So you might’ve noticed that I have gotten
pretty minimalistic over the last year, not just in my business, but in my life. And I have basically been on a mission to
figure out how to work less, but make more of an impact and make more money at the same
time. And this all truly stemmed for me from a really
bad burnout I had a couple of years ago, where I basically worked myself into the hospital. It was really scary and it scared me straight. And so I have been on a mission to simplify. And so last year at this time, we had three
times the size of my team. We had three times the amount of products
and services that we were offering, and yet minimizing and not having those team members,
and not having those other offers or services, it sounds weird, but we’ve actually doubled
our revenue in the last year, which is crazy. So generated multiple millions in the business
this year, while working with us and taking a three week vacation to Europe, where I didn’t
even touch my computer. So how the hell did I do this? That’s what I’m going to dive into today because
I really would love it if everyone could find their dream life while running their dream
business. And I think it’s really important to visualize
what you want in your life and what you want your life to look like so that your business
doesn’t rule your world. So if you’re excited about this, give this
video like. It doesn’t matter where you are on your journey,
this will be applicable. And these are all things that I wish I knew
when I was first starting my business, and things I wish I knew just a lot earlier than
I figured them out on my own. And hit that subscribe button, hit the bell
to get notified every single time we post a new video. So let’s talk about this. Let’s dive into exactly what I did. So if I look down at all, it’s because I’m
just looking at my notes, but I wanted to make sure that I had everything in here that
really would make a big difference for you and working less and making more, especially
as we head into a new year. So it takes a lot of work. Just a friendly little warning here. It takes a lot of work to make your life easy
and to your business easy. This is not going to be an easy process, but
once you figure it out, it is amazing how much time and space you’re going to free up
and how much happier you’ll be. So the first thing, and I just did a whole
video on this this last week, so you check that out, but it’s just passive income. So figuring out ways that you can, sorry for
my handwriting, I am basically in kindergarten, figuring out ways that you can generate passive
income and there are so many ways that you can do this online and there is so much more
wealth at our fingertips. Thank you internet for that opportunity and
the time that we live in. And so there really is no reason that you
can’t be generating, even if it’s like $100 a month, passive income wise, just to help
out in some way, shape or form, and to create revenue even when you’re not working. So passive income is one, but I know that
every other freaking internet guru is talking about that as well. And that’s not really what you’re here for. So the next thing is removing all complexity. So I made this graph and I was like, “Okay,
I feel like there’s just too much going on in my business right now and in my life. So I’m going to write down all the things
that are taking time and then I’m going to figure out if they’re actually giving me a
return on that investment.” Because I truly do believe more than money,
time is our greatest currency. You don’t get it back and you can’t get back
that time that you want to spend with your family, or you can’t get back the time that
you want to spend with your kids, and you don’t give back those vacations where you
should be spending quality time with your friends or your spouse or whatever it may
be. So time is the greatest currency. So I want you to figure out what was costing
me the most time and was I actually getting anything out of it. So just a prime example of this is you’re
seeing an action right now, editing. I have an amazing editor, videographer on
my team, but editing was taking so much time, and when I used to do this myself, it used
to take so much time as well. So I have learned a lot in the last year about
how we can make our video process a lot simpler. So we just decided we’re going to edit a lot
less and we’re going to spend less time on the post-production because it’s not necessary. So that’s the thing, like was fancy editing
actually making more revenue in our business? Nope, not at all. And no one really cared. And the sweet, sweet irony is that I made
a video, you can check it out here and it’s called Stop Watching YouTube videos. It’s unedited entirely. I literally shot it by myself and it soared. And I think that’s because people just want
value. People just want to feel like they can relate
to you. They don’t give a crap about what your editing
looks like. So it depends on what niche you’re in. Obviously if you’re like very super cinematic
and that’s what you do, you do you boo. But for me, that was one thing that was costing
me a lot of time, costing our team a lot of time causing a lot of stress and it was giving
us zero return. Plus just on a super technical term, on YouTube,
the less editing you do, what I’ve found is, the more watch time you get and watch time
is super important. I have a lot of videos on that too. You check them out here, so that’s just one
other piece of the puzzle here as well. And then the other thing is removing complexity
is in terms of travel, for me, I was traveling so much and I was needing to be in a different
location every month and for me, I’m not a great traveler. I love traveling, but I don’t love doing it
when it’s for work and for specific things because it’s a lot of complexity. It’s a lot of coordination. So I just minimize to the things that I really
wanted to do. I stopped saying yes to everything, so I took
that out of the equation as well. Also, I found that when I was traveling, I
was actually seeing a negative return as far as my business because I was taking time away
from the business and taking myself out of the business, when it was a little too premature
to do that. So I was seeing no return here. So that was really, really important. What I do know that I should be doing with
