It’s been a total blast and one of the greatest honors of my life to appear on QVC live with Tony Robbins three times now.
The appearance was particularly special for me because just a few days prior, I received a message from Tony personally requesting that I join him for this show because the last time we were together my passion, energy, and transformation story were “off the charts.” Such an honor.
Everything with Tony is completely unscripted and you never know what’s going to happen when the two of us get together! As you can see in this clip, both Tony and I are PASSIONATE about living a life by design instead of a life by default!
This message is so key that I’m bringing back an article that I wrote about this appearance just a few weeks after…along with a brand new free resource to help you create your life by design right now!!!
Living a life by design, instead of a life by default…
A few weeks ago, I did a live appearance on QVC with Tony Robbins. It was live television and not scripted. One of the things he asked me was, “what have you done with your life?” In my answer, I was explaining to him that people come up to me all the time and say things like “Wow, Stacey, you are glowing…you radiate happiness. What’s up with that, how do you do that?” I explained to Tony how I always give the same answer… “I live a life by design, not a life by default.”
If you watch the clip here, you can see by Tony’s reaction that he knew exactly what I meant. That’s because he too lives a Life by Design.
Since that QVC appearance, people have been coming up to me and asking me what a Life by Design means. Even more so, many people have said “I get the feeling I’m living that ‘life by default’ that you mentioned, but I’m not even sure what that is.”
So I thought that I would talk about that with you today.
A great way to understand what a Life by Design is begins with understanding a Life By Default.
What is a Life By Default?
A Life by Default is the life that most people are living (myself included years ago). It’s the person we have become as a result of our life experiences and how we have responded to them. It’s not a life of our conscious choosing, it feels more like the life we fell into.
For example, the child who is able to distract his unhappy mother by telling jokes and making her laugh continues to be “the funny guy” today. The girl who grew up in a house full of complainers is also a complainer because that’s just how everyone communicated in her home; it comes naturally to her. Or the boy who grew up in a household where there was very little money and the parents were always fighting and stressed. That boy grows up vowing never to be needy, gets a job as an accountant, and easily makes six figures shortly after graduating college.