Creating iinspire with Yahli Rashi

After going through a rough time in her early twenties, Yahli’s good friend gave her some cassette tapes by an unknown person.

“This thing is transformational! You gotta come over and listen to this with me,” they said.

Yahli came over and they stayed up all night listening to these cassette tapes.

That was her first experience with a personal development program.

Since, Yahli took a dive into the personal development world, reading all the books, going to a number of seminars, and working with a coach.

Through it all, she found morning rituals to be one of the most empowering strategies to incorporate in daily life.

However, after going to so many events…she knew something was missing.

People wanted accountability.

People wanted community.

People wanted to share their voices.

And people wanted to grow and expand together…outside the seminar room.

This birthed the inception of iinspire, an active community with thousands of members that hop on inspirational morning phone calls with a special speaker every day of the week to kickstart the day with power.

Since, she’s brought on guests like Michael Beckwith, Hal Elrod, and Jareik Robbins,

In this episode, you’ll learn…

  • How Yahli’s worst day became the launching pad for her best days.
  • How Yahli organically grew a large community of personal development fans.
  • How adding gratitude into a morning ritual radically changed Yahli’s life.
  • The words of wisdom that helped Yahli through rock bottom

Tune in below!

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