Outrageous Rock n Roller
Good golly Miss Molly!
Little Richard the outrageous Rock-n-Roller from the 1950’s lived life on his terms. He had a lot against him and yet he decided to be a success away.
What have you decided?
Have you noticed this pattern? Someone quotes a well-known person. Little Richard is well known. (Well, depending on your age.) Then that someone turns on you as though something is wrong with you, and asks, “What have you decided?”
Lets be clear, there is nobody like you in the world. What you bring to the table is unique. That uniqueness has value.
Does the world need your unique knowledge, your unique perspective?
Are you a coach? A hypnotherapist? A marriage counselorI? Another kind of advisor? Could you take the uniqueness you provide and build a business as an NLP Practitioner?
I am not talking about teaching NLP, that’s a different path. I’m talking about seeing people on a one-to-one basis and helping to guide them through the life steps they can’t do by themselves.
As much as you would love to help everybody, you still have to pay the mortgage, feed yourself, and pay your bills. Which means you must enter into a commercial relationship with people who are willing to pay you.
Would you be able to take satisfaction from this kind of work? If the answer is Yes, you can build your own practice, or improve the one you’re already operating. NLP skills have become so accepted that NLP Practitioners are now in demand.
Recently I have had a flood of emails from people who wanted to introduce NLP into their existing practices. They recognize that NLP will complement their own disciplines.
We’ve created a report explaining those possibilities. Please download it as our gift if this is something that interests you.
Running a business will change you. In a good way. It will become a powerful personal development journey.
You will learn a lot about yourself, really fast. You will laugh, you will cry and you spend money before you make any. Owning a business is not for the faint hearted.
People will call you foolish. Then they will offer advice, even though they have no experience, not even any first-hand knowledge of what it is you do.
Smile. Tell them “Thank you.” Then do what has to be done.
And if you’re the kind of person who will not stop until he or she has mastered each step of creating the company that will become your passionate contribution to the world, then you’re pretty much guaranteed to succeed.
We’ll provide the knowledge. You provide the drive.
And when you’re walking your own path, you’ll likely find yourself breaking into your own version of “Wop bop a loo bop a lop bam boom!”
John “Tutti Frutti” Cassidy-Rice
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