Personal Freedom

3 Lessons I Learned from Tony Robbins

I recently attended a Tony Robbins event in Sydney called ‘Unleash The Power Within.’ It was an incredible event – I laughed, I cried, I had breakdowns and breakthroughs!

During the event he got us to really think through who we are, how we could be growing and learning, and what actions we need to be taking to be our best selves in all areas of life. It was inspiring and transformative.

I have narrowed down all my learnings from the weekend into the three key messages that resonated with me most, which I share in my latest vlog in more depth (plus some footage from the event to pump you up).

Three lessons I learned from Tony Robbins:

1. Always be learning AND aim to be learning from the best
2. Invest in working on mastering your mindset and rewiring your brain!
3. Build your Dream Advisory team to help you grow beyond belief

I’ve realised that while I’m proactive about continually learning and growing, I need to make sure the people that I’m learning from really are the best of the best (aka Tony Robbins!).

Mastering your mindset is NEVER a one-and-done sort of process; it’s something that we all need to continually work on, re-shifting how we think about ourselves, others, and life.

I’ve also now made a goal of creating my Dream Advisory Team by the end of this year.

Because no matter how wise or knowledgable you are about your business, you absolutely need people to give you advice, encouragement, and critiques.

No one has the answer to everything, but when we help each other grow and share our knowledge and skills we can truly become our best selves!

Another thing that fascinated me at Unleash The Power Within was learning what the #1 fear was out of all those 8,000 amazing, excited, and driven people attending. Can you guess what it was?

Money. It’s frustrating that this continues to be a fear and source of worry for so many of us (really, who hasn’t been worried about money at one point in their life?!). But it needs to stop. Money shouldn’t be such a strain on so many people!

That’s a topic that I want to tackle with you right now.

What would it feel like to YOU to wake up every morning and see $200 of recurring revenue landing in your bank account?

Would that ease some of your financial stress? Would you be able to enjoy life more, going on fun excursions and trips with friends and family? Would an that $6,000 in income each month make a difference to you?

Perhaps you’re thinking to yourself that creating that sort of recurring revenue simply seems impossible right now.

But it’s not! It’s totally doable and people do it all. the. time.

How do I know? Because since starting my blog back in 2010, I’ve created an incredible online business, writing books, releasing podcasts and vlogs, and creating courses, workshops and retreats.

I’ve seen my revenue consistently grow to multiple six figures, while enjoying more and more lifestyle and business freedom! It’s been an amazing dream, and something that I’d love all of you to experience as well.

So as part of my new FREE Video Workshop I’ve released a video training on how to monetize your skills and talents and grow your business.

I show you how to do this with my 1 Page ‘Miracle’ Business Plan, and walk you through the steps within it to help you get a real handle on your goals, objectives and current and future revenue streams that will bring you financial freedom.

I’ll give you plenty of real-life examples of how to add more revenue streams AND show you how quickly they can add up to 6 figures and beyond.

Plus you get to download the template and use it for free!

So if you’re tired of not making the income you know you’re capable of or feeling like how you earn your income isn’t aligned with who you truly are, then click here to start making your dream life a reality.

How to Change Your Life For the Better on a Sunday

Research has shown that you are what you believe. You are what you think and what you think drives everything you do and experience in life.

Research has also shown that what you perceive is what you believe….anyone else reading this in the voice of Napoleon Hill from Think and Grow Rich?

Your personal perception of reality is determined by the beliefs you hold. This does not necessarily make them real, except for the fact that you believe they are.

Your beliefs create and dictate what your attitudes are. Your attitudes create and dictate how you respond — in other words, they dictate your feelings.

And your feelings largely determine how you behave.

But what does this really mean for your life?

Basically you have the opportunity to change the way you think, and what you believe, and therefore change your life.

Have shitty negative thoughts, experience more of that in your life.

Focus on gratitude and abundance (even when you don’t feel like you have either) and it starts showing up in your life.

Get really clear on the ideal client you want to close in your business this week, guess who turns up on Monday?

Train smart and do a daily visualization of you completing your upcoming triathlon in your personal best time…and you likely will.

The thing is, that isn’t easy to do if you have no idea what you want to think, how you want to change and what you want your ideal life to look like.

