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July 26, 2016 62 min
Why are some people good at everything...and they make it look easy?
There are common virtues that live inside all successful people.
A strong work ethic, yes.
A certain level of intelligence, certainly.
Ambition and a belief in oneself, most definitely.

But success is a curious thing. The virtues and beliefs we hold, while the cause of success in one area of life, often don’t lead to success in other areas.

Think of the workaholic with a miserable marriage.
A loving family with no money to send their children to college.
The rich CEO who hasn’t taken a vacation in years.

Having it all...
Money, love, fulfillment, happiness, respect, time, etc… is HARD.
It’s hard enough to sacrifice one area of your life to have success in another, so having success in everything might seem IMPOSSIBLE.

It is not.
It is not only a goal worth pursuing... it's a life worth living.

On Today's Show...
Join me in welcoming my friend and colleague Allyson Chavez, the passionate mind behind this amazing free summit.

I am excited to be one of the expert speakers included in the online summit Bigger. Fuller. Better: Your Guide To A Richer More Fulfilled Life.

Allyson will be joining us on the show today to tell us about this tremendous group of experts that she has put together, and what you can expect from joining us at the summit.

Success may be hard, but it really CAN BE that simple.

Join Miracle Academy creator Allyson Chavez and a host of other experts in money, love, health, relationships, energy, manifesting and more, and discover how you can have success in ALL areas of your life, not just a few.
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