Working Light

If you work too hard and are looking for a better way, I invite you to explore the concept of working light instead. 

Working Light is relaxing and enjoyable and it produces better results with less effort than working hard. It’s rooted in ancient Chinese principles of health and wellbeing, combined with 21st century expectations around life purpose and personal creativity.

It’s been developed through 30 years of personal research and training, 20 years of coaching and teaching business owners, 5,000 years of deep Chinese knowledge, and over 30,000 hours of working with people to help them create the life they want.

It’s based around a simple process for relaxing on a daily basis, that literally changes your energy, productivity and outcomes. Here’s a sample relaxation so you can get a taste of it.

Relaxation

People who I work with (contractors, collaborators and co-creators) often comment on how incredibly fast and productive I am. It’s because I developed this method of working light. In my book, Love Money, Money Loves You, I learned that it’s possible to make money in a way that is relaxing, enjoyable, good for me and good for my family. That’s what I now call Working Light.

If this is what you’re looking for, here is a pathway that will show you how to do it.

  1. The first step is to read my FREE ebook, Work Lighter, Get Richer.

  2. The second step is to do a short course to introduce you to the practice of Working Light. You should experience some tangible changes as a result.
    Introduction To Working Light.

  3. The third step is to do the deeper work of getting to the root of your habit of working too hard, which is usually based in deep fears around work, money and self-worth. Thank You Money is a longer program that will help you change your thinking and your habits, as well as transforming your relationship with money so it becomes natural to work light. Learn more about it in this FREE short course: Introduction To Thank You Money

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