my time is creating content for our paid programs and for our free content as well because that
gives us a huge return of building our audience on autopilot and bringing in new customers
every day. So that’s a hard yes for me. So travel, I cut out, any sort of complexity
in the business, we cut out. And I’ll talk a little bit more about that
in a second because it really is relevant to so many things and it’s really hard to
figure out what to say no to. But this little graph of like time and are
you getting a return out of it is so helpful. So if you want to just do this exercise with
me or after this video, it’s going to open your eyes to a lot. Because I also found that I kept sort of doing
things because I felt like I should without actually looking at if it was actually going
to help the business or actually help me or if it was actually making things more complicated. So the other weird thing was that a year ago,
we had three times the amount of products and services that we now have in the business
as well, which you would think we were making like triple the amount of money, but we actually
weren’t. And the thing that I realized was that the
more that we had all of these different products, the more problems there were to worry about. So if you think about one offer without one
offer, and the interesting thing is that the products and services that we cut out were
actually our most expensive products and services. So we minimize down to the things that we
knew were the most potent and that worked the best, that weren’t necessarily the most
expensive because the more expensive our products and services got, the more customized the
work became. And I found that if I was customizing my work
for every client that came in, it was such a nightmare because I was basically having
to start from scratch with each one. So with each offer, you have to think about
the fact that you need to have marketing, you need to have sales. I know you’re probably not even able to read
this, but let’s just go with it. You need to have operations, you need to have
fulfillment, you need to have customer service, which goes under fulfillment. You need to have… Ahhh, customer service. You need to have teams associated to that
offer to make sure it’s actually getting done. You have to update the content, and an actual
offer itself. So there’s all of these things that go into
one offer. So if you’re trying to build like 50 of these,
then you’re basically spreading yourself so thin that nothing’s going to get done well
and this offer is ultimately going to suffer. So minimizing down to the two core offers
and being able to test what really worked best with our marketplace allowed us to double
down, which I always talk about on the offers that worked the best and only sell those and
only market those because it’s a heck of a lot easier to market one offer and focus just
on that then trying to offer 50 million different things. So that’s really important to understand here. And then the other piece of this is that with
our team, same thing goes. I found that I was hiring people because I
felt like that’s what I should do. And our business had grown so much, we had
doubled our revenue the year prior as well. And our business had grown so much that I
was in my head thinking, “Well, if our business is growing, we definitely need more people
on the team.” Wrong. So the more people I hired because I felt
like I should, the more complex the business got, and the less of a leader I became. And I wasn’t happy with the way I was actually
managing my team. I didn’t feel good about it because I wasn’t
able able to actually speak to everybody and be a good leader. So having more people on your team, also is
the same thing. You have to manage. You have to set targets for them and you have
to communicate with them. And so I’m a big believer, and we say this
all the time in our company, is that we are a tiny, but mighty team. We are all about efficiency. We are all about making sure that each person
in the team is a ninja who can basically do multiple different things and that takes time
to build up. But it starts with me. It starts with you as the leader of the business. You should know how to do everything that’s
happening in your business so that you can properly lead and manage everybody in your
business to be the best that they’re capable of being. So I have found in my business that less is
more, especially when it comes to teams, especially when it comes to offers. So really important to understand that, just
because your business is growing and your revenue is growing, doesn’t necessarily meet
mean that you need more people. So the next thing is goals. And I’ve talked about this a lot on our channel,
but let’s just dive into it further. So my main goals every single day never change. And this has stayed consistent for the last
year. So my goals every day are sales, whether that’s
driving traffic to our webinar or actually both of our webinars, for our both of our
offers, I’m getting traffic there, booking sales calls. Making sure that we’re getting amazing results
and testimonials, and that we’re making the best product on the market. Minimizing to these three goals has allowed
me to stay focused in the last year. And that’s what’s helped us to double revenue
yet again, because I’ve actually just minimized all complexity from what I need to be doing
on a daily basis. So in my opinion, these are the only goals
that really should matter for me every single day. And everything I do is based on judging if
it’s actually leading to these three things. If it’s not, then I probably don’t need to
be doing it or I don’t even be doing it right away or someone else could take it off my
plate for me. So goals and paying a close attention to these,
really, really important. The next thing is I stopped listening to people’s
shoulds. For the first three years of my business,
I feel like I was getting shoulded all over the place. I was getting should on. Let’s say that. So you just want to be really cautious and
this is more something that I’ve learned that I would love to pass on to you is that you
want to be really cautious of shoulds versus musts, and unless it’s a must and it’s totally
necessary to your growth as a person or the growth of your business, and something that
is a full body, yes or no, then you don’t need to be doing it. So if it’s a should and it’s strictly a should,
