QUIZ Hit NEXT when you're ready to get started. 1. How do you want to be known? I don’t think of how others see me or think of me. It's more about being the most authentic version of myself, for myself. I want to be, like, KNOWN-known. The goal is to be who other people name-drop. I most want those closest to me to think of me as someone who was there for them. I want to be seen as someone who took risks + that I lived my life to its fullest.2. What statement best describes the reason you had to work for yourself? I can't cubicle. I'm not designed to cubicle. Please don't make me cubicle. I AM my own job security. (Plus, I'm actually a terrible employee. #selfawareAF) I couldn't shake the feeling that I was meant for something bigger. There's something I have to share. There are simply too many other things that are way more important to me than work.3. I feel most frustrated when... someone else interferes with my ability to do what I damned well want to do. work forces me to bail on something or miss out on an experience. my responsibilities are in direct conflict with my personal life + I let someone down. I set a big goal for myself but I fall short of accomplishing it.4. What is your favorite way to spend free time? Making + creating things, getting inspired + fired up by what is around me Learning new skills, being exposed to fresh ideas + innovative ways of thinking Living the #workfromanywhere dream, seeing places + things I've never experienced before Challenging myself to a difficult feat, doing things that force me to overcome what I believed to be my limits5. Your ideal business model would focus on... Speaking gigs + paid memberships. Products + sponsorships. A combination of selling services + offering courses. Mostly affiliate sales + passive income.6. Define what "living the dream" means to you. Being surrounded by powerful people I used to look up to but are now my peers + I get to share the stage with. When my Instagram is filled with DMs from people who scroll through my feed + want to know how they can get what I have. Making way more money working for myself than I ever did working for someone else + knowing that I can (+ will!) always generate more. Not having to rely on a 9-to-5 to feel secure that I can provide a good, sustainable life.7. The best part of booking a vacation is :: Buying multi-city tickets that requires researching visa limitations on a regular basis. Being able to click the "my dates are flexible" button. Combining business with pleasure by expanding your reach at retreats, speaking gigs + conferences. Knowing that you don't have to wait until you're retired for the opportunity to do anything your heart desires.8. My biggest fear or regret would be if... I allowed my own self-imposed limits get in the way of going after what I really wanted my life to be about. My message went unheard + I wasn't able to make the difference in the lives of others that I know I should have. I denied myself the ability to experience the world on my own terms. I hadn't make the most of the limited time I had with the people I love.9. The perfect work week looks like... Mornings spent on the laptop, afternoons spent exploring, evenings spent figuring out what is in store tomorrow A speaking engagement, maybe a team meeting or two + chatting with a biz bestie about their book proposal over drinks A hustle on some days, a vacay on others - either way, it's up to me! The 4-hour workweek? Yup, I'll take one of those, thank you!10. What is the promise you haven't made to yourself that - if you did - it would change your life? As big + scary as it is, I have to trust that I have all the right pieces in place for my operations to run smoothly + to fully own my role as the face, voice + identity of my brand. I'm going to put aside all the physical stuff I have + spend the next year seeing where the happy trails bring me. All of the things, all of the people, all of the impositions that don't bring joy to my life? It's time for all of that to be shown the exit now. I've created this awesome business for myself but it's time to quit being such a control freak about things, knock off the micro-managing + get out of my own way.