A personal letter to you

Hi, my name is Celeste,


I’m really happy and thankful to see you here! I really can’t wait to start this journey together and see the beautiful changes that take place in your life in the process.

Before going on with the first video of the course, however, I’d like to make a few premises.

No technique, or course, or whatever program, taken individually, is a magic pill for success. Instead, by practicing the lessons taught here over and over again and by learning from your mistakes, success will become your second nature.

And I can tell you one thing for sure: any goal you will achieve in the next ten years will be the result of what you are doing now. As the saying goes:

“If you continue to do what you have always done, you will only get more of what you already have.”  

But right now you’re taking an opportunity to make your life incredibly different - and this is the first step you should be really be proud of.

You’re making an effort at taking responsibility for your life, your happiness - which is what gives you back the control necessary to make some radical changes.

The hard truth is that if you do not take responsibility for your actions, if you don’t claim control over your life, someone else will do it for you.

Matter of fact, a way of understanding responsibility is to see it as a form of control. Do you want to control your life or leave that control to others - to your family, to the media or, more generally, to society?

Do you want to be the masters of your destiny or the victims of your situation?

It is very easy to blame the parents, the employer or the government for your problems, but until you decide to see yourself as the one that’s truly responsible for your situation, then you will not have the power to change it. All successful people know that taking responsibility is the first step towards a happy and fulfilling life and just like Dr. Stephen R. Covey said:

When you pick up one end of the stick, you pick up the other. Therefore, if you decide to take responsibility for your circumstances, you automatically tap into the power to change them.”

Sometimes, responsibility could be confused with fault - but they are two different things.

You are not responsible for the cards that have happened to you - because bad things in life happen to everyone - but it always depends on you how to play those cards.

Ignore what does not fall under your control and gain full mastery on what depends on you.

Now the question is: “Are you ready for this commitment? Are you ready to regain your strength?”

Are you willing to give sufficient importance to this course and to every action you are asked to do in this regard? Even if you are not convinced at first, it is important that you understand that you can succeed - and it’s up to you to make the transformation happen. Just focus on one step (or video!) at a time.


May your road to success begin, then


My Best Personal wishes for everything,


Celeste