So it starts with getting clear on what matters to you, what your priorities are and what would feel like you’re living with purpose.

Enter Life Pilot.

Life Pilot Sunday Reflections that work

Every Sunday, for the last year, my partner Josh and I have taken ourselves off to a lovely cafe or on a nature walk to do our our weekly Life Pilot Reflections.

Basically over breakfast or a ‘walk and talk’ we reflect on the week that’s gone.

We ask each other some of our prompt questions to dive deeper into what really went on.

Like what went well this week, what could have been better and what was holding us back or moving us forward?

One of our favourite prompts is to do Roses, Thorns and Bananas.

What the heck is that?

It’s a great way to look at what is going well in your life and the week (roses), what wasn’t so hot (thorns) and what surprised you (bananas!).

It’s an extremely illuminating and effective exercise. We usually start with roses, for example:

“I finally finished that report and it felt like such a big project to wrap up and I’m really proud of it” — rose.

“I noticed I procrastinated like crazy on starting that new project” — thorn.

“I was amazed at how much extra energy I got from our boxfit sessions this week” — banana.

Paying attention to your life and how you’re living it, allows you to focus in on fine-tuning it to be the best possible life you can live.

Everytime we do this we uncover truths like what activities hold us back, where we are limiting ourselves, what things put us in flow.

Using our spreadsheet we can see patterns over days, weeks and months of what’s working for us and where we procrastinating or getting stuck.

Being more intentional about how we spend our time and tracking that every day using our spreadsheet and toggl.com has made us far more productive, effective and present in our every day lives.

As a rather famous man once said:

You underestimate what you can do in 3 years but overestimate what you can do in one year. ~Bill Gates

And it’s true!

Which means we think we’ve cracked the issue of goal setting which comes down to knowing what the heck you’re actually capable of achieving.

That’s because we’ve gone from dreaming and scheming about our 3 year plans, and then reverse engineering those lofty dreams into 1 year goals, then quarterly, monthly, weekly and right down to daily.

It’s been transformative. It’s a simple methodology for winning life one step at a time.

After years of personal development and testing tools, templates, strategies and methods of others, I feel like we’ve combined all of that and simplified the heck out of it, to make it doable and effective.

One small step per day, one seemingly insignificant action, can lead to a ripple effect in a short amount of time — weeks or even days.

That can lead to all sorts of amazing changes in a matter of weeks and months that shift your life direction into what you wish it to be.

Like Ruby, who joined our Life Pilot Challenge in July:

“I joined Life pilot hoping to gain a bit of control and calm over what was shaping up to be a ‘busy’, exciting but at times overwhelming year. The life pilot system has allowed me to dream big in ALL facets of my life, not just my business. Incorporating regular check-ins to prioritise, reflect, learn and grow helps me remain focused and on track to turn the vision I have for my business, family, health and relationships into reality. A month seemed like the perfect amount of time to begin embedding life pilot and I really valued the three zoom calls and weekly emails. I never felt overwhelmed by the level of content and in fact found that they were perfectly timed, just as I felt my attention slipping they’d arrive and keep me on track.”

What exactly is Life Pilot?

It started out as a geeky, colour coded spreadsheet Josh and I put together last June to help give us more direction in our life. We had big dreams but were well aware that we needed a better system of making them happen.

Simplicity and essentialism was our focus. We didn’t want to end up with tonnes more on our plate and feeling overloaded.

The 3 x 3 theme of Life Pilot is what makes it so user-friendly and why it gets results.

By that I mean we have a 3 year vision template, and to make it a reality you’re can’t set any more than 3 goals a day, week, month, quarter or year — which has proved massively challenging for all the overachievers in the world and those who have way too much going on.

But boy does it work!

It’s more than a spreadsheet, it’s a way of living and staying focused on your dreams, and as far as I can see, from researching a multitude of others tools and journals, it’s the only one that shows you how to look at a 3 year vision and translate that into an action you have to do tomorrow!

In a matter of months, it allowed us to achieve more than we thought possible, and not just in our work lives, but across all areas including health, relationships, personal growth, wealth, lifestyle and impact.

