I have been exposed to many “self-help” types of programs, having been a life coach myself for a while.
This course is awesome. It’s not because there’s some kind of Tony Robbins shine to it (I’m a fan of Tony, don’t get me wrong), it’s not some uncomfortable “new age” deal (I also am a fan of “new age” stuff, meditation, energy stuff, etc.), and no one is bashing you over the head with sales pitches to try to upsell you.
I haven’t been bombarded with emails trying to get me to buy more or attend some seminar or webinar or whatever.
I feel like everything I read, everything Leslie is asking me to do, it all resonates with my personal beliefs and value system. I feel like everything comes from a place of experience, and so much of the experiences Leslie shares are painfully familiar. I love how humble and “aw shucks” Leslie is with this. Don’t confuse that with weak, either.
I feel like Leslie is right alongside me, continuing to learn from her own life experiences. I feel like she doesn’t set herself up as some guru or expert (though she really is and should be considered as such), but has given form and function to the principles and practices that have helped her. She’s simply sharing information. No high-pressure sales tactics to get me to buy.
This stuff works, folks. I’m only half-way through (should be farther along, but hey life happens and we just keep pushing forward, right?) and I’m excited to get to the second half. I am excited to take advantage of Leslie’s generous offer to review my vision statement, my goal.
I struggle with the idea that I need help with this stuff. Clearly I needed help, and thankfully Leslie and the Jackrabbit Factor and the FTMF program showed up at the right time when I was ready for it.
If you’re on the fence about it, I would say “choose to believe that you have been led to this program at this time because you are ready for it and it’s the perfect program for where you’re at right now.”
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