it’s not a must, you don’t need to be doing it. Really important to understand that concept. So as I just mentioned, the full body, yes
or no, this is also something that I’ve practiced in the last year to figure out what I need
to be doing and what I don’t need to be doing, and what feels right, and what is a definite
no for me because I think saying no is a really hard thing for a lot of people. But saying no has made me so much more money
than saying yes to everything. So for me, I just started practicing by basically
getting people to ask me super obvious questions like, “Do I like green peppers?” I hate green peppers. So I whole body would be like, “Nope.” And so I literally physically would feel what
it felt like for a no. Or, “Do I love chocolate?” “Yes I do.” And that’s a full body yes. So when you’re having a struggle between saying
yes or no, really tap into that. And the other thing that I tapped into when
I was figuring out how to say no to things and how to remove complexity, and how to just
minimize the business, while still growing the business revenue wise, is when opportunity
opportunities come your way, which they will, someone asks you to do something and you don’t
want to do it tomorrow, and I learned this from Marie Forleo. You can check out that interview with her
on my channel right here, but if someone asks you to do something and you wouldn’t say yes
to it for tomorrow, you’re not going to want to do it in like six months from now. It’s just not a thing. So putting something off, does it make it
a yes all of a sudden? So don’t say yes to things if you don’t want
to do it tomorrow. If it were to come up for you tomorrow, would
you want to do it? No. Then you probably won’t want to do it in the
future either. And that’s going to help you say no to a lot
more. So just going back to the whole minimal business
model, it’s really important to understand that there’s really six pillars to every successful
business. And these six pillars, one of my mentors taught
me this, and to help me stay on track with the business over the last year, I review
these every single week. Every Friday morning, I go through the six
pillars of my business, sales, marketing, finance, operations, fulfillment, and team. How are all these things doing? Is there anything that’s unnecessary that
we’re doing that we don’t need to be doing? Is there anything that we can cut out? Is there anything that we need or we’re missing? And I just basically write a few notes. It takes me no more than half an hour to do
it. And it keeps me in tune with the business
in what we need to do moving forward and what we can also get rid of moving forward to make
us a lean mean machine. And I think also, it’s really important to
understand that we’re in a really interesting time right now with online business because
obviously, it’s booming and everybody wants to be an entrepreneur, which I love, but we’ve
gone through this period of everyone’s sort of like having the Ferrari and being so perfect
looking and having like the perfect brand photos, and I fell victim to that too. I was like, “Oh, I have to be perfect in order
for me to actually have a successful business.” And then this last year I’ve been the most
imperfect, the most raw and the most real, and it’s been really hard. It’s been a process for me because I’m so
used to like having a certain aesthetic. But in doing that, everything has grown. I post less on social media. I posted like once a month maybe on Instagram
and my account has almost tripled at this point in the last year. Whereas before that it was super slow growth
because I’m super intentional with what I post now. And I’m not necessarily editing every single
YouTube video perfectly because I don’t know, you tell me. Do you actually care if it’s edited perfectly
or you really just want to get the information in the knowledge? And truthfully, if you’re watching this and
you’re thinking, “This is boring because it’s not perfectly edited,” then maybe you’re not
meant to be here. And I think that’s the thing too is like you
have to be a full body yes or no, but you also want people who are tuning into your
content or working with you or hiring you to be a full body yes or no too, because that
leads to much better results for everybody. And if you look at a platform like TikTok,
which has exploded this year and no, I’m not using it, but I do have a username there,
but I’m not using it. But there is a really good indication from
that platform as to what’s working everywhere else, which is raw, real, in the moment. That’s part of the charm of that app because
people are sick of seeing perfection. So minimizing means showing up as who you
are. And there’s nothing more liberating that than
that. And it’s scary, but for me, I can just tell
you in my own experience by doing less, by working less, by not driving myself into the
ground, I’ve been able to make more money for all the reasons that I’ve just explained
to you. So let me know how this… Hello. Landed for you. Let me know how this way landed for you. Play to your strengths and make sure that
if you’re doing something, you’re not doing it because you’ve been told you should, but
you’re doing it from a place of, “I want to do this and I know this is going to be helpful
to me, and to my business.” Because we all have enough information out
there, but you’re the only person that truly has the answers and truly knows. So again, I really hope this was helpful for
you because I really wished that I had seen a video like this when I was building my business,
when I was thinking about becoming an entrepreneur. This just would have been so helpful to me. So maybe you’re thinking, “Well, this is way
beyond where I am right now,” but I can guarantee you there’s going to be things that I just
talked about, that five years from now, you’re probably going to come back to you and be
like, “Oh, I get it now.” So again, let me know how this landed in the
comments. Give it a like if you enjoyed it, and subscribe. Hit the bell to get notified every single
time we post new videos and you can check out these videos right here because they’re
going to help you build an amazing business as we head into the new year and make even
more money. I’ll see in the next video. Thanks for watching. Bye.


