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E338: Keeping Negative Emotions Out Of Your Life With Rachel Augusta
22nd April 2019 • Breakthrough Success - Content Marketing That Works • Marc Guberti
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Rachel Augusta works with animals all over the world who are sick, injured, have a terminal illness or suffer from trauma due to previous abuse. She runs a unique membership site where women and their furbabies in all stages of health have community and support because research proves that animals take on the stress of their human guardians, and this usually leads to illness in the animal’s body. Her business was featured in a bestselling Hay House published book, Women Rocking Business, she has been interviewed by the international animal protection organization In Defense of Animals, and Truthcat Radio. Because of her activism, she was interviewed by the New York Times, CNN, BBC and was on the cover of People Magazine in July of 2015.

 

Quotes To Remember:

"Life can be really short or life can be really long." "Go deeper into why you are creating the smell." Note: smell means the emotional state you are in. Animals can smell emotions. "Animals can smell all of our emotions." "If we are always in a state of stress, we don't release endorphins or serotonin." "You want financial freedom because you want your life."     What You'll Learn:
  • Keeping negative emotions in check
  • How animals mirror your emotions
  • How to reduce stress
  • Maintaining the work-life balance
  • Practicing self-care and letting go of emotional baggage

 

Key Links From The Episode: 

Rachel's site

Free audio healing for your furbaby

Email me marc@marcguberti.com if you want me to create your free funnel (only applies to non-ClickFunnel members)

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Podcast Domination by Marc Guberti

Women Rocking Business by Sage Lavine

You Are A Bada** by Jen Sincero

You Are A Bada** At Making Money by Jen Sincero

The War Of Art by Steven Pressfield

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