Hi, I’m Lianne Marshall
Thanks for stopping by – chances are you have arrived here because you are serious about improving your life, if so you’re in the right place, because people who want to make changes in their lives, choose to seek and learn new things.
A survey conducted by the Gallup poll revealed 85% of the working population in the world hate their jobs. That is a scary and rather large percentage, are you one of them? I was.
Societal brainwashing has a lot to answer for. How many times have you had this picture of normality programmed into your mind?- go to school, get a good education so you can get a good job, get married, buy a house, have children and continue working until you retire (if you can afford to retire). When I look at that path, it conjures up images full of boringness and predictability without security. If we think of doing anything out of the norm we invariably get the brainwashing of limiting beliefs, “you can’t do that!” or “you’ll never be, do, or have that” “that won’t work” etc. squashing your potential and binding you to a life of mediocracy. If we live our lives by the opinions of society, we lose ourselves.
The Hamster Wheel of Life
I am passionate about helping people especially those on the hamster wheel of life, seemingly stuck on a perpetual ground hog day, spending hours of their lives stuck in traffic, a cog in the wheel of a system, not passionate about what they are spending a large portion of their lives doing and left feeling unfulfilled and trapped.
Work Life Balance
I’m not sure about you, but I’ve found many people struggle with work-life balance. Your job is taking it’s pound of flesh from you, limiting your time with family, friends, hobbies, sports or holidays, all of which creates stress. So how do you change that?
Transformation is a process that won’t happen overnight, but it will happen with commitment and enthusiasm. First, you must believe you can achieve, then lay down strong foundations, get the right insights, knowledge and mastery and you can be, do, have what you set out to achieve. “Your level of success will rarely exceed your level of personal development because success is something you attract by the person you become” Jim Rohn.
The questions we need to ask ourselves are, what changes do I want to make to my life and what am I willing to do differently to create those changes? What will happen if I do this? What will happen if I don’t do this? Because we all know if nothing changes, nothing changes right.
Looking For The Right Vehicle
If you’re anything like me, I found it overwhelming, confusing and time-consuming filtering through the seemingly endless possibilities available online, trying to find a business that has integrity, offers great training, aligns with your values and are passionate about helping people. Most ads I looked at were super hyped, caused a great deal of scepticism raising red flags, and did not tick all the boxes.
After many days of intensive searching, I found an ad delivering “the right message at the right time to the right person”, so I signed up for the free stuff and methodically worked through all the information allowing me to make an informed decision as to whether it was the right fit. To my surprise, they ticked all the boxes and my intuition was telling me it was the perfect platform to help me achieve my goals. My journey thus far has not disappointed, in fact far more value has been delivered than I had anticipated. I am now so excited about my future and look forward with enthusiasm to helping others pursue their passion and purpose in life.
So anyway, who is Lianne Marshall?
I was born in New Zealand in 1962, the eldest of 4 and grew up on a small farm. I am ADHD which I discovered in my 30’s, so needless to say I struggled big-time with learning at school.
I am grateful for the wholesome upbringing I had on the farm. We milked a cow by hand, fed out hay in the winter, helped with the haymaking, and generally helped dad with fencing or anything else he needed a hand with. We drove tractors and trucks, rode horses, and motorbikes, I was even into trail riding & motor cross at one stage.
I am happily divorced and blessed with two beautiful children and two gorgeous granddaughters.
When I was at school I played netball, hockey, and touch rugby, but nowadays I play pool (8 ball) and love it.
I travelled overseas for three and a half years when I was in my 20’s and loved experiencing different cultures and cuisine. I still like to travel and pursue adventures like camping, hiking, walking rivers looking for special rocks and crystals, love road trips, and being near water.
I have struggled to work for other people my entire life, partly due to my ADHD and partly because I just want the freedom to work for myself. I have tried a few businesses over the years and failed, although through failing I have learned some of the following valuable lessons;
- limiting beliefs – I doubted my ability to succeed, (every single business)
- you have no control over someone else’s motivation, (network marketing)
- definitely needs to align with my values, (meth cleaning business)
- work smart not hard (cleaning business, hard on the body)
- Eliminate negative external influences (simple – don’t tell anyone what I am doing and they can’t bombard me with negativity)
- Change my circle of influence (you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with, so find mentors and people you can learn from)
Personal and Spiritual Growth
I base my life around the principals of “The Secret” by Rhonda Bryne, and have had amazing things unfold in my life as a result. I am also embarking on a spiritual journey to gain deeper insights into mindfulness through meditation, understanding inner energy centres and the effects natural occurrences have on our mind and body.