What’s Your Theme Song? The Contest Begins Now!

I was absolutely overwhelmed by the response I got to my recent post about the “Truth About You, Inc”.  Many of you shared with me that you’re beginning on your journey and could use a little guidance on how best to find your brand.  Ask and ye shall receive! :)

Today I’m going to help you by issuing a fun little challenge.

But before I go into the details, I wanted to share with you how I got the idea for this little friendly competition.  Last week I was driving home and a song that I always knew that I loved came on the radio.  It’s called “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus.

I’m not one for teeny-bopper tunes (ok, I’m totally fibbing right now…I can’t get enough of the stuff!) ; )

So anyways, I’m singing along (very terribly, by the way!) and for some reason I started actually paying attention to the words that I was singing:

The struggles I’m facing
The chances I’m taking
Sometimes might knock me down but
No, I’m not breaking

I may not know it
But these are the moments
That I’m gonna remember most, yea
Just gotta keep going

And I, I’ve gotta be strong
Just keep pushing on….
‘Cause there’s always gonna be another mountain
I’m always gonna wanna make it move
Always gonna be an uphill battle
Sometimes I’m gonna have to lose

Ain’t about how fast I get there
Ain’t about what’s waiting on the other side
It’s the climb

Keep on moving
Keep climbing
Keep the faith, baby
I’m strong enough…strong enough to climb

Keep the faith…
Keep your faith…yea.

I got chills.

There it was- a song that perfectly described my life.

When I got home, I played the song again and memories of my life flashed by like a movie.  I couldn’t believe that some 16 year-old was the one who summed up my outlook on life.

You know, I have absolutely no idea where I got this outlook.  It wasn’t from wise advice I got from my family.  I never read about it in a book. Heck, I didn’t even know who Tony Robbins was until I was 26 when I met my husband Rich! :) But for as long as I can remember, I’ve always loved tackling challenges.

There was always one thing that I never could figure out.  And that was why I never really cared about the praise I received after achieving the goals I had set for myself.  Not only did I not care about it, the praise actually made me feel very uneasy.

The one thing I knew was that I always enjoyed trying new things, pushing myself to new limits, and helping others at any chance I got.  Although I was always like this, my friend and family were always surprised to find that once I achieved one goal, I almost immediately had another one that I had begun working on.

It never really made sense to me.  I kept setting these bigger and bigger goals for myself, but then couldn’t care less once I achieved them.  In fact, I was always most satisfied in the midst of the challenge.

When I finally paid attention to the words of that song, I realized that when it comes down to it…I just love the climb.

So what were some of the mountains over the course of my life that came to mind that afternoon? Surprisingly, there were a ton of them, but here are just a few:

The first one I can remember was during the summer before my senior year in high school.  My dad knew that I loved politics, so he helped me get a job as a “yard sign volunteer” for a US Representative’s race.  When I started, I loved it, but I wanted to be more involved.  I saw the campaign was short staffed and I wanted to help, but I was only 17 and couldn’t even vote… so what could I do?

At first I volunteered to do research for the candidate’s speeches.  After being told that I did a good job, I asked if I could take a stab at writing a press release.  The campaign manager thought it was “cute” that I would offer to do something like that, but he gave me a shot.  I studied up on how to write a press release, did all of the research, and then proceeded to write the best damn press release I could.  The following week, I became the Press Secretary of a US Congressional race at the age of 17.

The next mountain came shortly thereafter.  There was a very prestigious scholarship at Southern Methodist University that was awarded to 20 out of about 700 applicants- the Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt Leadership Scholarship. It was a full 4-year scholarship (including a year abroad) that was awarded based on scholarship, leadership, and community service.

Now my grades weren’t the best.  In fact, when I did the research about the scholarship’s past recipients, I discovered that most of the people had been at the very top of their graduating class.  I wasn’t anywhere near that.  But, I wanted that scholarship.  The challenge was, how in the world could I differentiate myself from 199 over-achievers with just an essay?

