February 2013

How to Win Your Inner Creative Battles and Reclaim Ownership of Your Mind

Note from Jonathan: Sometimes it seems like your mind just runs wild with abandon. And to make matters worse, it seems like everyone and everything around you is constantly fighting your attention.

So, how do you win the battle for your mind? Enter Tom Morkes, a man that jumps out of helicopters for a living and spends his time geeking out on neuroscience and how it affects human behavior. Tom is a Trailblazer graduate, a PTE lifetime member and an incredibly smart guy with a lot of wisdom to offer in this post (there’s a special call to action you should really pay attention to at the end).

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Over six months ago we let in a small group of members into the Paid to Exist Lifetime Membership Program.

These members will have unlimited access to Trailblazer, The Job Escape Kit, our Group Mentorship Coaching Program and every ebook, course or workshop we ever create.

Forever.

Lucky them.

But here’s the deal, I’m lucky too…

Many of these members have gone on to become ambassadors for Paid to Exist, mentors in our membership forums, and have become like family.

One of those members even started working directly with us recently as part of our team.

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Free Guide: The Freedom Funding Kit

For better or worse, money holds most of us back from doing what we really want to do.

We inextricably tie money to our freedom. Security, above most things is ironically what makes us feel most safe to pursue our deepest desires.

So, have you strategically considered what it will take, in dollars and cents, to feel a sense of ease, calm and collectedness?

Have you mapped out how to replace your day job income doing something you would wake up excited to pursue?

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How to Create Your Own Annual Visionary Quest

We rented a cabin by the river for a few days; packed up all our essential belongings and spent a few days in solitude reflecting, ruminating and scheming on our plans for 2013. We called it a Visionary Quest.

Rather than doing the typical boring resolutions-making at home, Dustin and I decided to do something a bit different this year (which somehow led to handstands on the dance floor with a toothless rodeo cowboy, but I’ll get to that later).

I’m going to share with you the exact process we used to identify and correct all the problems in our business, and the steps we took to create a strategic, doable plan we’re excited about executing in 2013.

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