Just about every entrepreneur I have ever dealt with – and I’ve dealt with thousands – would say that freedom is a top value of theirs. For me personally, it’s #2 – right after fun!
Despite this, I see so many entrepreneurs trap themselves. They get caught up in “twirling, swirling and MAYBE-ing” themselves silly. And they wonder why they don’t feel free.
As Marge asks in the movie Fargo, “Do you think they might be (click, click) connected?”
Watch this video (revisited from 2011 when I had long hair!) for my take on the price of freedom and let me know what you think by leaving your comments below.

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It’s been said that I’m a “challenge junkie.

Personally :: I’ve pulled Dukes of Hazzard-like stunts from moving cars. Biked through Ireland. Danced on stage at the Sydney Opera House. Performed stand-up comedy. Jumped out of airplanes. Moved to NYC on a whim.

Professionally :: I’ve started multiple businesses. Founded a large-scale business expo in the Midwest. Walked away from a perfectly good business to start something else. Launched a series of one-day events in multiple cities.

And I jaywalk in New York City. (Ha! Who doesn’t?!)

But that’s not where I started. 

I started taking tiny little chances as a kid. Then bigger ones as a teenager. Then even bigger ones as a college grad. I worked up my “challenge muscles” and it became easier and easier to take on the bigger risks and challenges.

What saddens me is that I see many entrepreneurs not playing up to their brilliance. Hiding. Not going after the thing they REALLY (maybe secretly) want to do.

So you play smaller than you’re capable of. You get sidetracked doing stuff that doesn’t really matter and before you know it, it’s tomorrow. And next month. Then next year.

And that really cool (or scary) thing you wanted to do is still just something you want to do, not something you’ve done. So you feel unfulfilled.

So what is it for you? 

What is that thing you’ve been wanting to do, but haven’t because you don’t know if you have the money. Or wonder if it’ll fail. Or think people will laugh at you. Or that you’ll be exposed.

Or maybe it’s something personal that you’re just waiting to do until _________ happens in your biz so you can actually go for it.

 

If any of this sounds familiar to you, I want to challenge you to a dare.

If there’s something in your personal or professional life that you’d like to accomplish but you don’t see how to make it work – or find you just haven’t gotten around to it because other things seem more pressing – I dare you go for it.

In fact, I’m so interested in you making “shift happen” for entrepreneurs that I’m going to walk you through 21 micromovements that get you clearer and closer to it becoming a reality.

It’s called Declare Your Dare :: 21 MicroMovements to Make Shift Happen.

It all begins Tuesday, July 1 and goes for 21 days straight through July 22.

It’s fun. It’s free. And it’s fruitful.

You with us?

If so, click over to http://declareyourdare.com to toss your name in the ring and join the party.

I double dog dare you to join us!

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Knowing your highest priorities is the key…

Watch my video on pay time vs. no pay time that I did four  years ago. It’s still relevant today. (Don’t let the hair shock you!)

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If you’ve ever had a case of guru-itis like I did at one point, you know the guru coaches who dangle the prospect of building your multiple 6 or 7-figure business.

And they make it sound like it’ll be so easy for you!

To get my take on the cure, watch the video by clicking below…

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Yes. You can

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