Then I thought of my random talent…

Rhyming.  (like Dr. Seuss-style rhymes)

I decided that I would write a Dr. Seuss style book called “Meet the Nat in the Hat.”  Throughout the book, I included pictures of myself and rhymed my way through the accomplishments in my life that I felt made me “Hunt-worthy.”  (Guess I was always destined to be in marketing….) ; )

To my amazement- I GOT that scholarship! My parents were SO freaking excited.  I was pretty excited to because that meant I got to study abroad in Paris.  But honestly, the biggest satisfaction came from creating that book.

Another mountain that I thought about was when a college friend and I decided that we wanted to collect and distribute 10,000 stuffed animals for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.  I’ve already written about that story HERE because it is honestly what I feel is my biggest accomplishment to-date.  But to sum it up- my friend and I created an international stuffed animal drive in just a few months which collected and distributed 10,000 stuffed animals to the kids down on the Gulf Coast and the kids who were relocated around the country… while working full-time at our day jobs.

The most recent mountain was when my husband Rich and I decided three years ago that we wanted to move out West from our home in Memphis, Tennessee. It was a pretty major decision, to pick up and move away from our cushy lives and high salaries in Memphis during the worst economic time that we’d ever witnessed.

I mean, we had all of our friends and family in Memphis, our house, job security everything!  That wasn’t enough.  We had fallen in love with Boise, Idaho and we wanted to make our dreams come true.

People thought we’d literally lost our minds to even be considering moving close to 2,000 miles away.  They said there was no way I could find a job in this economy, but I did.  And when I did, we packed up our lives, sold our house and moved to our dream location. Not only that, once we moved to Boise, Rich was able to finally achieve his dream of becoming a full-time internet marketer.  We did that almost a year ago and couldn’t be happier.

By now you’ve probably guessed that moving to my dream location isn’t the end of the story, right?  So, what’s the next mountain?  Well, this is the next mountain.

You see, my first online “life” was cut short after my first network marketing company told me I had 48-hours to remove every bit of information I had put out on the Internet for the past 2 years about the company.  In an instant- all of my hard work was erased.  I was devastated and decided that network marketing just wasn’t for me.  (That’s a clever way of saying that I was totally lame and quit).

I watched my husband, Rich, having tons of fun marketing online and making sales.  I decided that I wanted to have that kind of fun again.  So, I decided to pick myself up, dust off the bad experience, and try again.  This time I wouldn’t make the same mistake again: I wouldn’t tie my brand to any particular company.

But even more importantly, my new mission was clear: to help others avoid the same mistake that I made by helping them discover their personal brand, cultivate it and then share it with the world.

So, that’s my story.  What’s yours?

Here’s the challenge:  I would love for you to write a blog post or shoot a video (or you can just write your response in the comment section below) and tell me (and the world):

What’s Your Theme Song?

Why did you select your song?

Is there anything you’ve discovered through that song that might be a skill that you could share with others?

Your post/video doesn’t have to be long.  Just post a link to your response in the comment section below.  I’ll feature the top 3 entries on my blog at www.NatashaNassar.com.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a competition without some prizes, right?  So, I’m going to select the top 3 submissions and here’s what I’m giving away:

1st place: 1 hour personal coaching session AND the choice of a custom blog header design OR an another 1 hour coaching session. (Value: $350)

2nd place: 1 hour personal coaching session (Value: $175)

3rd place: 30 minute personal coaching session.  ($87.50)

The contest ends on Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at 5:00 PM EST. Winners will be announced on Thursday, August 12, 2010.

Can’t wait to see what song you pick!

