Welcome to Day 1 of The Being The Change 30-Day Challenge…

Congratulations on making one of the most important decisions you’ll make this year!

I am honored and excited to get to know you and take part in guiding you on the transformational journey to Being The Change in both your life and your business in 2015.

You’ve officially joined a global community of evolutionary women who are truly committed to creating positive change and transformation in the world. I am thrilled to have you a part of it!

Together, we are at the forefront of a massive shift in the way women work, live and contribute in the world. Together I know we can bring huge, positive changes to to the lives of many more women.

Over the next 30 days, I look forward to sharing powerful advice and insights that will help you to accelerate the growth of your business and your impact in 2015.

To begin the Challenge, I invite you to join our Facebook group where you can connect and network with other world-changing women, share your insights, your breakthroughs and areas you would like support in.

You can access the group here.

What does it mean to Be The Change?

So what did Ghandi really mean by his famous words of wisdom, ‘be the change you wish to see in the world’?

In his journey to bringing about a better world he realised “If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a (wo)man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him…We need not wait to see what others do.”
Gandhi is telling us that personal and social transformation go hand in hand.

Even though we might feel like one person, alone, can’t change anything, Gandhi believed a rising number of us working together with discipline and persistence will in fact create the change we wish to see.

At a personal level, I feel that when we make a conscious decision to being the change and evolve into becoming the best version of ourselves, suddenly everything in our life just gets better!

We feel happier, more fulfilled, more on-purpose and excited about whats truly possible for our lives. We get over our fears, doubts, and anxieties and we truly step into enjoying our lives at the highest level.

Your Challenge For Day 1….

For things to change, we must change.

With this in mind, your first assignment in this Challenge will be to think about:

1) How you would like to be living in every moment of your life

2) The change you’d like to create in the world (I encourage you to think big!)

3) What your life will look like a year from now by taking on this challenge of Being The Change

Your first assignment is to reflect on this and answer the questions below
(I encourage you to stretch and write your answers down in a journal)

What is your vision for the world?

What is your greatest intention for 2015?

Why is this important to you?

How would you like to feel?

How do you plan on Being The Change?___________________________________________________

Community and communication are essential to the process of change, so I encourage you to connect with other incredible women in our facebook community here and share your intentions and insights.

During this 30-Day Challenge, I also encourage you to think creatively about how you can capture the essence of how you are #beingthechange and share your photos on Facebook and Instagram to inspire others to be the same.

My deepest desire and vision is to build a global community of smart, passionate women working to support each other in designing lives and businesses that truly sustain them, while creating positive transformation in the world.

As we begin this journey, I’d be so grateful if you would share the magic of this Being The Change Challenge with your friends.

Thank you for taking part in this revolutionary movement to Being The Change!

Warmly,

Leesa Hubbard

Business Mentor and Creator of Being The Change — an inspired community of evolutionary women entrepreneurs who are growing their business and making an impact serving the world

www.leesahubbard.com

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