Just wanted to share my progress with you here...
The timing of the Impossible Goals program has been excellent for me. As a hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner, I've spent the last two moment working on a goal to create my first major self-improvement products - it's been a lot of work organising seminars, filming them, recording CDs, writing a book, designing playing cards, not to mention the piles of free online videos and blog posts, list building and website design...
...And finally, on deadline, today is launch day - or as I like to call it, Independence From Negative Emotions Day - happy July 4th ;-)
I've imagined the 'impossible' and created my Happiness In A Box and Confidence In A Box' programmes. If you're curious, please take a look at http://www.vivcraske.com
- and I'd love to know what my fellow mission impossiblers think...
So now onto my 'impossible' goal I'm working with in July...
What I'd like to do is to sell out of all 200 programmes this month. I have a modest list size, but I have a great product (well, you can decide for yourself). In the spirit of Michael's audio yesterday, I'm going to make a request of you...
I need your help to achieve my goal... please, please, please, if you are excited by what I'm doing, sign up to my mailing list (on my contact page). Please, if you like my product consider whether it's right for you. Or your friend. Or colleagues. Or family. Please copy my web address and send it to your friends, Facebook buddies, Twitter friends, email lists, or link your site to mine.
I've taken a big leap of faith to make this happen, and I believe that there is no product out there like this.
And in the spirit of Michael's audio too, I'm going to make another ask. Michael if you read this (or your Genius Catalyst colleagues) I'm going to ask you guys the same thing - if you like my programmes, please talk about them, recommend them etc etc.
I am going to take massive action.
I have just ticked off 2 more action points on my list.
Thanks for listening.
Happy Independence Day!
Ps. why is it 'impossible' and not 'unpossible'. Perhaps it's just saying 'im possible', hich is true, right?