To Your Success,

28 Responses to “What’s Your Theme Song? The Contest Begins Now!”

  1. @AlinaHere Says:

    I Love your post Natasha & I know the song that makes me feel just like this one did for you. I can only Tralalalala it for now, but I know part of the chorus. ;) I sing it all the time. LoL… My challenge includes research then I’ll be back to share. It’s just wonderful when everything falls into place. I Am Sooo Happy for You!! You’ve gotten past the “Aha” moments to actually being where you are supposed to be & comfortable with it!! To Your coninued Success!!!!! xo

  2. Faith Barnard Says:

    Hello Natasha,

    Loved this post and learning about your personal journey. Yes, there have been lots of climbs in my life. I will give this some thought today and get back to you with a link to a video. I too love the climb and yes accomplishing a goal can be satisfying but it doesn’t last long. It is the pursuit of happiness which even our fore fathers wrote into the declaration of independence.

    Great stuff and I look forward to future posts.

  3. Alison Elliot Says:

    Fantastic topic Nat. Did you know that it’s a proven fact that people learn faster when the teaching is put to music. That’s actually the way I passed many a French Test when I was in grade school. I remember using the tune from my favorite songs to memorize my homework:) As for my “Theme Song” I’ve just recently taken on a new one. I happened to be watching an old Monty Python movie and got really hooked on “Always look on the bright side of life”. It plays in my head so much that I actually added it as a tag line to all my emails:) It’s amazing too how it just seems to pop up (as a song in my head) just when I need it. Thanks for this topic, it’s a goodie!!

  4. Kim Says:

    Natasha, WOW. This was a challenge! To narrow down to one song as a theme song for ME. I think I finally did it. BUT, now I have all these lyrics and tunes rattling around in my head along with the radio on the desk. Thank you for the topic that really set some things in motion in my noggin!
    Well, time to scoot and go tilt the world in my favor! “Eight Days a Week”
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  5. Christina Leo Says:

    Hi Natasha,

    This one is a tough one to choose as I enjoy listening to a variety of music and in different languages.

    However, a song does stand out when I am down and need to step back from life’s challenges. It’s a song that puts things in perspective for me that no matter how hard life seems at times, there are always people less fortunate than I am. It makes me appreciate my life.

    And that song is “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong and here it goes:

    I see trees of green, red roses too
    I see them bloom for me and you
    And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

    I see skies of blue and clouds of white
    The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night
    And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

    The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky
    Are also on the faces of people going by
    I see friends shaking hands saying how do you do
    They’re really saying I love you.

    I hear babies crying, I watch them grow
    They’ll learn much more than I’ll never know
    And I think to myself what a wonderful world
    Yes I think to myself what a wonderful world.

    Christina Leo recently posted..“97” of Network Marketers “Fail”

  6. Kevin Bullard Says:

    Hi, Natasha — thanks for your posts for newbies.

    Theme Song: “I’m Still Standing” (Elton John) — particularly the chorus (below)

    Why: It’s a song about perseverance, grit, determination, and survival.

    4 Discoveries:

    (1) Talk to Your Opposition.
    While not being a jerk about it, there’s a certain bit of importance tied to staring your opposition in the eyes (animate or inanimate), and declaring that you’re still on the scene and making progress.

    (2) Talk Out Loud.
    It’s good to declare your survival OUT LOUD. Our faith or belief comes by what we here. We must train our brains to believe what we expect to be our expected end — not our current, temporary existence.

    (3) Treat Failures as an Opportunity.
    After surviving a loss or failure, life is not over. In the words of Henry Ford, “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.”

    (4) Unleash Your Inner Kid.
    As an adult, approach life with the imagination, pluck, and limitless framework of a kid. Kids dream up crazy ideas all the time, then try to find a way to make them happen. This quality should be stirred up vs. sequestered as an adult.

    - – - – -

    I’m Still Standing

    Don’t you know I’m still standing better than I ever did
    Looking like a true survivor, feeling like a little kid
    I’m still standing after all this time
    Picking up the pieces of my life without you on my mind

    I’m still standing yeah yeah yeah
    I’m still standing yeah yeah yeah

    © 1983 Big Pig Music Limited

  7. Cetelia Says:

    Theme Song: Created by Kellie Commander

    Why: It reminds me that I was created to do good with the gifts and talents given to me.

