101: From Fear to Self-Love with Lori Harder

On this episode of Build Your Network, Host Travis Chappell interviews Lori Harder a leader facilitating transformation through mindfulness, fitness and self-love.

Here’s what Travis and Lori discuss in this episode:

  • About Lori Harder
    • Runs two seven-figure businesses
    • Author of A Tribe Called Bliss
    • TEDx speaker
    • 10x cover model
    • 3x fitness world champion.
    • Promotes sustainable health, spiritual well-being, and emotional thriving.
    • Founder of the Bliss Project event.
    • Featured on NBC, FOX, OWN and TLC networks.
  • What are you most excited about right now?
    • She’s coming out of a massive up leveling in her life and transcending to a new level.
    • Her book is getting her excited now.
  • How did you overcome the thoughts of “I can’t do big things”?
    • A lot of her success came about way later in her career.
      • It’s never too late, that’s a limiting belief.
    • There was a pain point of staying the same
    • Fear was holding her back, so she had to work through her anxiety.
    • She had to get to a point where she felt that no matter what happened it would be better than disappointing herself.
    • You’re either always getting better, or you’re going backward.
  • Where did you first start seeing success in your life?
    • At first, she was just happy to start doing small things, like becoming a personal trainer.
      • She was raised with limiting beliefs, imposter syndrome all the time.
      • This was when she was about 26 years old.
      • She opened up her studio about two or three years later.
    • All of us know there’s something really big and training and opening the studio were just a part of that.
      • None of the training and eating matters if you’re not changing people’s belief system.
      • She found that she was way more interested in the mindset piece than the physical part.
    • Where did you meet your husband and how did Isagenix play in?
      • She was in a bad situation with her roommates.
      • She came home to work with her dad and make some money.
      • She met Chris at the gym and planned to get out of Green Bay, WI.
        • The timing was bad, but she kept seeing him at the gym.
        • They became friends and had no expectations.
        • After six months it turned into a romantic relationship.
        • They’ve been together for over 16 years.
      • When did you find Isagenix?
        • After a bad competition season, she found Isagenix and it helped her break the cycle and reset herself.
        • When you can change someone’s emotions you can help them shift their life.
        • She thought her career might be ruined by doing network marketing.
        • She realized that she needed to be all in or all out.
      • How did the transition from growing up religious to becoming your own person go?
        • If you feel like you’re not getting anywhere it’s because you’re trying to live someone else’s life.
        • Her life’s commitment is to start making decisions to find out how to be free.
        • Take radical responsibility for where you’re at.
      • Do you believe that what you know or who you know is more important, and why?
        • Who you know, because it will help you elevate to the next level.
        • You can learn what you don’t know from who you know.
      • How crucial have paid masterminds or mentorships been in your career so far?
        • When things aren’t getting done, that’s when you know you need a coach/mentor/mastermind.
        • She’s technically in three masterminds this year.
        • They’re vital.
        • In the last few years she and Chris have spent far over six-figures on masterminds.

The Random Round:

    • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
      • Professional ballroom dancer or some other type of performer.
    • If you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?
      • Oprah
      • She admires her for how she shows up and her path of spiritual development.
    • How do you like to consume content best, books, blogs, podcasts, or videos?
      • All, huge lover of books and massive podcast listener.
      • Events are her favorite.
    • What’s your favorite book recommendation?
      • Tribe of Mentors
    • Give us a glimpse of your morning routine
      • Wake up to a morning mantra
      • Go downstairs and read
      • Do visualization/meditation for 5-15 minutes
      • Go move their body and try to not be interrupted until 11 am
    • What is your go-to pump up song?
      • The Hamilton Soundtrack
    • What are you not very good at?
      • Slow learner
    • What is one place where we can find you online?
      • Instagram: @loriharder

Tweetable Quotes:

  • My fear of regret overtook my fear of failure.
  • You’re either always getting better, or you’re going backward.
  • Take radical responsibility for where you’re at.

Resources Mentioned:

Buildyournetwork.com– Podcast website

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Tribe of Mentors – book by Timothy Ferriss


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