Posts in The Desire Map
The Desire Map Praise: Terri Rose

The Desire Map has been an empowering resource for my personal transformation and growth. As I pursue my dream to be of service as an Empowerment Love Coach, leading others devoted to empowering them to self-love, this work can be incorporated into that sacred personal journey...

Terri Rose

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The Desire Map Praise: Stephanie Watanabe

Danielle, Oh Danielle. The Desire Map had me blurting out “Hell yeah!” as I worked my way through page after glorious page. How did you know, that my soul needed this work of genius, at precisely this moment in time?

I’ve got a new wind (beneath my damn fine wings). To turn goal setting on its’ head. To use my effusive emotions for good. For living on my creative edge. For dreaming BIG. For feeling good. For love.

Stephanie Watanabe, TheGirlWhoKnows.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Heidi Rose Robbins

When I opened Desire, I felt my whole being soften. When I read the first pages, I took my first deep, luxurious breath in days. Danielle has done it again. She first ignited our drive, passion and commitment with The Fire Starter Sessions, and now with Desire, whispers to our quiet yearning and beckons us to follow the river of feeling to our most sacred, potent ground.

Heidi Rose Robbins, HeidiRose.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Navjit Kandola

The Desire Map. It’s a motherload of motivation, inspiration and transformative triggers to help you start living the life of your dreams as an entrepreneur, a lover, a hero. Under its gorgeous cover, it’s packed with videos, fantastic music tracks, contemplations, workbooks and Danielle’s famed street-smart wisdom.

Navjit Kandola, TenderLogic.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Linda Edgerton

One of the most joyful aspects of working through The Desire Map was learning how the choices I’ve made have usually been in close alignment to my values and how I wanted to feel at the time. Naming my core desired feelings was comforting and life-affirming…

Linda Edgerton, lollypopbeach.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Jackie Dumaine

The words of the women in The Desire Map video trailer mimic the words I hear when I get inquiries for coaching. We are tired of feeling bored, frustrated, afraid, unsure and not worthy. It’s time to change this. NOW.

The Desire Map is a blueprint for uncovering our deepest desires. It is ART. I’m seriously blown away.

Jackie Dumaine, JackieDumaine.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Tara Bliss

On Danielle’s desire recordings: When I read her words- or, preferably, her voice in my earphones- her language hits me right in the heart. Boom. Boom. Boom. And it’s almost as if I start nodding my head to the same drum. There is so much yes in the way she expresses her essence, and I mean it when I say I really do see and feel my greatness reflected back at me through her teachings.

Tara Bliss, SuchDifferentSkies.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Lianne Raymond

In a world filled with books, blogs, and magazine articles wanting to give us directions with how-to this and seven steps to that, Danielle gives us a map. A map is a full, whole lay of the land. It highlights the landscape. You can see the many ways to navigate, you can always find your bearings, you can choose a different path to the same destination. You can walk across the countryside and aren't limited to the roads. And desire, in case you didn't know, means "from the stars"- also a great navigation tool for humans throughout history.

With the stars and a map as your companions,will help you find your way home to yourself, to re-ignite the desire spark you were born with and hear the cry of your soul.

Lianne Raymond, LianneRaymond.com

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The Desire Map Praise: Selena Soo

As I started reading the preview copy (of The Desire Map), tears began to well up in my eyes. Danielle said:

"Knowing how you actually want to feel is the most potent form of clarity that you can have. Generating those feelings is the most powerfully creative thing you can do with your life."

Those words moved me, because I finally understood why I'd been feeling so confused. While I'd achieved the goals I'd set for the first six months of my business, I didn't feel completely fulfilled by that success.

What if I were to use my feelings as the barometer for my success? Unfortunately, the way I'd been feeling the past few weeks definitely did not match up with what I really wanted.

I'd been bogged down in the day-to-day tasks of running a business. Like the typical busy entrepreneur, I had a never-ending to-do list. In the process, I'd been neglecting the projects I was yearning to create -- ones that would energize me, challenge me, and contribute to my growth.

Now that I'm clear about where I want to go, I'm feeling both relieved and excited. I'm excited to start using my core desires as my compass to set my goals and decide what I say yes to -- in both my personal and professional life.

Selena Soo, Founder, S2 Groupe | marketing and business strategist

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