It gave us daily focus and momentum, and at the same time allowed us to focus on our individual dreams, as well shape our joint ones together in a way that was exciting, fun and doable.

Life Pilot is unique in that you can do it yourself, but it’s even more powerful if you buddy up with a friend or partner and do it together.

Even better the time you’re investing in doing it, is time spent making your life better, because you put it to work immediately and can start to see the results.

The truth is Life Pilot works because it keeps things simple and adds in accountability. Two of the most important things you need to succeed.

If you know it’s time to overhaul your goals and turn your long-held desires for your health, wealth, personal growth, business, relationships and impact you want to make into reality, then

Come join our 10 Day Life Pilot Challenge.

What 7 Years of Podcasting Has Taught Me

I made a pretty big decision this weekend to end my podcasting journey, without any fanfare or second guessing.

It dawned on me that I have been podcasting for 7 years. Seven freaking years of putting out episodes!

What started out as monthly back on May 16, 2011, turned into twice a month around 2012 and at at the end of 2013 became weekly.

By 2015 I’d decided to up my game and go twice weekly, with one interview one ‘Fresh in Fifteen’ 15 minute show with my own tips.

In august 2016 I hit 1 Million Downloads which was a pretty awesome achievement for me and a show of wonderful support from listeners and the Suitcase Entrepreneur community.

As I wrote in that article:

I started my podcast in 2011 on May 16th. I actually had to look that date up as I couldn’t remember!

My first guest was the lovely Colleen Wainwright from Communicatrix and the interview (from my side at least) was pretty mediocre. You can check it out here.

Episode 4, I convinced Laura Roeder to talk about The Art of Not Doing Everything Yourself.

From there, I was off and running.

At it’s peak 40,000 ‘Freedomists’ tuned in from all over the world, every month. To date it has over 1.8 million downloads which blows my mind.

I know many of my peers have podcasts that do that in a few months, but I’m proud of that result plus 200+ five-star reviews.

In late 2013 the podcast was nominated and made a Top 10 Finalist in the Business Category at the Podcast Awards and it consistently ranked in the Top 100 category for Business in iTunes.

Weekly interviews with successful entrepreneurs and digital nomads included Michael Hyatt, Amy Portereld, Pam Slim, Chris Guillebeau, Pat Flynn, Jaime Masters, Chris Ducker, Jill and Josh Stanton, Josh Turner, Nisha Moodley, Mark Manson, Nick Loper and Denise Duffield-Thomas to name but a few.

Podcasting Benefits

A few other valid points I made in that article:

  • I love podcasting – I enjoy it and it works for my natural talents – I like to talk a lot and I like to interview all types of people, treat it like a casual conversation, and bring out the best in them so they can share their stories far and wide
  • It’s a fantastic community building tool – I love my Freedomists who listen in every week and then meet me in person to tell me how much they enjoy the show – and that I sound exactly like I do on my podcast. Their engagement and feedback makes my day.
  • It’s a fantastic business marketing tool  – I’ve indirectly traced more revenue thanks to listeners telling me that they signed up to a program or a retreat or a mastermind because of hearing me talk about it on my podcast. I’ve also increased my list thanks to people who opted in to get my podcast bonus guides.
  • It’s an excellent way to engage with and partner with sponsors – I’ve been fortunate to have a host of amazing sponsors over the years like 99Designs, Hostgator, Upwork, Skross and more. Some I approached, others approached me and it’s been a brilliant source of revenue to not only fund the costs of running a podcast but as a revenue stream all in itself.

Podcasting Realities

You have to go all in, or not at all.

Sure you can start out like I did, with my laptop, Skype and no fancy microphone and do just fine, but if you want to be top of class you need to up your game as you grow.

I’m talking great equipment – I use the Zoom H6 Handy Recorder and an external Schuh Microphone.

I outsourced editing within the first month knowing this wasn’t where I wanted to spend my time. And it was a brilliant investment.

Over time as I’ve learned more and done more with my podcast, it’s meant hiring more people to help with show notes, content upgrades, formatting, images and hosting.

Our SOP (standard operating procedure) for editing and producing a podcast – which is also a full Asana template for our team now, is impressive and something I’m so proud we’ve built.

But it sure does take time, effort and money.