  1. Sunny Lenarduzzi says:

    Thanks so much for watching! Let me know your biggest takeaways in the comments below 😊

  2. Pizzagalli The Live Kitchen says:

    Wonderful very perfectly perfect 👌👍 to know Superb🌹🌹🌹YouTube teacher😊😊 Love 🙂 very great !!

  3. Elizabeth Sampson says:

    Great video #SunnyLenarduzzi I love this!

  4. Raising Kindness TV says:

    Peppers “a full bodied no” – LOVE this advice about determining whether something should be a “Must” or a “No”
    Thank you!!

  5. Wynter Heat says:

    Thank you for the reminder. Its hard to NOT be a perfectionist!

  6. Kevin Parker says:

    “If you would not want to do it tomorrow, you won’t want to do it in the future… Say no.” Wow I need to learn that.

  7. Zach’s Stuff says:

    Appreciate learning from what you had to encounter! Keeping it simple is what I am taking away from your video! Thank you!

  8. Kevin Parker says:

    I feel like some of the “imperfections” in this video were added to model to the rest of us that imperfection is okay. And I appreciate your message. 👍 Perfectionism is one of my blessings/curses.

  9. kiahswenson says:

    Hoping to figure out how to achieve this!!

  10. Robert Lavalamp says:

    Loved the video😎😎

  11. Cherael Symone says:

    Thanks for the tips, you're helping me so much in my goals

  12. Sherry's Research and Reviews says:

    Teamwork. 🙂

  13. Lucy Fletcher says:

    Thank you for the advice. 💛

  14. 4getu boo says:

    How do i get this clip subscribe icon for my videos???????????

  15. Parmida Hamzeh says:

    That's so true! WE don't necessarily need to make all the videos so perfect. Consistency is very important. However, I still have a hard time understanding what days and what time is best for me to post on youtube.

  16. Graphically ARTsy says:

    Staying raw and uncut is exiting and hard but totally doable. Thanks for this Sunny. Confirms what I felt deep down instinctively.

