What’s your biggest regret?

What’s your biggest regret?

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There are only  days to go to enrol for the Blog To Profit Class of 2016.  We start the 22nd Fabruary.

 As with any launch, regardless of the size of the list, the audience size, the reach of the ‘launcher’ or the business balls they have, it is always nerve-wracking. I have spoke to business women with lists of 50k people and technical processes locked down like a submarine who still poo their pants during every launch.

It is a process of feeling somewhat exposed, vulnerable, scared and uncertain all at the same time. And you’ve just gotta’ ride it, because vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation and creativity.

I have been reading the absolutely spectacular ‘The War of Art’ by Steven Pressfield. One of the most phenomenal books on creativity that exists today.
(You read that right, it’s not The Art Of War – the book famous by Sun Tzu)

These here are some of the questions I have seen and answered in the last week from people who were pondering Blog To Profit:

‘Am I good enough?’
‘Am I expert enough?’
‘Do I know enough about my subject to start a blog?’
‘Am I good enough to be a writer?’

And then last night I read a paragraph in The War Of Art that that sent me straight here to share with you.

“If you find yourself asking yourself (and your friends), “Am I really a writer? Am I really an artist?” chances are you are. The counterfeit innovator is wildly self-confident. The real one is scared to death.”
Steven Pressfield

We all feel fearful when we are about to step into a new zone in our lives. Making a choice to do something differently can be incredibly difficult because even if we don’t necessarily LIKE where we are today, we at least know what today looks like.

While this is true, it is not a healthy way to live life. It is unfortunately why so many people spend years or decades or a lifetime feeling stuck, lost, flat, flattened and directionless.

So, If you feel even remotely called to join our class of 2016, but your’e scared, or fearful or stuck, perhaps this will help you out… THERE IS A 2 WEEK MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!

See, it’s entirely risk-free.

If you don’t like the eCourse, don’t feel like it fits you or aren’t getting value from the eCourse, then I will happily return your money.

Blog to Profit will help you create, promote and profit from your blog, there is no doubt about it, of that I am sure. Within our class you are also going to feel seen, heard, and valued.  

See this picture below?

A chalkboard stood in the middle of New York City asking passersby to write down their biggest regrets. As the board filled up, it became noticed that all of the responses had one alarming thing in common.

Do you know what that is?
biggest regret

I’m going to give it away…

People regretted NOT doing something. 

They regretted NOT…
They regretted NEVER…
They regretted that they DIDN’T…

All of them.

Nobody regretted trying something, doing something, changing something, learning something…

Last year, when I launched Blog To Profit for the class of 2015, I had a big group of people who contacted me after the cart had closed and said, ‘please can I still get in?’.

I don’t want you to regret not joining if you have an inking you may just want to start or build on your blog.

You don’t need to want to to take over the whole world to want to make an inspired change. There are times when small steps can ignite incredible results. That’s the power of starting a blog. It’s a low-risk, inexpensive, tribe-building tool. It’s a fear-busting tool. It’s a personal development powerhouse. It’s a growth opportunity you can take sitting in your own lounge-room!

A blog will help you form connections with people you never would have met otherwise and with loving support and a kind community behind you, you may well be inspired to change the entire trajectory of your life.

It’s risk free. Like I said, I’ll give you your money back if you don’t dig it (but I know you’re going to LOVE this course!).

Come and go from Blog To Profit with us this year.

Blog To Profit I’m waiting to give you virtual hugs on a weekly basis inside the course right now!

steve pressfield quote

What’s your biggest regret? was last modified: February 16th, 2016 by Alice Nicholls



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