Business isn't growing because you're practicing Beginner Energy?
Rosella LaFevre

You can call Rosella LaFevre the Long-Haul Master because she's *that* good at creating life experiences that stand the test of time. As a Manifestation Teacher, she shows others how to create long-term experiences like her own 8+ years of soulmate love, 5+ years of freedom from emotional abuse, and 4+ years of Penthouse living. Her signature course, Long-Haul Mastery, walks students through her 5-step manifesting process. She’s been featured on Huffington Post, Sivana East, and The Positivity Boss Podcast, among others. Rosella lives with her boyfriend Chris and their cat Tootsie in a Penthouse apartment overlooking Philadelphia’s Pennypack Park.

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  • June 12, 2019

    That describes me to a T. I never know where to go or what to do next.
    I can’t wait to see the next installment to see if my ideas are what you suggest.
    My ideas:
    1. Choose one or two “experts” to flow and stop reading the rest for a while
    2. Get serious about my goals and the steps to achieve them.
    3. Go through what I have and decide what to use and what to file away for later.

    • June 14, 2019

      Lisa, thank you SO MUCH for reading and commenting. You’re a brave badass. By commenting and owning the parts of this content that you related to, you have already committed two acts that have moved you so far in the right direction! Go you!

      So, I love your ideas for how to move through Beginner Energy to its opposite, Pro Energy. (And now you’ve read the final post so you saw what I suggest!)

      If you don’t mind, I think we could dig in a little here to your second idea, which was “Get serious about my goals and the steps to achieve them.” What do you think that feels like? What actions does the person who has gotten serious about their goals take to achieve them?

      Additionally, you have raised a question that I don’t have a firm answer to yet, and that is, “Is the person practicing Beginner Energy inherently disconnected from or not serious about their goals?” The answer I’m leaning toward is this: “No. The person practicing Beginner Energy is absolutely serious about their goals. They want to achieve their goals, and are likely making more exerted effort toward their goals than the person practicing Pro Energy. The difference is that the person practicing Pro Energy, while equally serious about their goals as the person practicing Beginner Energy, is serious about their belief that they have the answers they need (or will find answers inside themselves instead of outside themselves).” How does this sit with you?

      Thanks so much again for your comment and for helping me advance my way of communicating the challenge of Beginner Energy! <3

      • June 19, 2019

        Rosella, getting serious about my goals means that I need to write them out, along with the steps to achieve them and then get serious about following those steps toward my end goal.

        I agree about the Beginner searching for answers externally, thereby causing information overload and analysis paralysis. The person practicing Pro Energy has the experience and knowledge to use the information without overwhelm.

        • June 20, 2019

          Love it! Thank you for engaging in this back-and-forth with me. I think it’ll serve you really beautifully <3
          And yes!! "without overwhelm" is definitely a factor -- I would love for more people in the world to realize that overwhelm is a choice you don't have to make. That topic gets me kinda fired up! 😉

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