  17. SeanKBeauty says:

    This was a really great video, so many great takeaways and even though some of the things we all heard at some point before, it’s just so good to hear it from somebody else…. it just solidifies and reiterates why self-care is the best care bottom line. Once that happens everything else ends up being a success… I’m so glad you are out of the hospital and doing great things and have found a strategic way to still enjoy your life and fulfill your dreams

  18. Heather Boyd Wire says:

    Great advice Sunny. I started a new series on my channel called Tip Tuesday that is super easy to create and takes little editing. I'm already seeing the positive effects on my channel and great feedback. I love the less is more concept and it really works. The big MORE we really need is more of our authentic selves! 😊😊😊 PS I have a friend that always coins the term "Stop shoulding on me…love it!"

  19. Rachel Hudson says:

    Saying NO is something I've been working on. Thanks for the insight!

  20. Tanya Paulin says:

    Yes! I started enjoying my life so much more once I learned to say no. 🙂

  21. WriterSanctuary says:

    lol…believe me, my viewers relish the editing. The raw footage of me is simply a mess.

  22. SEO Tools TV says:

    Build authority, trust like Sunny does it. Then your content will work for you with passive income. Thanks for sharing ))

  23. Kathleen Reilly Lee says:

    #ShouldOn totally! Great video and super helpful for me. Your listen to your "whole body" advice resonated with me as well because I think anytime I have seen great success it's been when I slowed down, stopped grinding away and listened to my intuition.

  24. Anna Forest says:

    This message fits so perfectly with what I've been wondering lately

  25. Nichole Joubert says:

    This so apropo for where I am right now. It's tough not to feel like you've got to do everything in order to be successful. I'm sick of my business being my life. I've been working really hard to put a minimalistic plan in action moving into 2020. This video helps me to confirm what I've been feeling and moving towards. Thank you.

  26. Samuna KC says:

    My biggest take away is your 6 points business model and 3 things you do every day no matter what.
    It’s gonna make my life way easier. Thank you Sunny ❤️❤️

    And I absolutely understand your formula of saying no from your body 😆😆

    When I was full time into the theatre, During the rehearsals I used to tell my team, I can feel it in my body if something is wrong.

    And my body still can tell from good acting from the bad.

    God Bless you.

  27. Ian Walker says:

    Sunny, It’s rare that I fwd anything like this, but I so agree with what you say here!
    It appears that you do your editing before going on camera! That's where it should be done.
    When working in the IT field, I found that the more time in planning meant way less time in production and correction!

  28. Life Gains with Greg says:

    Thanks for this very helpful video, Sunny. It really helps to see how you’re successfully handling the growth of your business. And it’s such a relief to let go of the “shoulds” that aren’t working. Very effective implementation of the 80/20 rule.

  29. evolutionaryTom says:

    Good stuff. You are authentic. That's the best compliment I can give.

  30. Rachel Freemon Sowers says:

    Biggest takeaways – Stay real and showing up as myself and should vs. must. This reminder will help me focus even more in the year to come and where I will get the most return for my time and energy. Thanks Sunny

  31. ts - mediadesign says:

    Also recommend the book "The 4 hour Week" by Timothy Ferris

  32. Claudia Resendez says:

    Awesome flow of the video. Amazing information. 👍👍👍👍

  33. Koko Lane says:

    Sunny, your timing is on point girl! I'm currently deciding on my offer right now and want to live stress free while offering my services. Thank You❣❣❣

  34. Mama Julisicia says:

    Any small youtubers want to support each other!

  35. Lynnette Bond says:

    I love the idea of being more real and raw. I think it's how you develop trust. It's the approach I plan to take when I launch my business.

  36. JW Classic VW says:

    Love these videos… So helpful and the info is priceless!!

  37. Sky1 says:

    So marrying rich is not the answer?

  38. LifestyleOfLaura says:

    I like the "do you want to do it tomorrow?" that's how you know to say yes or no to it.

  39. Coach Kathi The Fit Spirit says:

    I think this is great and I love the advice of not over editing and just being real on camera. Thank you. Your timing is perfect. When we're ready to teach the students are ready to learn. And might not have been ready back then. All good timing!