    Share with others: We all have potential inside of us that we can use to do good and make this world a better place.

  8. Rusty McMillen Says:

    Hi Natasha, great idea! Being a “Newbie” and starting this new endeavor after 30+ years in Sales and Sales Management in the B2B world, one quickly realizes how much there is to learn and how quickly we get information overload and at my age I haven’t figured out if it is the old brain doesn’t process fast enough or if the ADD takes over and tries to process too much. But that being said your contest reminded me of a song I used to listen to (way too much as others have said) and I have feel it is a Great theme song to get me going in fast forward and renewed vigor, it’s 18 Till I Die by Bryan Adams….

    I wanna be young the rest of my life
    never say no – try anything twice
    til the angels come and ask me to fly
    I’m gonna be 18 til I die – 18 til I die

    can’t live forever that’s wishful thinkin’
    who ever said that must of bin’ drinkin’
    don’t wanna grow up I don’t see why
    I couldn’t care less if time flies by

    18 til I die – gonna be 18 til I die
    it sure feels good to be alive
    someday I’ll be 18 goin’ on 55! – 18 til I die

    anyway – I just wanna say
    why bother with what happened yesterday
    it’s not my style I live for the minute
    if ya wanna stay young get both feet in it – 18 til I die

    a ‘lil bit of this – a ‘lil bit of that
    ‘lil bit of everything – gotta get on track
    it’s not how ya look, it’s what ya feel inside
    I don’t care when – I don’t need ta know why

    18 til I die – gonna be 18 til I die
    ya it sure feels good to be alive
    someday I’ll be 18 goin’ on 55! – 18 til I die
    ya there’s one thing for sure – I’m sure gonna try

    don’t worry ’bout the future – forget about the past
    gonna have a ball – ya we’re gonna have a blast
    gonna make it last – 18 til I die

  9. Stacia Hopkins Says:

    Hi Natasha!

    I loved your idea so much that I decided to write a blog post about it myself. Thank you for sharing your heart.

    To my surprise, it didn’t take me long at all to decide which song was mine. It is on my “Favorites” playlist on my Zen and I listen to it quite often. =)

    It’s called When The Sand Runs Out by Rascal Flatts.

    (You can imagine me singing my lungs out while driving down the road with the volume one or two notches too loud =)…
    I’ll go on too long here because I really poured my heart out in this…so you are welcome to read it here: http://thinkandgrowyourmlm.com/power-thoughts/what-is-your-theme-song/

    Have a fabulous day my friend!
    Stacia Hopkins recently posted..What Is Your Theme Song

  10. Greg Mack Says:

    My theme songs change during my quest through life
    All of them hit the spot just in time in life.

    Like when I start to think of my lack of a wife
    “I just haven’t met you yet” shines a bright light.

    I love how rounding every corner leads to better days
    And knowing if I keep going will help others in many ways.

    “I want to be a billionaire” sings to me from my heart
    Like the artist of this song, my contributions will start.

    There is so much greatness to be found when you see
    Life is a “wonderful world” to live in if you “let it be”.

    Natasha, there is “nothing but blue skys” heading my way
    I wake in the morning and with love I start each day.

    Have peace love and charity, that’s the way to live successfully,
    How do I know? “The bible tells me so”

    Thanks for the chance to comment Natasha,
    Enjoy life, It’s not permament!

  11. Kim Steadman Says:

    Natasha Nassar, you are what my granny would have called a “firecracker”.

    You wrote a recent article called What’s Your Theme Song.

    I’ve thought about the subject before, but never enough to really journal or write about it. This challenge (and contest) encouraged me to really think about it just a little bit more.

    A song to describe me.

