As she says “I was a freelance writer, for a small Sydney magazine, before I realised a dream to help others create the lifestyle that they truly deserved. I use the word ‘deserved’ with intention.
It was one of my first, big spiritual realisations: We are not all living our highest potential, we deserve so much more than we’ve been taught to expect.”
That’s a fascinating insight not just to this ladies outlook, but also life itself.
Why are we taught from such a small age to be realistic, be practical and leave the dreaming to, well the dreamers.
Shouldn’t we be encouraging people to go for the mad stuff, the big stuff, the stuff that real dreams are made off?
Challenging them to grow to the highest potential possible?
Well since 2006 our guests life has been one intertwined with the all of this and more, and with such personal values such as laugh regularly, think differently, be persistent, be abundant (and give generously) and live what you love, she has clients flocking to her business looking for a similar mind-set to propel them to success.
So where did her positive outlook really kick in and allow her to speed forward to success?
And does she find it easier to change peoples mind-sets than most people might consider possible, bear in mind a whole life’s programming?
Well lets find out as we bring onto the show, to start joining up dots, with the one and only Monique Williams.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How she was just like the rest of us and struggled with the self-limiting thoughts that she could provide huge value to others, and get paid for it too.
How her career started as a legal secretary, and she hated it for over six years until deciding that her future was up to her to create.
How she once was forced to declare herself bankrupt, and even as she filled out the forms, she felt truly grateful and at peace with herself.
Why it is so important to listen to that little voice that we have in our hearts, that can really show us the way to where we should be going.
Why even as her career started to gain momentum, she would self-sabotage and mentally put the brakes on, which she sees with so many other people across the world.
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