  40. raymond comeau says:

    When you're on a MISSION there is not enough time in the day especially when funds are not around to do the journey you were meant to for. Sunny, you and I have connected in the past.Wanted to start doing videos but have to know what you are capable of. My goals will be met. YOU DO HAVE A GOOD MESSAGE ALL THE TIME. Thank you Ray

  41. The Alabaster Box says:

    When you said, "Do you boo…" LOL!! Alright my Canadian sista ♥️

  42. The Alabaster Box says:

    And EXCELLENT point regarding the more expensive products requiring more work.

  43. Forever Yoga with Susannah says:

    Ha Ha I'm glad to hear my "non perfect" approach AKA the real authentic me with limited tech skills and no budget is going to continue to suffice. The little voice in my head that has been telling me I'm not as polished and professional in my presentation as others on the platform, well I was thinking of throwing in the towel. This video has inspired me not to give up. Also I like Youtube but Instagram, not so much. Everyday I don't post i feel guilt. I need to let that s—-t go!!

  44. Birdy Lyn TV says:


  45. TwisT fashion says:

    Glad I saw this right now! Thank you! I was just panicking that I hadnt posted on IG yet today, but actually it should be the other way around. Post when you have something to show/say not just for the sake of posting.

  46. Reality80 says:

    Thanks Sunny, Great video as usual! You haven’t talked yet about another great source of passive income: the Brave Browser! Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser. The browser blocks ads and website trackers. If you choose to view ads, you get payed to view them (even for only one second).
    And as usual, you get payed for everyone who signs up with your referral code. This is mine:
    Maybe you can make a video about this in the near future?

  47. wanttoloveasitis says:

    Please make a video about how you control on a weekly basis the 6 pilars please!!!!🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  48. The Whole Pointe says:

    It makes me so happy to hear that fancy editing isn't needed! Editing definitely takes the longest for me and I don't even know how to do it fancy.

  49. Amanda van der Gulik - Financial Literacy says:

    You hit the nail on the head yet again Sunny! Thank you! I totally agree with you about the word "should".

    You use it in this video, meaning, what you should be doing in your business. If it's not a "must", if it's just a "should", then don't do it.

    I want to take it a step further … the word "should" also has a deep, negative, psychological impact on us as well.

    When we "should" do something, subconsciously we are telling ourselves that we are missing something, we are not doing something that we are supposed to be doing, or that we're doing it "wrong"!

    So personally, I've taken "should" completely out of our whole entire family's household vocab.

    I've replaced it with would and could.

    "Would" it be good for my business to do this yes or no?

    Then when I answer, there's no deep, negative, connotation.

    It's a simple matter of fact yes or no.

    And this is great for parenting as well. Jt takes a lot of that negative energy away from your children too.

    Instead of saying you "should" have done this, which makes your child feel awful, you say, 'oh you "could" have done this, "would" you do this instead?'

    Now you've given the choice back to your child.

    Just like with business, getting rid of "should" and using "could" or "would", or as you mentioned Sunny, "must", then we have success.

    Thank you so so much. 🤗💖😚

    I agree with you, passive income is the key to Financial Freedom.

    Love you, big hugs🤗🤗🤗

  50. Organise Happy says:

    Love this video! I am on a mission to get people to work happier and will be sharing some great tips on my channel real soon 🤔🤗❤️

  51. Dimitra's Dishes says:

    This sounds a lot like Tim Ferris 🙂 love it! Thanks for the uplifting reminders.

  52. Dienotrix Trixer says:

    great job with this video!

  53. JT Nelms says:

    Sunny, this was one of your bests, at least from an entrepreneur's standpoint. LOVED it, and I genuinely appreciate the "tomorrow?" tip… phenomenal.


    "I hope that anyone will find their dream life while running their dream business "

  55. Dorka Tomankova says:

    Honestly Sunny, the info you provide is sooooo valuable that I would not care if you presented this video in your PJ's, with your mud face mask dripping of your face and freaking cucumbers on your eyes, with your old phone on a shaky selfie stick, from your bathroom…. Well let's scrap that last bit and end with the selfie stick there. Anyway, you are just so amazing and helpful that I really don't care about background, cool effects or flawless presentation. Please just keep it up and keep it real and we will forever love you for it 🙏💚

  56. Jaineel Mistry says:

    Great video Sunny! Love the new style of less editing and the content continues to be great. Some really great tips on slowing down. I really resonate with this message – slowing down and simplifying continues to be so powerful for my business and those it serves. Love your work!

