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Nov 7, 2019

There are thousands of books out there on how to be successful, but the problem is that once you win the race, there’s a tendency to still feel empty on the inside. Once you have reached that pinnacle as a top performer, acknowledgment starts to make you feel lazy. What you don’t realize is that you are so in the zone that this work is effortless for you. Your goal should be to feel lazier as your career goes on. Rich’s guests today, Kacey and Briony, are struggling with these fears.

Kacey worked for a decade as a professional opera singer and actor across the globe. Now she is a high-level executive coach, with clients at Google, top TV networks, and on Broadway.

Briony was a lawyer who appeared to have it all but on the inside, she felt empty. Leaving all that behind, she went on a journey of personal growth before setting up a coaching business to support high achievers – and those on their way. Remember, this whole rat race is meant to be hard. So when you do something great it’s okay to let yourself win!


In today’s episode:

  • Feeling like you’re not fully committed even with great success
  • Experiencing the feeling of laziness when receiving acknowledgment
  • Letting yourself be happy without guilt when experiencing success
  • Where our instinct to look out for danger comes from
  • Knowing that the journey is meant to be hard
  • Allowing life to get better and better every day
  • Being at peace with the way that you do things
  • Hearing yourself through all of the noise on social media
  • Beautiful aspects of creating word-of-mouth businesses


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