Join me online August 8th :: Do Love Talk feat. Arel Moodie

How to Get Started in the Speaking Business and Become Profitable Immediately
Danielle ‘D-Love’ Leslie interviews
Arel Moodie, National Speaker and Founder of Empact

Join us live online Wednesday, August 8th at 6:00pm PST/9:00pm EST 

 

Arel Moodie went from a kid on welfare in the projects of Brooklyn to running a million dollar company because of his ability to inspire others with his message. He used his speaking to build his brand, grow his following, and it laid the foundation for his company Empact 100. Arel has spoken to over 1000,000 people in 43 states and four countries—all before his 30th birthday.

If you want to use speaking to build your brand, promote your expertise on a topic, and learn how to profit from a speaking career immediately, then you do NOT want to miss this Do Love Talk with Arel Moodie. We’ll be live during the Talk and will allow plenty of time for Q & A.

During the Talk, you will learn:

  • How to give back, share your message to inspire people, and make a full time living doing it
  • The already existing markets that will pay you to speak
  • How to pick the best market for you even though you think your message is for “everyone”
  • How to get directly in touch with decision makers of an event
  • How to position yourself as an expert so that people come to you instead of you chasing them
  • The most important word in the speaking profession

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Arel Moodie, known as America’s Top Young Speaker, has spoken to over 100,000 people in 43 states and four countries—all before his 30th birthday. Arel is the best selling author of Your Starting Point For Student Success, a high five lover, and has a Super Mario surprise wedding dance with over 200,000 views on YouTube because of his dance moves. Arel went from a kid on welfare in the projects of Brooklyn to running a million dollar company, and he is the Co-Founder of Empact and their flagship product is the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour. Arel also speaks to students about leadership skills and preparing for success in college. Arel has been quoted in the New York Times, USA Today, Essence, and Inc. Magazine.

Danielle Leslie is addicted to doing what she loves and created the Do Love Project to give individuals the inspiration and tools to build businesses around their passions. She previously organized and completed the national sponsored GenJuice Tour where she met with over 300 first-time entrepreneurs, co-founded a web startup helping Gen Y entrepreneurs start their first companies, completed SeedStart startup accelerator program, and helped startups build their brands online with her marketing consulting We Are BIGFISH.

 

Do Love Talks are online conversations featuring fearless individuals doing what they love and earning what they deserve unapologetically. Each person in the series has built a business around their passion and inspires others to do the same.

 

Join me live online June 20th :: Do Love Talk feat. Amber Rae

How to Manifest Your Boldest Dreams into Reality
(in less than 6 months)

Do Love Talk featuring: Danielle ‘D-Love’ Leslie, Founder of Do Love Project

Amber Rae, Creator of Bold Academy

Join us live online Wednesday, June 20th at 6:00pm PST/9:00pm EST

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Do Love Talks are online conversations featuring fearless individuals doing what they love and earning what they deserve unapologetically. Each person in the series has built a business around their passion and inspires others through their pursuits to make a HUGE impact.


How did Amber Rae take Bold Academy from idea to a team of 11 heart-centered doers and $75K in revenue in less than 6 months?

And how does she plan to reach millions of people with her new movement?

Amber gives us a glimpse into how she approached and conquered this larger than life vision and how she plans to continue its massive growth in the future.

How did Danielle start the Do Love Project and launch the 5-week Press Play program by accident? 

 And how does she plan to grow the “Do what you love; convince the rest to follow” culture?

Danielle dives into how the Do Love Project was born and how she plans to grow the #dolove tribe by living the #dolove philosophy.

 Tell me about a time you…
  1. Turned have nots into haves and created something from nothing.
  2. Let your fear fuel you and your curiosity lead you.
  3. Convinced someone to pay you what you deserve to do what you love.

 

If you want to learn how to achieve what you never thought possible by unleashing your superpowers, transform your idea into a real-life venture or business, and grow a meaningful movement, then you do NOT want to miss this Do Love Talk. We’ll be live on the call and will allow plenty of time for Q & A. Enter your email address above to receive a recording of the live Do Love Talk!

