Be So Successful They Can’t Ignore You

How to create an outrageously successful life through alignment (and not hard work)

Mags Thomson (she/her)
FEM Magazine
Published in
8 min readAug 5, 2021

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Are you ready to be outrageously successful and to stop struggling for good? Enjoy your life more fully so you can make your wildest dreams come true? In that case, get ready to experience a new way of being by reading the latest book from international best-selling author, Susanne Grant. I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Susanne about Drop The Motherf*cking Struggle and get you the inside scoop about this fantastic new book.

By Mags Thomson & Andrew Lopez

Thank you so much for doing this interview with us! Tell us all about your book, what is it about?

Drop The Motherf*cking Struggle is a self-help book for female business owners, CEOs and entrepreneurs who want to improve their success rate drastically and struggle less but don’t want to work harder and put in more hours doing so. In this inspirational and practical how-to guide, I share my best tips, tools and tricks to help you understand and transform your life by dropping the motherf*cking struggle and replacing it with ease, fun, joy and flow.

I will share with the reader my personal story and the road of recovery after experiencing deep trauma in my life. After reading Drop The Motherf*cking Struggle, the reader will understand why they’ve lived in Struggle Town for way too long, and know how to get themselves a one-way ticket out of there.

The book comes with additional resources, such as journaling exercises and a guided meditation that helps the reader to align themselves with a new way of living. It will help them to know, once and for all, at the core of their being that they are deeply loved, supported and guided by their soul, spirit and the universe. This will allow them to drop the struggle for good and help them make their wildest dreams come true with ease!

Who is the book for?

This book is particularly aimed at women in business with young families who struggle to get everything done because there are simply not enough hours in the day to do so. I did everything alone for many years, because of…

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Mags Thomson (she/her)
FEM Magazine

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