“The First Step Is To Identify What You’re Passionate About” – with Karl Moore

Karl Moore’s credentials are certainly impressive, but even more impressive is that when his name comes up near anyone that knows him, you immediately hear, “Oh! I love Karl!  He’s fantastic!

Karl has that effect on people, not just because he’s very personable, but because he genuinely cares about helping people to better themselves and their situations.

When I ran into Karl at a mastermind event we were both attending, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to get some new insights from someone that KNOWS (from personal experience) what you need to do to have your own time-freedom, work-from-anywhere online business.

After WATCHING the interview, read my ‘notes’ below the video and then scroll to the bottom of the page to leave a comment.Or, to just READ the highlights, click the link at the bottom of the page.

That’s great advice to take to heart in your personal life as well as your business. In your personal life, don’t miss an opportunity to let someone know that you love them.  And in business, share what you love and share THAT you love.

In preparing to share this interview with you, I got to listen to it again – and it seems so perfectly “crafted” in the way it ends where it began. Let me explain…

No matter how imperfect you are, other people are still looking to achieve your level of perfection. - Karl Moore

One of the first tips that Karl shares is to “stop feeling sorry for yourself and you’ll be happier.

Now that’s great advice just by itself -when applied to your personal life or your business.  But when you combine it with his last statement: “No matter how imperfect you are, other people are still looking to achieve your level of perfection.

See what I mean?

It’s only later (in hindsight) that I really saw that the whole interview was about being grateful and loving yourself.  And remember… this is BUSINESS advice!

Don’t forget that! At the heart of every business decision is a real live person making that decision. That’s the heart of every decision and every choice you make.

And the people you are talking to – your customers, your clients, your co-workers or partners – when you talk with them you are talking to a real person. Not a potential sale. Not an obstacle. Not a problem to be solved. You are talking to a heart that is at the center of all of THEIR decisions and choices.

Just that one little insight can radically change your dialog with others. It can change your sales copy and advertising. It can change the tone of your business meetings. It can change everything.

And trust me — if you can make the HEART connection with others. The rest of it will take care of itself.

Have you notice that in your own business or in your own life?  Have you ever had a situation or conflict radically change simply by changing the way you thought of it?

If so, please feel free to share it with us in the comments below (and share as much detail as possible.) Or, if you were touched or inspired by this interview, share that.  Or, if you simply want to share love, share that. That’s really the point of all of it anyway. 🙂

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  1. Rita July 14, 2016 at 3:57 am - Reply

    Great interview!!! Lots of important information. Love you.

  2. Agnieszka July 16, 2016 at 9:14 am - Reply

    Thank you for sharing this interview. It helped me to have a more accepting approach to myslef, not punish myslef for flaws but appreciate for who I am.
    Very good advice! Thanks so much, it changed my thinking.

    • Sabrina Truscott July 16, 2016 at 2:16 pm - Reply

      Thank you SO much for sharing that! I think we all need to hear that at times. 🙂

  3. Audreyanne Lanfranchi July 21, 2016 at 9:08 pm - Reply

    In the past few years, I lost my dad, brother, son and my mom within 4 1/2 years. I’ve also been fighting 7 autoimmune diseases. When these things happened, I stepped back while my faith helped me thru the journey of grief. And accepting the fact that I couldn’t do many things physically. (I also was hit by hurricane Sandy, and accepted the loss of all my material things) But, was Blessed by meeting many Angels on this earth. And I reached the point where I was now able to show love and support parents who recently lost a child! Then BAM, in short: my husband violently took his life. My young son found his Dad. It was and is horrific. Although I’m leaving a lot out. My goal was to get my son to smile again. I reached out with my heart to everyone and anyone. People who I have loved, supported, and happily put first for most of my life. We are avoided. We are treated as if I were the Grimm Reaper. I continued to be me. I still mail cards just because, write letters, made calls always starting with: Hi, how are you? Wow, that’s beautiful, or I’m sorry to hear that, how c a n I help? Etc….. I can’t let go of the belief that if I’m kind, and show love, goodness will follow… I don’t cry to anyone, I don’t talk about heartache etc…. I always try to st a y positive, for the most beautiful sound to me is someone’s laughter……Especially a child….. where do I go from here, I’m losing strength

    • Sabrina Truscott July 24, 2016 at 4:34 pm - Reply

      My heart goes out to you Audreyanne and your amazing example of strength through the worse kinds of adversity. But it seems that your approach to self-healing matches my own… reaching out a hand to help steady others. Giving. Even when you think you have nothing left. I don’t feel that we’re given more than we can handle. But sometimes it’s amazing how very strong the universe thinks we are. Please know that our thoughts are with you.

  4. Francesca January 17, 2018 at 7:19 pm - Reply

    Wow I LOVED this interview and what you both shared!! It is inspiring me to start sharing online and actually when I think about it, the best jobs I had in my life were ones where I connected with people through their hearts! I am moving through deep inner work and finding what my focus will be. At the moment I think it has to do with sound healing, and different methods and catalysts for awakening people. I have struggled in many ways and I feel so great when I get to share it in a real truthful way with people around me and we learn from each other. The most beautiful moment in the video for me was when Sabrina says “I am you and you are me”, a phrase I first heard in Bali, a place I have a deep spiritual connection with. But only recently has it started to really sink in. I was meditating last night with a bit of fever and I could literally feel myself entering the energy body of various people in my life with an approach of full heart, but also to tune in, to feel how they felt. It was SUCH a moving experience because I realised tangibly through feeling how others are Literally part of “ME”, or the larger Spirit. I am letting go to the beauty of disidentifying from this small me little by little to serve the larger truth with simply my frequency. Love & Gratitude.

    • Sabrina Truscott April 18, 2018 at 3:32 pm - Reply

      Wow, that’s beautiful, Francesca. I treasure those moments of insight.

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