The other day I finally got to meet a guy I really look up to: Brendon Burchard. Brendon is an expert at helping experts make money online.
In my field he is legendary – and also young.
So, naturally I wanted to connect with him.
He has done major business online, like 8 figures. It’s impressive. And it’s all above board, no scams, no cheesy selling or anything like that – he’s done it by adding real value.
So, as I got on the phone with Brendon, just to say hello – he started offering all this help. For free. No strings attached. He genuinely wanted to help me.
It’s amazing. You would think that this is normal in the space of “thought leaders” and people who teach “spirituality” – but it’s not. It’s actually really rare.
And what’s so cool is in that moment, Brendon was demonstrating the real key to abundance – the willingness to be of service.
This is the bottom line – just helping out.
I saw so much of myself in Brendon, as he offered to help me, in small ways. It wasn’t the amount of help that he offered, as much as it was the sentiment that he cared enough to offer some help. And I wasn’t even asking for any. I just wanted to get to know him.
We spoke for some time and I feel like I’ve found another brother on the path.
You see, there is a difference between RICH and WEALTHY. You can have a lot of money and not be wealthy. You can have almost no money and be wealthy.
Wealthy is how you experience life. It’s where you come from. And I’ve found in my own life that the lack I experienced came from not wanting to help others, but only living a self-seeking life.
The change in my life came when I stopped asking, “What can I get?” and started asking “What can I give?” Just changing this one question is a simple and quick way to shift your consciousness from lack to abundance.
I am always truly blown away and overjoyed when I feel a genuine desire from someone to give with NO expectations. This is different than giving with some kind of hook or ulterior motive.
It is so rare to find people who do not have ulterior motives.
We get emails almost daily about how people think The Daily Love can help them. Rarely, we get PURE emails that say, “How can we help The Daily Love?”
Anytime I want to create a relationship with someone, especially someone who I look up to, I focus ONLY on giving. Not receiving. And if I have nothing that the other person wants, then I let go and give in other ways to people who do need what I have.
This is how we step into abundance – through giving.
Brendon is a shining example and has become a role model for who I want to become more of in my own life.
Thank you, Brendon, for being such an amazing example of Love and abundance!
How can YOU show up from this place today?
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