Sep 4, 2019
Today's episode is with Emily's mentor Jim Fortin. They recorded
this episode LIVE on Facebook so you'll hear Emily and Jim
answering viewer questions. When you're ready for a massive life
transformation, Emily highly suggests you register for Jim's FREE
training starting today called BE DO HAVE. The link is
Jim is widely considered the leader in subconscious
transformation, and he’s helped countless people from all around
the world transform their lives from the inside out for twenty-five
years. He is a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming
(NLP), a Master Hypnotist, he’s apprenticed with a shaman since
1994 and weaves his unique life experience together with modern
brain science to create a powerful and rapid transformational
methodology for his students.
Highlights you won't want to miss:
background journey into Neuro-Linguistic Programming
- Explaining the Be. Do. Have. model
- Defining the idea of "working from your
working hard is not enough.
- Shifting your identity to align yourself to
your highest self.
we need to be 100% responsible for our lives.
detriments of the victim mindset.
- Breaking down the "tourist in New York"
importance of "looking in the mirror" and making a
steps to take when you know "you" are the issue.
- General, but tangible examples of "being" what
you need to be.
#1 thing most people need to do right now to begin a
- Shifting your mindset to charge for the value
do you let go of the "outcome-first" mentality?
you shouldn't worry about being judged.
3 Key Points:
have to be the person you want to be to get to where you want to be
must be 100% responsible for yourself to have the outcomes you
courageous, be of service, put your heart out there, and go
do I need to be, to do what I need to do, to have what I want." -
we work from circumstance, we repeat our circumstances." - Jim
look at the ways that we can be that actually affect the doing that
affects the outcome." - Jim Fortin
always comes down to what are our ways of being, how do we choose
to be?" Jim Fortin
gonna say what I wanna say because it moves people in the way that
I do it. You, however you choose to do it, go do the same
thing." - Jim Fortin