The Secret Truth to Being Successful

It has been ingrained in me from a very young age that success in any form, comes from hard work. This belief is what got me through my Common Entrance Examination when I was ten, got me to my high grades at the CXC level when I was fifteen and what saw me burn right out in college, only to fight for supremacy in University.

It is a concept that has also seen me through many days at my various jobs and even more so as a budding entrepreneur.

However, it is also a concept that I realized I grossly misinterpreted and drove too far, too deeply. The concept of hard work suggests to me sweat, blood, tears and an unrelenting drive to achieve my goal. The flip side of that being, there is little room for fun, happiness, mistakes or patience, things I realized I needed for a healthy life.

It is a concept that I have grappled with for years because if I was not successful in something, then it meant I needed to work even harder, and had to make even more sacrifices, which always felt wrong but necessary.

Those sacrifices often times came in the form of spending time with loved ones, taking breaks, taking good care of my health and body and becoming even more of a workaholic who had nothing to show for it.

It meant I had to do more, dig in my heels further, cut out all distractions and drive myself ever onward towards success.

Success meant hard work.

It’s only later in my life, late twenties really that I began to understand that hard work did not actually mean eye-strain, sleepless nights, fighting to work with people who did not want to work for me or sacrificing time with love ones .

 It did not mean self-punishment or being super unhealthy. In fact it turns out that hardwork meant having a new school of thought, where I needed to do less, which allowed me to have even more.

As an entrepreneur, I listened to many webinars on strategy, on building up my business and all the things that I absolutely had to have in place or guaranteed failure of my business, and I am here to say that all of that was absolutely wrong.

In life it’s not about having the right strategy, it’s not about working yourself to death and it is definitely not about robbing yourself of happiness.  What it is about is fueling your high energy meter.

Psychologist, mindset coaches, spiritual healers and intuitive entrepreneurs all know the truth behind living your best life and being successful.

In short, they all know one secret truth:


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what awaits you:

The secret all the experts, gurus and yours truly now know to be true and has helped to become way more success in all areas of life.

Gabby Bernstein weighs in on what a ‘Super Attractor’ is and how becoming this inspires even more success in life

We talk fear addiction and how to rehab the habit in real life.

Ashlee talks about her struggles with accepting this new way of reaching success and it’s not at all what you’d think it’d be.

We break down how this weird concept, unlocks the lifestyle you desire when applied daily.


The Confusing Skill You Didn’t Know You Needed

Is it me or does it feel like the more we obsess about our goals, the more they seem to frustratingly not happen?

We are often told that if we want to be successful in life, we need to have motivation, desire, ambition and commitment, but as I’ve realized recently, there is another very important ingredient that many seem reluctant to talk about.

And since I’m not a reluctant person, but mostly because I want to share this information with you, I’ll let you in on the most secretive ingredient since KFC’s 7 herbs and spices.

The ingredient is ‘detachment’.

Yes, you read that correctly!

Now I can almost hear you murmuring, ‘what does detachment have to do with being successful?” cue confused face.


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What awaits you:

Remez Sasson, author of Emotional Detachment for Happier Life, weighs in on why detachment is so important for mental health.

We look into the book of Alan Watts, The Wisdom of Insecurity as it explains why you need to relax your tight grip on how life should unfold.

We break down the Backwards Law

Marla Tabaka, a small business adviser, as well as Tania Kotsos, contributor for Mind Your Reality, weigh in on why releasing control actually brings success.

Remez Sasson, author of Emotional Detachment for Healthier Life, talks detachment, peace and if they actually go hand in hand.