At the time of this recording, I was just coming home from a 2-day, high-level mastermind event and one of the main things that I took away from that event is that anyone can create success. It’s not personal. All of the people who were in the room with me, all of them six-, seven-, and eight-figure entrepreneurs, there’s nothing special about them. They weren’t born to be particularly successful business owners. It’s not something that was bestowed on them. Instead, those people in the room who were creating successful businesses simply chose the structure of success over the structure of failure.
So we’re going to talk about that. It’s not something that was said particularly that way during the mastermind, but of course, that’s the way I interpret it because structures are such a big part of what I talk about inside The Alignment Tribe and inside Align + Design Your Life. The structures are the invisible formation behind everything. Everything is a structure. Buildings are a structure. Bodies are a structure. But the structures that we’re going to talk about today are the structures that are formed from life’s stories, events, emotions, the invisible structures that determine your course in life.
This episode particularly is all about the structures of success and failure, and that we have two different paths that we take. We have structures that we follow a particular path, a predictable path that we follow. When we fail, we also have a structure or a predictable path, a way of doing things, believing, thinking, feeling that we follow when we succeed. So success and failure aren’t about you personally. It’s about the structure that you’re currently operating from. Listen in for more, because this is one of my favorite things to teach!
Listen in to the full episode:
What you’ll hear:
- What sets seven- and eight-figure entrepreneurs apart
- Choosing the structure of success over the structure of failure
- Why failure and success are not a reflection of you personally
- Receiving your “just because” outcome and why you should not connect it to others
- Realizing you’re in a structure of failure and learning to pivot out of that