The Fearless Vision Project has had a huge influence on my life and business. The regimen of meeting regularly to share my vision book stopped me from procrastinating and to really begin working towards creating the dream life I always wanted. Hines
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
Six-time, successful entrepreneur Lynne Leahy announced today the release of a new workbook for her Fearless Vision Project Titled Fearless Vision Project, the workbook combines the compelling tools of visioning, group sharing and spiritual principles to help individuals realize their dreams for both work and life. Leahy’s spiritual shortcuts are based on her forty years of experience and the spiritual principles of Napoleon Hill’s classic 1935 book Think and Grow Rich.
“Millions of people have bought Hill’s book and then given up after getting bogged down in Chapter 2,” says Leahy. “My workbook and program takes Hill’s work, boils it down to its spiritual essence and makes his powerful tenets of focus, fearlessness and creativity accessible to anyone. With these simple tools, wantrepreneurs can turn their entrepreneurial dreams into a reality.”
Leahy’s workbook and program include three spiritual shortcuts for accomplishing success in all areas of life: visioning, master-mind groups and spiritual principles.
Shortcut #1: Visioning
The Fearless Vision Program uses the proven tool of visioning to get individuals started on the road to success. The workbook’s 8-inch by 8-inch format is completely portable so that readers can always have their vision with them.
“Slip your workbook into your briefcase or bag and bring it with you wherever you go,” advises Leahy. “If you are struggling in a job or work that doesn’t bring joy and well-being to your life, go on a break, pull out your vision and remind yourself who you are becoming.”
Shortcut #2: Accountability (through master-mind groups)
Leahy’s second spiritual shortcut is the master-mind alliance or group. The workbook includes an easy-to-use agenda and format for forming and running a master-mind group of two to five members.
“In his book, Hill characterizes the power of two minds coming together as a ‘third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind’,” explains Leahy. “Readers can harness this force in their own groups and fast-track it into all parts of their lives.”
Shortcut #3: Spiritual Principles
At each master-mind meeting, Leahy suggests that members read a list of spiritual principles. These eight principals, expressed as first person plural statements, include: “We focus,” “We decide,” “We give thanks,” and “We vow,” among others.
Fearless Vision Project in Action
For the past six months Leahy has piloted her workbook and program with her own master-mind groups. Current participants in the pilot program are enthusiastic about their experiences with the program.
“The Fearless Vision Project has had a huge influence on my life and business. It has strengthened my ability to visualize in detail my future goals and success. The regimen of meeting regularly to share my vision book stopped me from procrastinating and to really begin working towards creating the dream life I always wanted.” Hines, widely-recognized California artist
“The Fearless Vision Project makes me think "Bigger " in my vision. The more I think about my business and life, the more ideas come to my mind with reassurance that I can live that "Bigger" vision.” Jane Ndungu, California resident originally from a small village in Kenya
“From the first day I arrived at our meeting I felt as if I had possibility. I had my first paying job with my own company last month. I see a successful company forming slowly but surely through the positive thoughts of my group and our vision books!” Vikki Belardi, founder of Right Size Now, a business for helping people downsize their lives
“Attending Wisdom 2.0 Week in San Francisco with many Google, Facebook and other young professionals, I am optimistic to see that spiritual practices clearly define the younger corporate generation.” Leahy noted.
Lynne is currently planning to partner with the career development programs of the San Francisco-based Women’s Initiative for Self Employment, one of the nation’s leading microenterprise training programs, and the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities, an experiential training program for post-9/11 veterans. Through these partnerships, Leahy will help women and veterans to realize self-sufficiency and self-support through her program’s shortcuts.
About Lynne Leahy
Lynne Leahy, a successful business leader, keynote speaker and serial entrepreneur, has started, operated and sold six companies, including a technology company eventually sold to Oracle Corp and a regional technology company she sold to an international company on the London Stock Exchange. Lynne started using the principles outlined in Fearless Vision Project in 1975.
She has been featured in Business Week Magazine, San Francisco Business Times, Silicon Valley Business Ink and California CEO Magazine. She has written and published four books and has been a keynote speaker at regional, national and international events including AIIM-Dusseldorf, Women Seeing Beyond, National AIIM-New York, Women's Initiative and BTA Las Vegas. Lynne has also been the "first" woman in many of her achievements and is dedicated to helping women entrepreneurs (and all entrepreneurs) realize their dreams. She is the single mother of two sons and has one grandchild. Lynne has lived in the heart of the Silicon Valley her entire life and has always been inspired by the visionary culture of Northern California.