Author of A Life Worth Living
Key points that you’ll learn from this interview:
- Carla’s best advice: open yourself up to opportunities
- Contrasting the conditions in Cambodia and Vietnam with day-to-day troubles in US-based businesses
- What one client did who was not feeling worthy of financial success
3:14 “I knew nothing about the business or the industry, I just jumped in and did it.”
4:03 How Carla’s decision to eliminate her need to constantly save money she freed her self up to have more adventures and new experiences.
6:04 How Carla’s close friend encouraged her to write the book. – “You need to allow people to see that they’re not the only ones who have gone through traumatic circumstances in their life.”
7:20 On Writing the Book – “It was a truly cathartic experience because it allowed me to piece my life together.”
8:45 Why Carla would change nothing about her tumultuous past in light of her brilliant present.
9:40 “When I came back [from my trip] I didn’t want to jump back into the old world of making money just to be making money, I wanted to do something that I was passionate about. And I realized that would be something that would give back to people.”
11:31 How Carla’s traumatic childhood gave her a negative sense about herself that she had to overcome as an adult, especially concerning her relationships.”
13:05 Carla’s tips for overcoming subconscious self-sabotage.
15:10 How Carla was able to help a client see a 20% increase in his business after a 2.5 month coaching investment with her.
17:10 The question business owners should ask – “Is there something from the past stopping me from getting to my next step?”
17:48 How Carla’s experiences in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Eastern Africa reshaped her worldview.
20:56 “It was the internal strength of the people that really resonated with me.”
22:06 “By being able to take yourself out and actually visiting and seeing those places and feeling the energies around there, it really does make a difference.”
23:45 “Most people find passion by being able to help others.”
25:23 “Look for ways you can give back, even to the community you’re in.”
26:13 Carla’s tips for staying on track and productive. – “I decide what my day is going to be like.”[/thrive_accordion][/thrive_accordion_group]
For more information, visit Carla Feagan’s website.
Contact Info for Carla Feagan
Web address: http://www.carlafeagan.com
Travels from: Carmen, Mexico