Great Work Podcast

Great Work Podcast

Peggy McColl, Destinies.com

Peggy McColl, Destinies.com

Peggy McColl is the woman behind Destinies.com, a New York Times bestselling author and a force to be reckoned with in the world of Great Work where we stand up, stare in the mirror and ask ourselves: What are my goals? What is my destiny? What is the life that I’m creating for myself?

Part of what’s terrific about this interview is that Peggy sits in that sweet spot between having a message that is important – and being focused and courageous enough to get it out to the world. Let’s just say it wasn’t an accident that Your Destiny Switch became a New York Times best-seller.

In our interview we discuss:

  • How she got started – and what it took for her to take the leap that got things really moving
  • The importance of marketing for the success of your Great Work – whether it’s a book or any other project
  • The power question that invites others in to give you the support you need
  • Why you mastering your emotions can help you move to Great Work

Listen to my interview with Peggy McColl.

0:16 Michael introduces Peggy McColl

1:45 Peggy’s books Your Destiny Switch: Master Your Key Emotions, and Attract the Life of Your Dreams; 21 Distinctions of Wealth: Attract the Abundance You Deserve; The Won Thing: The “One” Secret to a Totally Fulfilling Life

4:02 How she got started – and what it took for her to take the leap that got things really moving

5:30 The importance of marketing for the success of your Great Work – whether it’s a book or any other project

14:01 The power question that invites others in to give you the support you need

14:35 Why you mastering your emotions can help you move to Great Work

25:10 How to find out more about Peggy McColl

25:32 Michael closes the interview

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