  57. Wild Empress says:

    Hey if anyone wants to give me input on a question I have I’d really appreciate any insight. I have the plan of releasing a video course but was just wondering how long I should wait? How big should I grow my audience? I’m new on YouTube have 53 subs, I have just over 1,000 Instagram followers. I have 10 blog posts written but haven’t even launched my blog… so I’m just wondering timeline advice.

  58. AndreaJean says:

    I loved this Sunny!! Yes I love your content more now ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  59. Adi B.A.D says:

    I owning big company and you are right, you don't need too many people to work for you only few Ninja 😄

  60. Fish Overboard Pictures says:

    Tiny but Mighty Ninjas – love it! T x

  61. Lindsey Spiteri Bellizzi says:

    The rat race is an endless cycle that we can only get out off by a change in money mindset!

  62. Jasmine Galimov says:

    This was SO so good Sunny! I really enjoyed this and so resonate with everything!

  63. Fit Thru Faith says:

    Thanks, Sunny! Appreciate the breakdown of your process. Very helpful!

  64. Mafia's Finest TV says:

    Super happy for you Sunny! Glad you have figured out how to make passive income. You worked so hard to get to your point, glad to know that you are okay. 🙂

  65. Deirdre Hardiman says:

    Hey Sunny, thanks for this video it is perfect timing for me. I am so thankful you have your AA program because it is awesome and I know it will be life changing for me. Minimalism is so important to your well being, I am so happy you are embracing it and making it work for you. I don't care if you edit your videos, I'm one of those here for the content. Keep up the amazing work you are doing!!!

  66. Revolución MLM says:

    You are simply the best! Thank you very much.

  67. Christian Hanak says:

    excellent video Sunny! I love minimalism in everything. Thanks!

  68. Angie Byrd says:

    Love this message. There's so much crap out there. The fact you are being real and editing less is a HUGE draw for me. You are a real life human! Showing the "imperfect" version of things is what makes someone/you relatable. Big YES on this one! And, you provide amazing, concise, valuable, timely content. Win win.

  69. VA Sidekick says:

    I loved this video Sunny. But while we're at the subject of minimalizing, why is it so important to make multiple 7 figures in your business?

    I feel like these days, everybody who wants to be successful wants to make at least 7 figures. I don't think there's anything wrong with that, but back to your point of spending more time with family and friends and traveling, you could that as well while making less. And even more so if you focus on making more passive income.

    Either way, I love your content and every week look forward to new videos from you.

  70. Stephen Oshea . says:

    less is more ,

  71. Bruce Young says:

    Two core offers….niche down. That is your mantra lol

  72. Maria Pillon says:

    Sunny, you are an amazing young lady …. I learned and still learning from you ! Keep up the good work !

  73. Joanna Osborne says:

    Hi Sunny, I would love to ask a question. At 10.23 you talk about how every day you work on making sales. Selling your product. I struggle so much emotionally with selling. I feel like I am annoying people and it makes me feel desperate for money. I love love love making my products and developing new ones. How do I overcome how I feel? If anyone else has any ideas feel free to comment. Thanks in advance. 🤗

  74. Che Hojas says:

    great one! what you need to hear when you've been working so hard for so long and feel u just didn't make it

  75. Lilac OR says:

    Needed to hear this so much. Thank you

  76. Pierce Jordan says:

    Interesting that the more editing you do the less watch time you get. Shows that people really value authentic and genuine videos!

  77. Comedian Shanelle Boyd says:

    Thank you for the wonderful info. As I'm starting a new business, it's easy to get wrapped up in trying to be perfect and working myself to death

  78. Mallory Page says:

    This is seriously gold! The fully body yes or no tip is such a mel and i love that you are sharing this. Thank you for always being so real!

  79. Ruby Zuki says:

    Yet another great video. Thank you sooo much for sharing this Sunny. My biggest takeaways: people don't care about your editing technique, they just care about the information/knowledge you're sharing & more work doesn't mean more profit.

