Are you trying to do it alone? You don’t have to!

mk_treesI’m so excited to be in London. I can’t wait for our first event EVER in Dublin this Friday.

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I know what it’s like to be an army of one, trying to make it all happen. Thinking that I have to invent the wheel. Feeling frustrated that I’m not able to do as much as I know I am capable of doing.

For a long time, I thought I had to do it alone. And I also thought that I had to invent the wheel for my business, my love life and my fitness.

But – I didn’t realize that success leaves clues. I didn’t have to do it all on my own. I could find people who have done what I want to do and model them. Find out how they did it. And then do it, but in my own way.

Anything you want to do, someone else has done a version of it. And there’s a system behind it. All I had to do what figure out the system.

Daily Love was started as an idea to model Daily Candy, but for inspiration.

The blog was modeled after Huffington Post.

My seminars are modeled after Tony Robbins.

Our design is modeled after Apple and Vogue.

Daily Love is it’s own thing, but it’s a mish-mash of many other things. That’s what’s so cool about the world, you can take what’s here and mix it up, change it up and create something new.

Are you trying to figure it out? Who out there is doing a version of what you want to do? Look them up, see what they are doing and then model it. Success leaves clues, find them & then take action. (Tweet-worthy!)

It’s not as hard as you think.

Who can you model? Let me know in the comments down below.

Lots of LOVE from London,


P.S. Start 2014 off with heart! Join us in for our deep and powerful “Enter the Heart” evenings, full of Kundalini Yoga, Heart Therapy and a new opening to connecting to who you really are. Tickets will sell out, so don’t sit on it.

Click here to RSVP for our Dublin event on Mar 7
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Click here to RSVP for our Boston, MA event on May 16
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P.P.S. I’m coming to Hamburg and London for Hay House Ignite! Get your tickets now!

Click here to RSVP for Hay House Ignite in Hamburg on Mar 8
Click here to RSVP for Hay House Ignite in London on Mar 9


Mastin Kipp is the CEO and Founder of The Daily Love. Follow him on Twitter here.

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  • Millicent

    Mastin, you are one of the most inspirational peope that I have come across. The daily love has made such a huge difference in my life. You are the one that I aspire to be like, and being a part of your journey has given me the confidence to start my own. Thank you :0)

    • The Daily Love

      We are so glad you receive so much inspiration from TDL, Millicent! Thank you for reading! -TDL Team

  • Amy

    WOW! Best DL post for me EVER> I own my own business so this is perfect. It reminded me to look to others past success and learn from them. Thanks for mapping it out and telling us where your inspiration comes from. Bulls eye today, thank you!

    • The Daily Love

      We’re SO glad it stuck such a cord with you! Thank you for reading! -TDL Team

  • Thank you for this post. Two days ago, I lost my blog because I can’t afford the hosting any longer. It was a sad moment for me, but I started telling myself that maybe it wasn’t meant to be. The blog was somewhat successful with hundreds of visitors every week and I appreciate each and every one of them. But, it wasn’t enough to keep it going and pay my bills. So, I thought maybe that failure was a calling to give up. Ironically, the moment that I am forced to give up my blog is the same moment that I gain an amazing amount of clarity and insight into how the Universe is working through me.

    So, then I read your blog today. And, I have to tell you that with my blog, I struggled to reinvent the wheel. I thought copying was cheating, but I read a quote by Pablo Picasso that said, “Good artists copy, great artists steal” Your post today has inspired me. I’m not sure when I will be able to start my blog again, but it will become my labor of love again. This time, I will find a model to copy and give it a try again because some of the happiest hours of my life were spent working on that blog.

    Much love to you Mastin and thank you for this inspiration.

    • There are several blog hosts for free, such as WordPress and Blogger. When it come to owning your own domain with a service provider, I pay about 50 USD for a whole year for mine thru

      But when it comes to stealing others texts, I can assure you only mediocre ppl without talent do that. Read others and learn about their process, structure, tone, approach etc but please never copy.

    • There are several blog hosts for free. When it comes to owning your own domain with a service provider, I pay about 50 USD for a whole year for mine. (My comment becomes marked as spam when I share the names but look it up online in a search.)

      But when it comes to stealing others texts, I can assure you only mediocre ppl without talent do that. Read others and learn about their process, structure, tone, choice of vocabulary, approach etc but please never copy.

      There are two positions for success: either you become the first or you become the greatest in your field/services/genre.

      • Thank you for your advice about the host. When I said copy, I have my own style of writing. I meant to copy the model as Mastin stated. I have my own things to say and share with the world.

    • The Daily Love

      It looks like you’ve gotten some great support and advice from a fellow TDL’er. Keep after your dream–you’ve got this Dyanne! -TDL Team

  • kitti1001

    I am still collecting my ideas, identifying and developing…and feel as if I am moving forward – but my inspiration on lots of levels is someone called David Earp who started a charity called Shuktara. He has gone from a dream of helping disabled and abandoned children in Callcutta, India – to sustaining 3 homes for them now, as well as developing his own textile design company. I was introduced to him, via Facebook, through someone I “happened” to meet when raising money for my own art project, also in India (which was, unlike David’s efforts, no where near as successful as I had hoped…and ended up nearly killing me – but that’s another story!) David didn’t know me personally, we had never met, yet he took the time to be there for me on the end of the phone, in my moments of despair and heartbreak over how the children were being treated…He was 1000’s of miles away, on the other side of India – yet his reassurance, gentleness and wisdom helped me beyond words…I don’t know exactly where my path will lead, or even if I will definitely return to India anytime soon…but my admiration for his selflessness and generosity of Spirit stays with me… And this June, I am helping with a fundraiser concert, here in London… I am humbled every time I read these children’s stories…and see the changes that being in a happy, safe environment makes. I realise how incredibly fortunate I am, and have been in my life – and I look forward to a future, inspired by people like David, Mastin, and others too to make a difference…

  • And who do you have as your model when it comes to writing? Enjoy some tea and scones!

  • xandy

    cultivate. communicate. connect. create.

    i don’t know where else to turn for support. i am in the right space of time and mind for the b-school plus experience. i tried for a scholarship. i wrote a personal email to Mastin and got no reply. i asked three close personal friends for a loan of the first payment. and i asked a client to do trade in exchange for the cost of the course. i did not get one single reply. i am swallowing bitter disappointment and sadness over the loss of this timely education. i did text one friend who assured me that she believes in me, but i am feeling crushed right now over this loss.

    it’s almost worse than the loss of my home and job in the recession, my medical bankruptcy and living with and caretaking a 94 year old father in law whose smoking is harming my health. i have climbed up so many ladders in the last 36 months, and only in the last two months have i made any real financial progress. i have had the time and did the work for the spiritual growth and i felt SO ready for this portion of my life to lift off and start moving.

    i have been spending the afternoon doing a bit of grieving and simultaneously working on acceptance and surrender and serenity, but now the day is done, i am alone, and i am so sad to not be moving forward professionally with a community of like-minded entrepreneurs. it’s hard to see around the tears as i was so hoping and working toward a new trajectory. tomorrow is a new day to start with gratitude… sigh

    • xandy

      it’s hard to believe that i have not received any responses to my email or my posting here. it does put the premise behind TDL into question for me. at a minimum, i was hoping for some compassion from this community… i am perplexed. and the hurt i bear does not lessen the meaning behind my pain.