We’ve all heard about The Law of Attraction, and there’s part of us that wants to believe that we can create what we desire. Well, you can! Learn how one Succeed student achieved financial, physical and spiritual well-being.
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As a Professor and Associate Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Georgia State University, she wanted a way to increase abundance without requiring extra time, as her schedule was already overbooked.
Isabelle first set a goal of creating an extra $10,000, and within weeks accomplished that. She then modified the goal to create an extra $40,000 by the end of the 100 day Challenge period.
Isabelle knew she was capable of creating financial success, but she didn’t fully grasp that the basis of Accelerating Abundance is "co-creating" which deepens ones spiritual practice by working with the divine to create what we desire.
As part of her Prosperity Challenge, she also prioritized her health and increased her physical well-being, as well as her financial and spiritual well-being.
"Co-creating is the best way to ensure the Law of Attraction works," says Succeed On Purpose founder, Terri Maxwell. "Isabelle is a perfect example of how Prosperity Challenge students start off with financial goals, meet them quickly, and soon realize that they can also create a more balanced life overall."
Congratulations Isabelle on co-creating abundance, prosperity and well-being!
Known as part Wayne Dyer and part Richard Branson, Terri is a world class business growth expert, serial entrepreneur, and life transformation coach with a purpose to inspire potential. In a career that spans more than 25 years, she has launched, owned, sold, rebranded or turned around more than 40 brands. She has authored several books, and created game-changing models for business and personal success. Terri is the Founder and CEO of Succeed On Purpose Inc.
I learned to “assume positive intent,” meaning no matter what another person says or does, rather than immediately judging them, I instead would assume positive intent. I assumed they meant well or were doing their best.