Since discovering Seth's work, my world has changed because...

I began to understand that with an adventurous approach to my life, an open mind and open heart and without expectation of what it might look like on the journey, then I would find riches in all sorts of unexpected ways.

It feels joyful to live from a value of service to myself, my family and friends and my community. The only thing that held me back from being this person was simply one thing - fear. So every time I felt any kind of resistance, I would analyse and ask, is this the kind of fear intended to keep me safe so that I stay alive, or is this the kind of fear that just limits me from my own expansion, i.e. the lizard brain? When I really got the difference between living to survive and living to live, life began to change for the better.

My creativity wheel started turning faster, business ideas cropped up, I got a spring in my step and things began moving forward. I have asked myself if it was just about the timing. Maybe so, but Seth's leadership and clarity has enabled me to fully embrace the changes and wonderful new projects that my "timing" has brought and with a greater sense of humour than I would have otherwise. When the student is ready the teacher appears... I stepped up and shipped (my blog and a business community) against many odds thanks to Seth, his work and the great people around him that I have benefited from interacting with. Hallelujah. Thank you Seth for your brilliant light. Fly Butterfly. Go the Unicorns!


So, what's my best advice? Build an asset. Large numbers of influential people who read your blog or read your emails or watch your TV show or love your restaurant or or or... Then, put your idea into a format where it will spread fast. That could be an ebook (a free one) or a pamphlet (a cheap one--the Joy of Jello sold millions and millions of copies at a dollar or less). Then, if your idea catches on, you can sell the souvenir edition. The book. The thing people keep on their shelf or lend out or get from the library. Books are wonderful (I own too many!) but they're not necessarily the best vessel for spreading your idea. And the punchline, of course, is that if you do all these things, you won't need a publisher. And that's exactly when a publisher will want you! That's the sort of author publishers do the best with.