These days, it is hard to choose a path for your future. There are so many things to do and so many choices that it is a bit difficult to figure out what one wants from life. Most people only want a good job, but truly knowing what to do is a different feeling altogether.
Like others, Madison Dalmaso went to college because that was what was expected of her, but she quickly realized that she would have to branch out on her own if she wanted to achieve something in life. So, she became a success coach.
“My parents are entrepreneurs, and so I’ve always been expected to focus on expanding my network. My father always tells me that my network is my business worth, and I live by that code,” says Dalmaso.
When she finished her studies, she was able to think about her own development, and she began to understand her future well. She started her creative development and decided that it was exactly what she wanted to do. She would teach others about the power of her mind and having the right mindset.
Now, Madison Dalmaso will be able to share this message with an entirely new audience. This June, she will begin shooting for the streaming show “The Social Movement.” Each episode of this series has entrepreneurs taking on a notable social and cultural issue over the course of 4 days.
With her experience and expertise in helping others find success, Dalmaso was an ideal participant. Furthermore, her own personal growth adds an additional angle to her part in this project.
“My own experiences in the field shaped my focus. I was told that education was necessary to get an office job. I am quite sure that others have been told the same thing. So, my job was to change this mindset,” says Dalmaso.
She focuses on teaching driven and willing college students or dropouts to start dreaming big and monetizing their dreams. “It’s all about clarity. Once you release your burdens and focus inward into what you want, the way forward becomes clear,” she adds.
“Our only enemies are the choices we make based on what we are told, instead of choosing them ourselves,” says Dalmaso.