How to Get Yours in 2017, According to Danielle LaPorte

As 2017 unfolds (we know, we can't believe it, either!) we begin to reflect on our happiness, goals and desires. "Did I achieve what I wanted this year? What is my 'purpose' anyway? Where is my career going?"

Inspiration guru and author Danielle LaPorte gives us some great advise on how to launch a new business idea. (Image: Danielle LaPorte (TK))

So much to think about.

Luckily, we met with Danielle LaPorte, author, speaker and one of Oprah's Super Soul 100, at the AWE event at Wanderlust, Hollywood, in October. Throughout our interview with her, we learned how to identify and reach happiness and success, and we heard about "getting yours" — which, she says, can all coexist.

Watch and hear Danielle tell it like it is on why you deserve, and can get, everything you want. Here's to an amazing 2017!

What does success feel like for you? "The Desire Map" author Danielle LaPorte is dropping some wisdom -- before she speaks at this weekend's Wanderlust AWE event -- on how gaining some personal clarity can help you reach your goals. Join senior editor Michelle Bergmann Vartan and leave your questions about life, love, work and happiness for Danielle below!

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Wednesday, November 2, 2016

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