Why You Already Have What it Takes to Build a Successful Online Business

Reader Q&A with Lynda Keagan

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be successful in online business? Have you ever doubted that you can succeed as an affiliate or run a huge product launch? Do you watch others being successful and think, “that will never be me”? If so, this is for you.

What it takes to succeed in online business

At one time or another, we all have doubts.

We think that we don’t have enough experience. Or that we have the wrong kind.

Episode 090: What Kenyan Runners Can Teach You About Success

Using Pain to Push You To Greatness

When you experience pain, what do you do? How do you react? Do you avoid it at all costs? Or do you, embrace it, use it to propel you to greater success and accomplishments than you ever thought possible? Today we talk about how a single African tribe has come to totally dominate the running world, and what it means for you.

Episode 090: What Kenyan Runners Can Teach You About Success

DISCLAIMER: Parts of this story that are a bit graphic, so if your children listen to this podcast with you, we would suggest that perhaps you listen to it first and determine whether you want them to hear it–it’s not explicit, we just describe some of the extreme pain that these Kenyan runners endure…

Episode 082: Making the Leap From Successful to Very Successful

The 4 Things You Must Learn to Do

Did you know that not all successful people are equal? What separates the very successful from the successful? In today’s episode you will learn 4 things you must learn to do to make the leap from successful to very successful…

Episode 082: Making the Leap From Successful to Very Successful

If you look back at the most successful people in history, You will find that each of them clearly learned to do four things. Some learned them earlier than others. But eventually they learned them all before they reached the level of very successful.

In this episode we talk about:

  • The difference between being successful and very successful
  • Some examples of very successful people

Episode 075: 29 Things Successful People Never Say

There are certain things that no successful person ever says. Successful people are intentional about the words they speak, to themselves and to others. Today, I’m going to share 29 things successful people never say.

29 Things Successful People Never Say

Some of these 29 things might seem obvious, while some might surprise you, especially if you’ve based your definition of success on what Hollywood or the media says.

It is by no means a complete list, so I want to hear from you. Leave a comment below with what you would add. You can also tweet it using the hashtag #SuccessNeverSays.

Episode 064: The Conscious Millionaire JV Crum III

At an early age (four years old), today’s guest decided to become a millionaire. Twenty-one years later, he achieved it. That might sound like the end of the story, but it’s actually the beginning.

Episode 064: The Conscious Millionaire JV Crum III

Deciding at the age of four to become a millionaire is not very common. Usually four-year olds want to become a firefighter, an astronaut, or perhaps an athlete or doctor. But JV Crum III was an entrepreneur at heart, start his first business at five years old, and made a decision early in life that he wanted to become a millionaire.

When he achieved that dream at the age of twenty-five, he discovered it wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. He was basically living the American Dream but he writes, “I thought that becoming a millionaire would be the whole answer, but I wasn’t happy nor was I fulfilled.” We discuss how he came to that realization and what it was like to realize that he hit his goal, had all the stuff he dreamed about and discover he wasn’t truly happy.

I also ask JV if he thinks entrepreneurs are born, made, or if that path in life is something you have to decide on. His answer might surprise you.

We also discuss the power of visualization, specifically how he coaches someone through his conscious process. And since JV has spent decades studying ultra-successful people, I ask him about some of the common traits among them.

This is an interview that you don’t want to miss.

About JV

Our guest today is a best selling author, world-renowned business coach, and mentor. He became a self-made entrepreneur millionaire in his twenties and is an investor who has built and sold companies. Our guest is a visionary strategist and is also a speaker in the areas of conscious business, fast profit growth, and youth leadership. He holds graduate degrees in three areas – law, and MBA, and a Masters in Psychology.

He is the Founder and Director of a global non-profit that supports the development of youth leaders from age 6 to 25 who are giving back to their communities and uplifting humanity. The non-profit he founded, Conscious World Foundation, produces the annual Conscious World Day to both honor youth from around the world and inspire others with their heart-felt stories of giving back and making their difference.

On a personal level he is an adventurer and world-traveler who loves the outdoors, nature, and all things related to water, from class-five water rafting to skiing.

He’s helping people to live with consciousness and purpose. He’s showing the world that wealth and social responsibility are not mutually exclusive. And he’s inspiring a new generation to think big and think bold. JV is a true world changer.

Why You Will Never Find Happiness

I’ll admit it. The title of this post is deceptive. Many of you read it and probably did a double take. Did I really just tell you that you’ll never be happy? No…I told you that you will never find happiness.

Why You Will Never Find Happiness

The pursuit of happiness

Seven years ago, I was pursuing Tara, who is now my wife. Every day was a new adventure. One day I sent her flowers, the next I wrote her a poem, the next I’d surprise her at her house when she got off work. Every single day I did something intentionally to deepen our relationship.

I never expected for her to just accidentally fall in love with me. I never expected for her to just find love in her heart.

The same is true for happiness. You will never just find it. It must be created intentionally. It must be worked for.