Why the Dalai Lama was wrong
I know that what I’m about to say may initially offend some people – and yet I feel compelled to share a powerful distinction that really moved me and may change the course of how you run your business, for good.
Not too long ago at the Vancouver Peace Summit, the Dalai Lama was quoted as saying, “The world will be saved by the western woman.” Just for the record… when the Dalai Lama speaks, I listen with both ears… It’s just that this time I feel he was off just a little bit in his statement about the future.
I’ll give you a chance to hear my full explanation in a minute but I want you to know I said what I said (controversial or not…) because I wanted to make a point: it’s time for you to play a MUCH bigger game in your business.
No more playing small and resisting what you’re truly meant to do here on Earth. Now, it’s time to share your brownies with the world.
Consider this: How do the most successful entrepreneurs and business owners consistently attract all the ideal high-paying clients they need and make more than they’ve ever made before while creating true meaning and financial success, impacting thousands with their own unique gifts, and live a freedom based life on their terms… while most others can never break through that internal struggle to live the life they’ve always wanted?
It’s an “internal struggle” that’s holding you back – keeping you playing small instead of stepping UP and stepping OUT to play a much BIGGER game in your life and in your business. You see, it’s your duty to play a bigger game because, without even knowing it, with each client you help, you essentially change the world.
It comes down to this: Your willingness to play big is 90% of your success or failure in business. In my brand-new free video training program, I’ll personally teach you everything you need to play a much bigger game, so you can be of service to the world in a much bigger way (and multiply your income doing it.)
Video #1 is live and you can access it immediately—and yes, you’ll also get my full explanation on why I think the Dalai Lama was off just a little bit in his statement. Hear me out, ok? Watch the video here.