Making Your Passion Your Business


Making Your Passion Your Business

There is a book that came out in 1998 called Do What You Love to Do and the Money Will Follow. The author was Marcia Scinitar and it made a big splash. It resonated with a lot of people.

Joseph Cambell made a similar statement in his now-famous series . . .

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Passion Burns

Passion Burns

I have a webinar coming up soon called, Making Your Passion Your Business. Sounds good, but what does it mean?

What is passion? Where does it come from? What drives it? And what if you don’t have passion? Does that mean you won’t be as successful as someone who has a lot of it?

If . . .

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Who the **Bleep!?** Am I?

Who the **Bleep!?** Am I?

Last weekend, during the Radical Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance Workshop, 20 courageous souls got answers to that question. They also found out what was getting in the way of knowing the truth of who they were.

This is what this workshop was all about. Coming to understand why and for what purpose we have . . .

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Today’s the Day

Today’s the Day

You probably haven’t forgotten that today is the day we are doing the Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance Webinar, but I thought I would send you a quick reminder anyway, just in case.  

I know how easy it is to let it slip by you even on the day, and I don’t want you to . . .

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Self-Forgiveness Workshop

Are You Always Criticizing and Blaming Yourself
for Everything and Putting Yourself Down?

Colin reveals how to change all that in just 2-1/2 days. He’ll give you the keys to feeling a whole better about yourself using the Radical Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance philosophy and the Tipping Method Technology. His workshop has helped hundreds of people . . .

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How to Beat the Holiday Blues

How to Beat the Holiday Blues

For more people than the Hallmark Card industry likes to acknowledge, Christmas day and Valentine’s day have one thing in common: An increased feeling of loneliness arising immediately afterwards.

The industry starts revving up for Christmas in early October. The promise is that happiness will prevail for all as . . .

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