Elevate Me! with Melisa Alaba



In This Episode…

  • How to make changes in your life and business

  • Questions to ask when you’re not sure what to do next

  • Encouragement when it seems like your life is over

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Key Points

Even when you may think your life is over, know that you CAN start over.  This is not the end!

Sometimes when we go through things, it helps us see what we are really made of, and what lies inside of us.

If you give a man a fish, he can eat for a day, but if you teach a man to fish, he can eat for a lifetime.

“Disruptive innovation” is a term Melisa uses for making small shifts that cause others to look at you in an admirable way so much so that they want what you have.

Sometimes you have to go down before you can come back up. There may be something you have to work out, or some negative feelings, traits or people that need to be purged from your life.

What You Can Do

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Don’t get distracted by what other people are doing in their business—pinpoint your strengths and play to them hard! Delegate your weaknesses to someone who does them well.

Don’t be afraid to take risks.

Work in your season.  Get quiet, be still, pray and meditate. Ask God, “Where do You want me to be in this season?”

Instead of approaching your business focus on the hot trends, and asking yourself, “What should I be selling,” Ask this instead: “Who should I be serving?”

There is no one, straight path to making your millions. So try different things. Get unlimited in your thinking.

Connect with My Guest

Melisa Alaba, Visionary Life Coach, Licensed Professional Counselor, Author, “Freedompreneur”





Links and Resources

Elevate Me! Chronicles Magazine

Live Out Loud: 52 Ways to Reawaken Your Spirit and Live a Life of Purpose by Melisa Alaba

The One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen