A few days ago, I watched the movie "Here comes the boom" starring Kevin James. That was one of the most inspiring movies I have ever seen. Kevin James displayed incredible courage and determination while fighting for a selfless cause to save someone's job and the schools 'music programs. He did something that did not benefit him personally; he didn't even keep the money he made getting punched and beat up fighting on the ring. This movie touched my heart because of how I can relate to it as a coach and an entrepreneur. I am leading a financial revolution to heal the world from poverty and the pain that poverty is causing all around the world.

Here is question for you. When was the last time you got "punched "on behalf of someone else? Not physically but also emotionally. I am going to use the analogy of coaching as an entrepreneur. When you start your business as an entrepreneur to serve the people that you are called to serve, you get "beat up" many times and the survival of your business depends on how much time you get up or if you ever get up. You always have the choice to get up and keep going or you can give up.

• People might laugh at you or discourage you for doing something that they are not willing to do; they might even tell you that you will fail because you are doing something that is foreign to them and out of their comfort zones.

• When you start marketing, you get rejected a few times and you feel that you are being rejected because you are unworthy or not good enough; your mind tells you all the reasons why you are a loser and a worthless human being to keep your safe, your beliefs system challenges your new adventure.

• You might not have a lot of support from your family or friends.

• You might feel that you are being prosecuted for following your heart and divine guidance and the list goes on.

Rejection is one of the biggest blocks to cash that some entrepreneurs have, it is a very strong fear. The rejection feels like "punches" on the ring. I found out that the only thing that can keep you going and help you not give up is your "WHY" or your purpose. The rejection brings out your shadow, the other side of you that that you do not want to look at; it can be a challenge for some people to even accept that they have darkness in them.

When you feel rejected, my suggestion is to think about all the things you are grateful for. Think about why you do what you do, and who you are serving. Think about the people you want to serve, because your cause or purpose should be bigger than yourself, if not, you won't last on the "ring " of life, you will get knocked down on the first round and go back to your old life. One of the things that has helped me is called a power hour or morning ritual. The power hour is a morning ritual starting with exercise, followed by meditation and gratitude; it is a powerful tool that can help you focus every day on your goals and help you get centered, still and energized. Another tool that I use is the ideal life vision system, which was created by Ann Webb. I pretty much painted a picture of how I want my life to look like as if it was already that way and I listen to my ideal life vision recording every day; it keeps me focused and reminds me of my daily actions, goals, desires, my purpose while imprinting all that information on my subconscious mind.

A "selfless" act can go a long way and living your purpose and serving the ones who need you is a "selfless" act! Selfless in the sense of giving, being loving, being helpful, leading, inspiring and making a positive difference while getting paid to serve. It requires courage, patience, willingness to work through your blocks, willingness to within, overcome obstacles, be faithful and trust the process. So what is your choice? Like Kevin James on the movie "Here Comes the boom", are you willing to take a leap of faith, do something that is bigger than yourself, get "beat up" and take the punches that life throws at you for a higher purpose?

I have had my moments as an entrepreneur when I wanted to give up several times; the "punches" on my face were too painful, I kept falling down on the "ring of life", giving up and getting up, what helped me was my "WHY", the movement I am leading, the tribe that looks up to me for leadership and guidance, the message that I have and the purpose I choose to fulfill.

I challenge you to take the time to figure out why you are doing the things that you do? Are you doing what you love? Do you feel like you have purpose and a message for the world? Why does it matter to you? How would your life be different if you are doing what you love, what makes your heat sing while serving people you care about getting paid in the process? You have the power to choose to be a Rock star in your niche, a powerful purpose driven creator supported by modern marketing and sales systems to help you attract your tribe and get paid to serve. What is your choice?

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Author's Bio: 

I am the Wealth Creation Coach for the Evolving Women Entrepreneurs who are ready to breakthrough their financial limitations and create true wealth standing in their power, living their purpose and creating possibilities.