  80. A Touchy Subject says:

    Best video I have watched on this channel, 100% value and I really relate to your learnings. Thank you and keep the editing like this!!

  81. NatashaGisela says:

    Are you doing black friday deals???

  82. SARAH X FAITH says:

    Hey Sunny, just wanted to tell you something AMAZING! I've been afraid for YEARS to start a YouTube Channel but last Friday I DID!! Thank you for the inspiration!! I started uploading 2 days a week and my focus is on my 3 favorite topics… Health, Wealth, and Love 🙂 So thank you so much for inspiring me and encouraging me <3 I appreciate you!!

  83. Jessica Hartman says:

    This couldn’t have come at a better time for me! I love the minimal business idea with a less is more sprinkled on top. This video confirmed my gut feeling and I’m so ready to get started! Thank you!!

  84. 10X Investing - Derrick Horvath says:

    Loved this Sunny. I’m def caught up on editing and making sure my videos are snappy and quick. I’ll try a one take edit on the next video to see how that works.

  85. Maya Marcotte says:

    Sunny, my perfectionistic OCD-like editing brain totally needed to hear this. Thank you 💙😇

  86. AwkwardlyDbeauty says:

    👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 thank you for sharing Sunny ☀️

  87. Kirilee Cosplay says:

    For me- a good paced video with good information is all I care about. And having a good, non toxic energy.

  88. Tracey Rose says:

    What do you focus on if you are a 1-person team (ie. just you) …

    I’m kind of starting from scratch(ish) again after not working for about a year due to family/health issues

  89. Photography by Dash says:

    This video and message hit home! 👐🏽

  90. Ironclad Confidence says:

    This video was freaking spot on Sunshine, I love the simplicity of your videos and the content is always very helpful… that was a great concept of the 1-offer and the 6 pillars, always enjoy watching your vids, they make sense and seem pretty simple, thanks for sharing that awesomeness, peace!!🔥🔥🔥✌

  91. Kat Elizabeth - Personal Branding Coach says:

    This was such perfect timing, thank you Sunny! Your attitude and business model has been such an inspiration to me, particularly over these past few months and has been a big factor in why I've been able to pivot my business and start growing in a meaningful way after a year of painful and slow growth. I'm seeing how by focusing on the RIGHT things and getting over my perfectionism, I'm able to sign clients and sell my courses with ease where I used to be stuck fiddling around with my website and spending way too long on my graphics to realise people even wanted to work with me! SO excited for 2020 and am on my way to be able to afford the Accelerator program in the new year!

  92. Sound Survival Tactics says:

    #shouldon 😆 I hear that so much from my friends and family, "you should do this…" Love them to death but they just don't know. Thank you as always for the helpful info, and no, don't give a sh*t about the editing. 👍

  93. Taste of Life says:

    Hi, new subscriber here, subcribe back to stay connected

  94. Dan Holloway says:

    I very much resonate with simplification… It's exactly what I have been practicing for many years! Also, there is a difference between complex and complicated. Complex you can automate. Complicated you can't. And the more you add into your business, the more complicated you make it. Ultimately, its self-defeating every single time! P.S. Nice choice on the background music. It wasn't until the last 2 mins of the video that I realised my foot had been tapping to the beat the whole way 🤣

  95. Cheby Mel says:

    Sunny would only direct legit traders using good software signals like Helena Trade, to beginners

  96. AyishaMagen says:

    Yes I have been saying YES for everything but that doesn't do anything with my growth. Now I'm about to do the damn thing✌ Thanks Sunny

  97. TallyjHarry says:

    You have the most amazing content! As I am starting my business this is amazingly helpful and valuable. Thank you Sunny 💕

  98. The Bitten Scorpion says:

    love your videos. really knowledgeable. great work.

  99. School of Manifesting Love says:

    Yes, would you want to do it tomorrow? I LOVE that idea – I'm going to start using that immediately. So helpful!

  100. Bv Himanshu says:

    Hey guys , i just uploaded my 2nd #Youtubz video 😍 any new persons here 🙂 not trying to be spam 😅

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