind the thesis. I really do.
Speaker 6: Wow. Well, we’ll talk backstage. I need to figure out how to get my family to close the cabinet doors. Seems like it’s a difficult task.
Speaker 7: Because I would have to care enough to solve that problem.
Marie Forleo: That was really well done, okay.
Hello. Yeah, and I’m so grateful. Thank you so much for doing this.
Speaker 8: Thank you for having me. I was like, “Woah!”
Marie Forleo: Yeah, no, this is really exciting, okay? Yes! What’s up Chicago? Hi!
Group: Everything is figureoutable!
Marie Forleo: Yeah, no, no.
Speaker 8: You gave them a mini masterclass.
Marie Forleo: Oh, thank you.
Speaker 8: Seriously, I was like, “Are people taking notes?” They absolutely were. Because I’m like… Are you tweeting some of these quotes that she’s dropping on you people. It was amazing. Yes, it was so good.
Marie Forleo: Thank you guys. Oh, is this our guy? This is amazing.
Speaker 9: Oh my god,
Marie Forleo: What is happening right now? This is a mess.
Speaker 10: That’s just how we do. Everything is figured out.
Marie Forleo: This is the joy wagon. That is the best Uber ever. How does that even exist? That should be its own company. I would pay double for that to always be my thing. I bow to Hector. Yeah.
Speaker 11: Hey, it’s 11:15!
Marie Forleo: I know. Well listen.
Speaker 11: I want as much of you as I can get.
Marie Forleo: So good to see you.
Speaker 11: Nice.
Marie Forleo: This is our crew, so Tom. So just got done. I’m filming Chase Jarvis’s show and then also interviewing him for the Marie Forleo podcast, which was awesome because we’ve been wanting to do that for a while and it just so happens that we’re all here in Seattle at the same time. Hi. Oh my god. Holy shit. Yes. No, no, no. Oh my god.
Speaker 12: Look at you. Yay , how are you?
Marie Forleo: I know. Nice to meet you.
Speaker 12: I saw you and I was like I’m wondering.
Marie Forleo: Yeah. Thank you. Hi you guys! You’re amazing. You guys are amazing. Oh my goodness. I love you desperately.Like a lot.
Speaker 13: And I know that so much for me like just so many people reach out about chronic pain, about struggles, about like okay, I see my dreams, I want to chase my dreams, but physically how do I do that when I’m fighting? That says…
Marie Forleo: Yes
Speaker 13: You answered a lot. It was really cool to be able to talk about that because I feel like you see online so much these days of people telling you to chase your dreams, but really there’s so many people feeling the struggle.
Marie Forleo: Absolutely.
Speaker 13: I mean the majority of people at some point are going to deal with some kind of…
Marie Forleo: All of us.
Speaker 13: Physical or injury or illness of some sorts.
Marie Forleo: 100%.
Speaker 13: So, anyways, it just kind of cool that we got to touch.
Marie Forleo: So we’re in the Seattle airport now. We’re going to San Francisco, but we got to check and see if I’m in this airport bookstore.
I’m not here.
Speaker 14: There you are.
Marie Forleo: Where? Oh, they always love to put me next to Snowden. What do you think that says? Is there some metamessage in there that I need to know about? Hi. Now, every book in the S terminal has been signed by the author herself. Clearly, I can’t form words yet.
Oh shit. Okay. Okay, we’re dying here. We’re just off.
Speaker 15: Hi.
Marie Forleo: Hi.
Speaker 15: You ready?
Speaker 16: Are you sitting?
Marie Forleo: Yes. Ahhh!
Speaker 17: Number one!
Marie Forleo: Oh my god! Ahhh!
Speaker 17: Number one! Oh my god. Congrats. Oh my god.
Marie Forleo: Oh my god. Are you serious? Holy shit. We fucking did it!
Speaker 16: You did it!
Marie Forleo: Hi. Oh my god. Hi. Oh my god. Oh my god. This is so fucking awesome. Heading over to the San Francisco stop right now. And I will say it’s a little bit still out-of-body experience with the whole number one New York Times Best-Seller thing is pretty cool. But it is sinking in. Hi guys.
So for anyone thinking that, you know, this doesn’t apply to me or you don’t know what I’m going through. Here’s what I say. I respect you. I respect and appreciate our differences. Just the fact that you’re here tonight tells me that you and I probably share a little bit of DNA in this fact that we’re both students and seekers. And while I don’t know the details or the history of your hardships, here’s what I do know. Your power is immense and your potential is limitless and I believe that you already have everything it takes to transform or transcend any challenge you face, no matter who you are or no matter where you come from.
Last night was big. You know, we found out that we made number one New York Times Best-Seller. I still kind of can’t believe it, but it’s awesome. And now it’s about really kicking ass on the rest of this tour. And then going back home for a quick rest before we go to London.
Oh my god. Audrey? Do you want me to, can I text this to you? Yes or I’ll go… Oh my god. Oh my god. Thank you.
What’s up LA? Oh my goodness. All I got to say… LA, y’all are lit on a Friday night. Okay so, I got to do this right now…
Speaker 18: That was great!
Marie Forleo: Thank you.
Speaker 18: Oh my gosh. You did so good.
Marie Forleo: Getting ready for the Brené Brown book tour stop. I am so excited, so we’re getting ready to head over to the church right now.
LA was like lit. I wasn’t… It was like an… We weren’t even on stage yet. And there was people up on stage doing choreography. Like we had a DJ. I was like, y’all don’t even need me to come out. You’re having a good time on your own, which is what we want. I was like, dude, just hang out all night. You don’t even need me.
Crowd: Everything is figureoutable! Yes.
Speaker 19: How are you? How’s the tour? How’s life?
Marie Forleo: Yes. Hi you guys. Like most people when you have super big dreams. You’re like, “Oh my goodness. How do I get from here to there?” Chunk it down. So, what’s the next project? You don’t have to answer this, but this is rhetorical. What’s the smallest bit of the next project in front of you that’s just going to get you one step closer to that bigger dream. It might be a specific project that you need to finish, right? Don’t worry about the big thing. Keep it small and I promise you, you practice on the small things, the big things take care of themselves. So if nothing else, say “everything is figureoutable” as much as humanly possible from a neuroscience perspective, repetition is one of the key principles of neuroplasticity. It will help reshape your brain to focus on creative solutions rather than problems. And here’s why it’s so important to say it as often as possible. Because the most powerful words in the universe are the words you say to yourself. Thank you so much for coming out Austin. We love you and we will see you soon. Thank you.
Hey Austin, got some of these books and I’m signing it for you.
Speaker 20: At BookPeople.
Marie Forleo: At BookPeople in the Austin Airport.
Speaker 20: Gate 20.
Marie Forleo: Gate 20. United? You guys, do you know who that is? It me. It me. On the cover of Success Magazine. Do you think we should buy it? That little phrase is super, super powerful and you cannot overlook it due to its simplicity. And in fact, I think because it’s so simple, that’s what makes it so profound. No I would have kind of cracked into that. For sure.Alright. Yay. That was fun. Short amount of time.
Speaker 21: How does it feel to be wrapped with US?
Marie Forleo: It feels really satisfying. To be honest it feels a little bit sad. I feel like I always have this like whenever there’s a big project, I didn’t have a lot of time to process after the New York City event because we went right into a very big week and then we went right on tour. But, I always have a little bit of sadness after projects that involve this much connection and interaction. I’m like, oh my god, what now? But I don’t have to think about that too long cause we go to London in a week.