Danielle ‘D-Love’ Leslie is addicted to doing what she loves and created the Do Love Project and PRESS PLAY to mobilize people to build their lives (and start businesses) around their passions. She previously co-founded and helped GenJuice grow to 100+ content contributors and completed a startup accelerator, met with over 300 first-time entrepreneurs during a national sponsored tour, and helped startups create movements online with her branding and marketing consultancy We Are BIGFISH.

Amber Rae is obsessed with unrealized human potential. In the last 365 days, she said Hell Yes to: Working with Seth Godin to launch the Domino Project, helping Derek Sivers make his book a best-seller, helping hundreds of people claim the lives they’re meant to live with the Passion Experiment, and launching a “Bold Academy” dedicated to unlocking potential. She contributes to Fast Company and has been featured in the New York TimesInc.Forbes, The Huffington Post, Fast Company, BBC, and ABC World News.

 

Join me live online June 13th :: Do Love Talk feat. Geada Ford

Becoming Part of a Hell Yes! Culture
Danielle ‘D-Love’ Leslie interviews
Geada Ford, Creative Director for Marie Forleo

Join us live online Wednesday, June 13th at 6:00pm PST/9:00pm EST 

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This Do Love Talk “Becoming Part of a Hell Yes! Culture” features Geada Ford, Creative Director for Marie Forleo. If you’re familiar with Marie, you know that she recently underwent an entire branding and website redesign, and, well, Geada Ford is responsible.

If you want to learn how to build a business around your passion, take your freelancing or consulting to new heights, and work with someone you absolutely admire, you do NOT want to miss this Do Love Talk featuring Geada. We’ll be live on the call and will allow plenty of time for Q & A.

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Geada Ford describes herself as a Brand-thropologist. She create cultures—places where brands live. By mixing together her knowledge of branding and design with what real people feel, need and want in a light hearted way, she removes the wall between you and them. That’s right—design can break barriers (cue the Celine Dion track).

Danielle Leslie is addicted to doing what she loves and created the Do Love Project to inspire and inform the next generation of passionate entrepreneurs. She previously traveled around the US and Asia as a social media evangelist, organized and completed the national sponsored GenJuice Tour, co-founded a web startup helping Gen Y entrepreneurs start their first companies, and founded her branding and marketing consultancy We Are BIGFISH.

 

Live Taping of the Do Love Show :: Photos

For the first live taping of the Do Love Show, I had the privilege to interview Damien Ritter, Co-Founder and CEO of Funk Volume. Dame shared how they cultivated a fanatical community around their record label—from 70,000+ Facebook Likes to people rocking FV tattoos—using social media and how being a music industry newbie has in fact served him and his company well. Look out for the final cut of the show, and in the meantime, visit http://myfunkvolume.com/ and “Turn it up!”

Stop apologizing for who you are :: Fierce Leadership Summit

“Take a risk. Share your passion. Do what you love. Care about the people you touch. The best way to stand out from the crowds is to give a shit about what you do. Stop apologizing for who you are. You are enough. Stop robbing the world of your unique voice.” -excerpt from The Fierce Manifesto, Fierce Leadership Summit 2012

Four days later, I’m still alerting my sister about epiphanies inspired by the phenomenal women I met at the Fierce Leadership Summit. The themes of the day included:

  1. Be your authentic self.
  2. Stop stalling and start sharing your natural gifts with the world.
  3. Surround yourself with positive people.

I took something away from each and every speaker. I walked away from the event as my authentic self, and I don’t intend on looking back. Aside from the event impacting me, I’m floored by the change I’ve witnessed in my sister who also attended the event. Her new enthusiasm for her future is so encouraging, and I am so grateful to Nailah Blades of Polka Dot Coaching for putting on the Fierce Leadership Summit.

I met so many incredible women (and one gentleman!) at #FLS2012, including the gorgeous and witty TV host Sharzad Kiadeh of LuxLyfe, the beautiful and intelligent Marketing Optimist herself Donna Queza, the man who went from no publishing contract to published book in under 12 months Jason Womack author of Your Best Just Got Better, the super uplifting and energetic woman behind the Fierce Leadership website Rema Morgan of Pink Lemonade Creative, and the phenomenal ladies Rona, Stephanie, and Rachel of GraceBlu Designs which is top notch interior design.