I asked Rolly, who’s been my amazing podcast editor since January 2014, to total his hours worked on my podcast and it’s approximately 1,200 hours to date!

Batching recording my podcasts in advance has helped a great deal too, meaning you can take time off, go on holiday or simply not worry about scrambling last minute to get an episode out…which has happened a lot to be fair!

Sponsors were a big part of helping out with covering the considerable costs of running a podcast, which I think a lot of people starting out underestimate.

To date I’ve earned over US$100,000 in sponsorships.

That is amazing in itself, as are the relationships you forge with the sponsors.

Podcast Guests Really Make a Great Show

I’ve been privileged to interview some amazing guests when it was the Suitcase Entrepreneur and these have made a huge difference to the quality of my shows, my reach and also credibility.

While I never assumed those I interviewed would share my show (although many did), just being able to put their name as a guest on your show gave you instant kudos.

I also loved interviewing those folks who were up and coming or just doing really cool stuff but were not ‘big names’ or influencers, because frankly they were in the thick of it all and told it as it really was.

Their stories resonated even more with my listeners, because they could relate.

Here are the TOP ranked Suitcase Entrepreneur Podcasts:

I finished my Suitcase Entrepreneur interview series on Episode 300 and that felt awesome.

Switching to a New Podcast Format

In January 2017 I switched over to a narrative style format and rebranded to Quest for Freedom when I also switched over to posting more on this new website and moving away from The Suitcase Entrepreneur.

I’d fallen in love with this format after listening to Startup by Gimlet Media and loving the storytelling and seasonal aspect of their podcasts.

Of course they had built an entire company to produce quality podcasts and had a whole team of editors, journalists and writers behind them but I figured I could do my own version and I was a bit ‘over’ the interview format that so many people do.

In April 2016 I went on my sabbatical and took a three month break from all content creation and my business. This didn’t affect things too much but I did quite like the break from having to come up with themes for the season and all the research.

Turns out narrative podcasts by yourself are much more work than interviewing fab people!

I navigated away from seasonal podcasts to more topical themes so mindset, meditation, productivity etc.

This helped me get my head around what to focus on, otherwise I could talk on all sorts of topics!

Losing My Podcast Mojo

Post my sabbatical was, incidentally, also around the time I realized my enthusiasm and desire to produce high quality content for free (but at my investment) week in and week out was waning.

And so it leads me to this moment in time, when I can quite happily walk away from seven years of committing to this amazing medium that has brought me so much joy, happiness and personal growth.

It’s also brought me new friends, connections and insights with incredible entrepreneurs and taught me a level of work ethic and discipline like batching and organizing well ahead of time, that’s permeated every aspect of my business.

It’s been profitable and pleasurable.

For now though, I’m looking forward to listening to other people’s podcasts and appreciating just what goes into theirs.

At some point in the future I have ideas for new and more targeted shows, but for now I’m hanging up my podcast boots with gratitude to all my listeners and supporters who made me want to turn up for 7 years and hit publish.

The great news is you can forever listen to the 48 Episodes of Quest for Freedom right here, the first 300 Episodes on the Suitcase Entrepreneur here.

Delegate your to-dos

Behind every successful entrepreneur is a team they delegate the work they don’t love to, so that they can focus on the things they do love.

I found my first Virtual Assistant, Margaret, in February 2012. I hired her just two weeks before I headed off on my 6,500 cycling expedition down the east coast of Africa, which meant I’d be offline for over two months.

At first I had concerns about if she could handle the job, what if she screwed up, what if she stole my work or screwed up my customer relations….and then I got over myself, trusted in her and left her to run my business for two months while I cycled through an astounding continent!

Outsourcing was a necessity for me, and since then I have hired over 30 contractors throughout the years to help me, not only run my business, but to grow it, and to make sure I get out of the way when needed.

If you want more time and money, outsourcing is the key.

And it starts with delegating your daily to-dos so you can start to see the immense freedom that comes from stepping aside and giving up control of all the things you just shouldn’t be doing.

In this episode I talk about:

  • The ONE big tip that transformed my life and my business
  • The best way to figure out what you should delegate in the first place
  • My method for choosing who you should hire first

There’s a lot of juicy goodness in this podcast so listen up and take notes!

