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Today’s Challenge: Write down 1 or 2 people who are living the kind of life you want to live, why you find them inspiring, and one question you would ask them if you met them in real life.
If you’ve been following the Living Unconventionally podcast for any length of time, you’re well aware by now of my love for Chris. His book, The Art of Non-Conformity, changed my life.
If you don’t know who Chris is, a quick rundown is that he’s an entrepreneur who has built business around his love for travel and adventure (he’s also visited every single country in the world, created and hosts The World Domination Summit, written multiple books, and is just an all-around awesome human who loves helping others find their purpose in life).
It’s a goal of mine to get Chris on the podcast and he actually agreed via email in the past but the scheduling didn’t work out at the time so I’ll be trying again in the coming months.
When I do get him on the show, my top questions for him are going to be the follow:
If you could caution someone looking to start a business related to their love of travel and desire for freedom about one thing before they got started, what would it be?
What is the #1 thing someone must do in order to have a successful freedom business?
What of online business do personally feel is dying out and what part do you think is becoming more important?
What tips do you have for those looking to have their own book published?
If you could go back and start your journey all over again, what is the #1 thing you would change or do differently?
Kathleen is actually a former guest of the podcast that I’ve been able to stay connected with. If you listened to her interview, you know she has an amazing energy and spirit. I’ve been a member of her Facebook community since she was on the show and am currently in one of her group mastermind programs.
She is one of the most genuine people I think I’ve ever had the pleasure to know and the amount of love, attention, and energy she gives her tribe is so inspiring. Her expertise and experience in gaining more freedom in your life and building a successful coaching business is also part of the reason I’ve chosen to work with her.
Since I am currently working with Kathleen, I am able to ask her questions (although I don’t take advantage of that opportunity nearly as much as I should) but I do hope to work more directly with her in the future.
When I do get that chance, I think she will really be able to help me work on my fear of failure and impostor syndrome.
Last, but certainly not least, is Natalie herself. I’ve been following Natalie for quite some time now and love everything she does. She is living my dream life and I aspire to follow in her footsteps. It’s actually a major goal of mine to be able to attend one of her retreats.
If you don’t know who Natalie is you should definitely check out her website. If you don’t feel like doing that I’ll just tell you that her brand is The Suitcase Entrepreneur and she is similiar to Chris in that she’s turned her passion for travel, freedom, and helping others into a very successful business.
It’s also a goal of mine to have Natalie on the podcast and I would essential ask her the same questions as Chris but I would switch the book publishing questions in order to ask her about planning retreats and building programs like her Freedom Plan.
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This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 6.