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Job Title: Personal Cheerleader

Today while I was attending Steve Pavlina’s Deep Abundance Integration call, I had the idea of becoming a personal cheerleader for others. Other words for it would be accountability partner, accountability buddy, accountability coach, and life coach. The reason I decided to go with “cheerleader” is because I would be utilizing positive affirmations and positive energy to motivate the person.

I wonder how much people would pay to have a personal cheerleader in their life. How much would you pay? Feel free to leave a comment.

Included in the service would be:

– Nearly 24/7 support (setting up calls in advance would be preferred so that phone calls don’t overlap), meaning that you’re only a phone call away to receive positive support and guidance.
– Daily text messages with positive affirmations and such, as well as checking in to track progress.

I’m still thinking about how to set up such a service. I’m interested in providing this type of service since this is something I naturally do with my friends. I like to motivate and inspire people to live to their fullest potential. And, I’ve succeeded in helping others achieve their goals.

What do you think of this kind of service? Is it something that you would be interested in paying for?

Invest in Yourself

There are many ways to invest money. But, have you ever thought of all the ways in which you can invest in yourself? Especially nowadays with all the opportunities present for us, we can invest time, money, and effort into ourselves to produce awesome results. Those results are not merely just monetary gains, but personal growth gains. The more you invest in yourself, the better the outcomes.

Some people have limiting beliefs surrounding money. They believe that they must secure a job and spend money for their career or their minimal lifestyle only. Others drive themselves deep into debt and have trouble digging out of the hole they made for themselves. And despite all the misinformation of how to earn money, they still hold onto the false sense of security of having a steady paycheck.

Entrepreneurs are people who take calculated risks in order to gain financially. They also must learn how to provide value to others in order to receive something in return. Many entrepreneurs make the mistake of selling just for the sake of selling. You want to also make sure that whatever you provide is of value to the other person.

Beyond just selling yourself, your products, or your services, you have to learn how to build real relationships with people. You have to have a genuine interest in others. And most importantly, you have to investigate yourself and determine where your mindset is at.

You can learn how to grow through various activities such as meetups or heading to the gym. Going to the gym is not only good for your body, but for your mind as well. When we exercise, we release endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine into our brains, and it puts us in a higher state of being. What better way to invest in yourself than physical activity? You can engage in any sport or fun activity such as dance or Zumba.

When you engage in meetups, you take a chance of meeting new people who are like-minded and who are also investing in themselves. You get to hear inspiring stories and advice from people who are successful and who have a champion-like mindset. One meetup that I’m interested in trying out is Toastmasters. You get to practice your public speaking skills while also receiving some constructive feedback in return.

Investing in yourself could also mean delving into various books. You could purchase books from people who are masters of their own fields. For example, you can learn from people like Warren Buffett and Bill Gates to know how to set up your own stock portfolio or business. The great thing about books is that you have a constant reference to look back to. Plus, it’s not that expensive to gain some knowledge on how different areas of life can be improved. Additionally, you can learn the importance of some areas of life and how it applies a domino effect on other parts of your life.

You can also engage in different forms of accountability such as through a mastermind group. Masterminds take time to build up. But if you seek out the right connections with people, you should be able to create a mastermind of people working on similar goals.

Lastly, you can check out motivational content from your mentors. There are many mentors who have their own books, websites, or material in which you can learn from and flourish. You don’t have to start from scratch. You can start where you are and just learn from others how to succeed in any given field.

Let’s say you’re not interested in becoming an entrepreneur per se, but maybe you’re thinking about becoming a NASA rocket scientist. (; You can enroll in certain classes such as physics and astronomy. You can start as an intern and learn how the job works. Or, you can read many books based on the fields of astronomy and physics.

Investing in yourself means taking any opportunity when it is granted to you. For example, some opportunities for making passive income that I’ve been delving in include YouTube, blogging, and eBooks. These fields all excite me and motivate me to continue progressing in. Plus whenever I watch some others in the personal development field posting daily content, I am motivated to do the same. It’s a way to invest in myself as I process my thoughts, while additionally actively sharing with others.

What is one way you’ll start investing in yourself starting today? Comment down below to share your thoughts.