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Calling All Dreamers and Seekers

17 Sep

Do you have a business idea you’re aching to implement but keep shying away from?

Is there a creative project you’ve been putting off forever?

Do you want to change your life but keep getting stuck before going all the way?

Yes? Well then, have I got Ā a treat for you. šŸ˜€

Enter Natalie Sisson‘s killer initiativeĀ $100 Change, a 100-day programme for $100Ā ā€” huge momentum for a dollar a day. What could be better?

Natalie runs her own business and is super dedicated to helping others get what she’s got: a location-independent business that suits her lifestyle right down to the ground and frees up her time to do the things really important to her.

I follow her blog The Suitcase Entrepreneur and it’s packed with tools and information for beautiful growth in your life + business, so of course I’m a fan of her awesomeness. šŸ˜€

Anyway, I signed up for $100 Change on Saturday and I’m talking about it here because I believe in what she’s put together to make a difference in the world.

Natalie’s writtenĀ this kick-ass postĀ on how the project came to be, and check out thisĀ delicious overview:

This is an opportunity to join a community tailored to meet your creative needs and support your journey to fulfil your dream. Plus, you can eneter to win one of 10 scholarships and use the money to further your goal. There’s a ton of value in this and it’s time to get your greatness started.Ā 

I’ve already changed after just one prompt landed in my inbox: I sat down and wrote the introduction for my second eBook. My outline had been gathering dust for the past few weeks, yet I got the push to flesh it out within 24 hours of signing up! Explosive progress, innit?

This is how movements are born. This is how history’s written. You have 100 days to build habits that’ll ensure your success. Sign up. Make them count.

Natalie’s rooting for you. The 100 change makers are rooting for you. Ā I’m rooting for you.

You can choose to turn your life around within 100 days. The question is, will you?

Image credits: Natalie Sisson

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