Why I Happily Walked Away From A Million Dollars

October 1, 2013

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Have you ever let go of something pretty good in order to create something truly great?

Whether it was leaving a good-enough job, a comfortable relationship or even closing down a profitable business…

Sometimes the only way to get what you really want in life is to leave behind the sure thing you already have.

For many, success can be a trickier trap than failure.

After all, if nothing’s really “wrong” — why not just keep a good thing going? Shouldn’t we just keep our head down and be grateful for what we have?

Not always.

In today’s brand new episode of MarieTV, you’ll learn about the power of listening to your heart and forging your own path (and definition) of success.

One that doesn’t always line up with other people’s expectations.

Because I’ve learned that true courage comes not only in what you say yes to but, more importantly, what you’re willing to walk away from.

Here’s a link to Jim Collins’ timeless book, Good To Great.

If you’re anything like me, you love the freedom and energy surge that comes from throwing away junk, clearing out stacks of paper and getting things off your ‘to-do’ list that no longer serve you.

So I’d love to know:

What should be cut loose in YOUR life?

What’s ONE specific thing that’s really good that you’re ready — or afraid – to let go of in order to create something great?

Could be a revenue stream, a relationship or something else. Leave a comment below and let us know.

Thank you, as always, for reading, watching and sharing your genius here.

You make Tuesday my favorite day of the week.


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