Key resources:

If you want to learn how to let go of your huge to-do list by hiring the right people to do it for you, and then set up your systems to build your dream team in 30 days or less, then check out my course:

If you want to learn how to let go of your huge to-do list by hiring the right people to do it for you, and then set up your systems to build your dream team in 30 days or less, then check out my course: OUTSOURCE LIKE A ROCKSTAR 👉 http://nataliesisson.com/outsource

If you’re not quite ready to take this seriously and start delegating right away, then at least figure out what it is that is overwhelming you by writing it down using my free template – it will be a game changer for you, once you see all the work you’re doing that you should be outsourcing.

Download the Four Lists to Freedom Template for free here

How to have a great night’s sleep

Are you getting a great night’s sleep or are you consistently sleep deprived because you’re on your smartphone or laptop too late?

I’m definitely guilty of working from a laptop in bed, or checking my phone before I go to sleep and I’m not proud of it.

But since I’m on a mission to uncover life-changing habits and routines that let you reach your full potential and give you true freedom, I’ve been consistently getting in the habit of turning off all devices by 7pm each night.

And guess what? My sleep and quality of sleep has improved a ton!

An article published in The Independent shows: “In a study of 10,000 16 to 19-year-olds, researchers in Norway found that the longer a young person spent looking at an electronic screen before going to bed, the worse quality sleep they were likely to have.”

The problem comes from the short bursts of excitement you get when consuming social media….yes they designed it to be addictive and to give you hits of dopamine. 

Dopamine motivates you to continue to replicate the original behaviour that made you feel pleasure – such as repeatedly clicking on social media posts or sending text messages.

The problem with this is that too often we can find ourselves trapped in a spiral of seeking more gratification.

Laptops, tablets and phones all emit a blue light which illuminates the screen. This blue light suppresses the body’s production of the hormone melatonin.

This hormone is essential in order for us to feel sleepy. Alaska Sleep Clinic believe: “The light emitting from these devices is similar in wavelength to daylight and can trick your circadian rhythm into believing it’s daylight and delay the release of melatonin, a hormone that promotes sleep”.

A delayed release of melatonin means it will take you longer to fall asleep.

In this episode I talk about:

  • What is dopamine and what it does to you
  • Several ways to get a really good night’s sleep
  • Key apps to use to minimize the effect your screen has on you

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If you want to reclaim your evenings back, then check out my vlog on how to do that with this nightly routine

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Magical Month of May

I think the month of May is going to be magical. It’s that time of the year when there are no excuses to really dive into the important work and achieving your business and lifestyle goals.

I’ve been getting mentally and physically prepared to smash my goals which are:

  • Daily meditation and movement (through tennis, boxing, crossfit, walking, weights or yoga)
  • Clean eating 80% of the time (off to buy food for my meal plan now!)
  • Make my first revenue with my new ecommerce business with boutique dog products.

How will May be Magical?

I’m pretty focused on what I need to do to make this happen, but I also know if you want to stick to a habit and achieve your goals you need:

1) a really clear vision for how your life will be better alongside
2) external accountability to keep you on track when you falter.

So for my first goal I’ signed up to Mindful in May. You can still join me, but do so quickly, if you want to:

  • reduce the stress in your life
  • learn how to communicate more calmly
  • be better at calming yourself when you’ve been emotionally triggered
  • stop worrying so much and start being more present in your life
  • be more focussed so you can work more efficiently
  • get better at switching off and stopping the mind chatter

Mindful in May is like a personal training program for your brain, where you’ll be training to be more focussed, calm and effective in all areas of your life!

What I like about it is, that regardless of whether you’re a complete beginner or a more experienced meditator you’ll really experience a transformation. I know from just doing 5-10 minutes a day of meditation for the last 4 months, I already feel more grounded.

For goal 2) I’m properly committing to a fitness and nutrition program I invested in a few months back and following the easy and efficient food plan this week.

Then from next week we’ve signed up to MyFoodbag, which is a cool service here in New Zealand that delivers you the exact amount of healthy food you need plus four dinner recipes, so you just have to cook!