I included the specific takeaways I received from each Fierce speaker below:

  • Nailah Blades, Founder of the Fierce Leadership Summit and Owner of Polka Dot Coaching reminded us that we typically introduce ourselves as someone we’re not. With Nailah’s guidance, we all reintroduced ourselves as our “authentic selves.” Rather than, “Hi, I’m Danielle Leslie, and I’m a Marketing Consultant,” it became, “Hi, I’m Danielle, and I love helping people see their potential and do what they love for a living.”
  • Dyana Valentine, a professional Instigator, prodded us to declare our super conditions. I took the liberty of declaring my mom’s super conditions as eternal inquisitiveness and perpetual curiosity. In other words, “she be askin’ all them questions.” :) Dyana’s instigating certainly supercharged everyone in attendance and was a great way to start the day. If you can use some tough questions in your life, check out her Woke Up Knowing Think Tank Retreat.
  • Britt Castro, Founder of Financially Wise Women helped us examine our relationships with money. Britt instructed us to recall our earliest memories with money. This was my favorite exercise of hers because it was the first time I really thought about why I relate to money (and don’t relate to money) the way I do as an adult. Britt also pointed out the differences between working with a male accountant versus a female accountant. If you’re looking for any money-related guidance (e.g. investing, accounting), Britt is your best bet!
  • Erin Haslag, Owner of Well in LA shared a lot of great wellness tips. The huge takeaway for me was paying more attention to how I start my day. Typically, the alarm on my iPhone wakes me up. Then, while I’m still in bed, I check my Gmail, Twitter, and Facebook accounts. Erin challenged us to avoid the phone or computer for our first hour after rising. She suggested exercising, writing, and similar activities.
  • Melanie Mills, Creator and Owner of GLEAM and one of the Fierce sponsors, shared her story about becoming the Emmy Award-winning makeup artist she is today. I have to say I was so impressed by Melanie—talk about audacity, fearlessness, and humility. Melanie’s motto is: Live it. Own it. Work it.
  • Danielle Dowling, Relationship Expert, is first and foremost a talented storyteller. As she shared a portion of her dating history with us, I felt myself leaning in to catch every detail. What did I learn from Danielle? It’s important to know and state your dating purpose on date #1. If your dating purpose is, “I want to find a boyfriend with the hopes of marrying in the next 2 years of meeting him,” then it’s important to be honest with yourself and the person you’re dating. If you need dating/relationship clarity, definitely seek out Danielle. After all, her super condition is ruthless awareness which comes in handy.
  • Sam Bennett, Owner of the Organized Artist Company helped us wade through our own bullsh*t and declare our priorities. She then challenged us to dedicate 15 minutes every morning towards one of our priorities. She shared that her clients have completed entire books and screenplays using this technique. If you need help organizing the 30+ projects you’re juggling, check out her Get It Done workshop.
  • Alaia Williams, Founder of One Organized Business shared tips to help us refine our all-important personal brands—from considering our strengths, personal style, and professional goals. Alaia stressed the importance of having a business card and in fact provided the nudge for my mom to order her first set of personal business cards. Alaia made her passion for connecting people and cultivating community apparent, and in fact she is responsible for organizing a lot of tech/entrepreneurship-related events in LA, so follow her on Twitter to stay up to date.
  • Danielle Leslie, Founder of We Are BIGFISH and Creator of Do Love Project spoke about how to get paid for doing what you love. I was beyond excited to speak at #FLS2012. It marked me announcing Do Love Project to the world (or the Fierce ladies in the room and anyone watching the live broadcast). I shared the 5 fears that stop us from doing what we love for a living and provided ways to overcome, or at least begin to cope, with the fears. When I wasn’t feeling nervous/anxious, I had the time of my life presenting!
  • Jodi Womack, Founder of No More Nylons was representing Ojai and more importantly has done an incredible job growing Women’s Business Social. She shared tips about cultivating our own networks of smart, diverse, and of course grounded (no snootiness allowed!) women. If you are looking to get plugged into a collective of women business owners, stay updated with Jodi’s events.

And that’s my wrap-up for the Fierce Leadership Summit! If you’re in LA (or have access to internet) when #FLS2012 comes around next year, I hope to see you!