Imagine The Possibilities with Marc Allen

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What would you like to do with your life? What do you wish you had? Do you long for success, but feel it's beyond your reach? Marc Allen has a found a way to have everything he wants, and attain success and fulfillment - the easy way. Marc doesn't like to get up early. He runs a successful business, but only when he feels like it. But by discovering the things that once made it impossible for him to succeed - and that hold all of us back - he went from near bankruptcy to millionaire, and turned several lifelong dreams into successful business ventures. How did he do it? Not by putting his nose to the grindstone, or adopting Type-A behaviors. This Type-Z entrepreneur, business guru, and life coach will explain the simple steps you can take to turn your life in the direction of your goals. Because, as he says, "We all have our unique strengths, and we all have what we need to succeed brilliantly once we deal with our doubts and fears about it all." Fear no more. Just listen.


Marc Allen is an internationally acclaimed author, teacher, and musician. He is cofounder of the New World Library publishing company and the music label, Watercourse Media.

His books include:

  • The Millionaire Course: A Visionary Plan for Creating the Life of Your Dreams (New World Library 2003)
  • Visionary Business: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Success (New World Library 1997)
  • The Type-Z Guide to Success: A Lazy Person's Manifesto for Wealth and Fulfillment (New World Library 2006)

To learn more about the work of Marc Allen go to

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How you can change the core beliefs that keep you from realizing your potential
  • Why it's important to identify and write down your purpose in life
  • How a big problem might provide your greatest opportunity
  • What you can do when you wake at 3 a.m. with doubts and fears raging
  • Why being lazy won't prevent you from succeeding
Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 10/10/2006      Program Number: 3177