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Develop Warrior-like Courage

Debbie Ford

I was saddened to learn that Debbie Ford, an international bestselling author (1M+ books in 32 languages) and personal transformation expert passed away on Sunday night.

Debbie’s book, The Dark Side of the Light Chasers is still known as groundbreaking, pioneering work in emotional and spiritual education.

I interviewed Debbie only a couple months ago.
Maybe one of her last.

The theme of our conversation was Building Confidence and Self-Esteem.

This was distributed only to a private client group, but in honor of Debbie, her work and her legacy, I’d like to

share that interview with all of you.

Debbie describes how to develop warrior-like courage in yourself.

Click to listen or ‘right-click’ and Save As to download:
SUCCESS Interview with Debbie Ford, November 2012

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During the interview Debbie gives a simple formula to cultivate, as she describes, warrior-like courage in yourself.
1) Write down the areas of your life you aren’t happy with right now.
2) Write down why.
3) Write down the vision you have for those areas of your life. In other words, what would make each of those areas excellent in your

eyes.
And then I will add…
4) What three things can you do, starting this week, to begin the process of realizing those visions? What can you do to enact change so you don’t wallow or stay stuck in complaint. We want to turn complaint into changes that become conquests.

A quick look at Debbie’s work:

Here you will find a tribute site for Debbie: http://www.rememberingdebbieford.com/

Share your thoughts and comments below.

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  5. Thank you for sharing this post. Recently I wrote down my long term goals and look at them everyday. I also visualize the life I want and try to emulate the happiness in everyday life. I recently have been reading and watching the Elvis and I find in fascinating because had a dream and had faith in his dream.

  6. Shocked to read your blog and discover this sad news! I recommended her life changing book “The Dark Side of the Light Changers” to someone yesterday. The physical world has lost one bright Angel. I look forward to listening to her interview. Reading the list of questions so fits with Debbie’s approach to her life. My thoughts are with all who feel her loss

  7. Thank you Darren for remembering this great woman a special way. God bless you. I appreciate her interview you shared with us.

  8. [...] Develop Warrior-like Courage | Darren Hardy, Publisher of … http://darrenhardy.success.com/This was recorded and distributed only to a private client group, but in honor of Debbie, her work and her legacy I'd like to share that interview with all of you. Debbie describes how to develop warrior-like courage in yourself. [...]

  9. Indeed sad news! Thank you Darren for honoring Debbie’s contribution to make a positive difference in this world and to leave it a better place than when she arrived in it, just less than 60 mere years ago. She will definitely be missed but her legacy will live beyond her short time on this planet.
    Eric Douay

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