And finally for 3) just hosting the $3K in 3 Months Freedom Lab is ensuring I turn up daily to release lessons on what I’ve learned, do my research and share all my experiences with the members who are building their first ecommerce business alongside me.

If that ain’t accountability and responsibility plus massive incentive, I don’t know what else is.

In this episode I talk further about:

  • My 3 focuses for this month ahead
  • The two books I love that have made a big difference in my life last month
  • A calendar blocking technique that’s allowing me to juggle 3 business projects that you might like!

If you prefer video,  I shot this episode as a Facebook Live for you inside our Freedomist Collective group.

Catch it here now.

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What Causes Fear and Why It’s a Good Thing

So there’s something important you’ve been wanting to do for a long time, but fear is holding you back.

Maybe it’s quitting your job to launch a new business, asking out that special person you’ve had a crush on for years, or even standing up to someone who has wronged you.

You know what you need to do, and you know it will help you to grow, but you can’t quite do it.

There’s a weight inside you that is stopping you from taking action, but what if this isn’t completely a bad thing?

In this episode I talk about:

  • Why we feal fear
  • Six ways to test and measure whether or not your fear is helpful

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The Art of Decluttering Your Mind

Is your mind is constantly on? Do you feel the need to declutter your head because it’s always filled with thoughts and to-dos? Do you know you need to relax and recharge but can’t figure out how?

Well good news. There are a number of techniques that exist that you can adopt into your everyday life to cure a busy and cluttered brain and clear your mind both physically and spiritually.

These are four simple yet effective techniques to give yourself some headspace:

In this podcast I share: 

  • Four simple yet effective techniques to ways to give yourself some headspace
  • The benefits of these techniques and how to adopt them into your everyday life

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Is Meditation a Fad or a Life Changer?

Life a little overwhelming lately?

Feel like your brain is less like your friend, and more like a toddler let loose in a poorly-managed toy store?

What if you could tame that toddler, and in the process train your brain to be more focussed, less stressed and more relaxed?

And what if it took just ten minutes a day?

I know, I know, it sounds too good to be true. Well it’s not. The secret is…(wait for it)…mindfulness.

You might’ve heard of mindfulness or meditation before, and you may have heard of the benefits (of which there are many), but maybe you’ve never had the motivation to really try it?

Or maybe you’ve tried it but have fallen off the wagon?

Well that’s okay because in this podcast I share:

  • How often the human mind wanders
  • Why mind-wandering isn’t always a bad thing
  • The benefits of practicing mindfulness and being present
  • How to get started in daily meditation
  • Two of my fave meditation apps

Oh and I also mention a FREE way for you to get back on the wagon (or get on the wagon for the first time) and reboot your brain.

Every year in May, people all over the globe commit to meditating for 10 minutes a day through a program called Mindful in May. So far they’ve inspired over 30,000 people from 35 countries to learn mindfulness!

(Now that’s a lot of tamed brains!!)

The program brings together the world’s best meditation experts, neuroscientist, and wisdom teachers and inspires participants to raise money to bring clean, safe water to those in need. (So far they’ve raised over $600,000, and brought clean water to over 10,000 people!)

That means it creates a clear mind for you, and clean water for others.

To kick off the global campaign, Elise Bialylew, doctor, mindfulness expert, and founder of Mindful in May, is offering a FREE 5 days to mindfulness program to give you a taste of what’s to come.

I hope you join me on April 9-13th.

Also check out an earlier popular podcast called Mind Your Mindfulness.

 

Don’t judge your bad ideas

Are you one of those people who’s constantly coming up with new ideas, only to question them a few days or weeks later, and realizing that only a handful of them actually seem to be a good idea?

I’m here to tell you today not to judge your bad ideas, but to look at them at stepping stones on the way to greatness.

As in your greatest and most original idea ever.

In this short and sweet podcast I introduce you to Adam Grant, author of Originals and the youngest full professor at Wharton Business School.

He not only has two best-selling books and a much-read Sunday New York Times column, but he’s also down to earth and highly practical.

In this podcast I share: 

  • The key takeaway from his book Originals that changed my way of thinking around my ideas
  • Why output matters more than the quality of your ideas
  • How I have continually developed and acted on ideas and turned them into product offerings that work

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