    Well, you see, music and songs are something I enjoy LOVE. I learned to play the piano at age 11. I’ve always had interests in music. I judge a movie by it’s musical score. When my daddy would go and preach in Rescue Missions in downtown Dallas, my mom would play the piano and I would sing a gospel song. (Rules at the Rescue Missions – you had to go to the church service before you got the free meal and the shower). I always have a radio on playing music. I’m usually always whistling a tune (a habit inherited from my great-grandmother who used to whistle and tap her foot while rocking in her rocker while up in the hills of Arkansas watching all the grand-kids play). My husband and I usually have one conversation a day about something related to music (what’s the words to?, what is that song?, hey did you hear that song?) We raised a son who has an uncanny ability to pick up a musical instrument and somehow learn how to play it (with no formal instruction).

    So, to be challenged to think about ONE song and apply it as a theme song to my life – WOW. That’s HARD.

    BUT, I think my life has had different theme songs during different stages of my life.

    My early years would have to be characterized by the theme song from Sesame Street (at least the OLD Sesame Street – I haven’t watched the show in years!). Remember the tune? I had a carefree childhood. Everything was perfect. It was full of love, laughter, friends, family – sweet memories!

    Sunny Day
    Sweepin’ the clouds away
    On my way to where the air is sweet

    Can you tell me how to get,
    How to get to Sesame Street

    Come and play
    Everything’s A-OK
    Friendly neighbors there
    That’s where we meet

    Can you tell me how to get
    How to get to Sesame Street

    It’s a magic carpet ride
    Every door will open wide
    To happy people like you–
    Happy people like
    What a beautiful

    Sunny Day
    Sweepin’ the clouds away
    On my way to where the air is sweet

    Can you tell me how to get,
    How to get to Sesame Street..

    And then I fell in love with the love of my life. Our whirlwind romance (6 months from first day met to wedding bells!) he wasn’t my “best friend”- YET. But I knew he was the LOVE of my LIFE! (tune “Love and Marriage by Frank Sinatra“) We were blessed with one child who NOW is an Aggie (que music to Hullabaloo, Caneck! Caneck)

    I would have to say now that my life as of now reflects the song “Eight Days a Week” by the Beatles. I’m not much of a Beatles fan (please don’t throw stones!) but this is a song that I find myself whistling frequently!

    I love my husband with all my heart – “Eight Days a Week”. I have a new found energy that enables me to live, love and work to the equivalent of “Eight Days a Week”. I have enough plans and thoughts that I WANT “Eight Days a Week”!

    But, perhaps the most fitting of the lyrics are the words:

    “Hold me, love me, hold me, love me

    Aint’ got nothin’ but love babe.

    Eight days a week!”
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  12. Tracey Rissik Says:

    Hi Natasha,

    I love your idea behind this post – it’s amazing how certain songs can “ping” me back into certain emotions, and I think if I have to choose only one, it’s “Suddenly I See” by KT Tunstall.
    What *I* get from it is that I’m a strong, powerful person who can help others, which is definitely NOT how I used to think about myself – and I also just love the music :)

    Enjoy the video below :)

    Here’s a YouTube video of it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQNj3thCdco

    Here are the lyrics:
    “Suddenly I See”

    Her face is a map of the world
    Is a map of the world
    You can see she’s a beautiful girl
    She’s a beautiful girl
    And everything around her is a silver pool of light
    The people who surround her feel the benefit of it
    It makes you calm
    She holds you captivated in her palm

    Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)
    This is what I wanna be
    Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)
    Why the hell it means so much to me

    I feel like walking the world
    Like walking the world
    You can hear she’s a beautiful girl
    She’s a beautiful girl
    She fills up every corner like she’s born in black and white
    Makes you feel warmer when you’re trying to remember
    What you heard
    She likes to leave you hanging on her word

    Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)
    This is what I wanna be
    Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)
    Why the hell it means so much to me

    And she’s taller than most
    And she’s looking at me
    I can see her eyes looking from a page in a magazine
    Oh she makes me feel like I could be a tower
    A big strong tower
    She got the power to be
    The power to give
    The power to see

    Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)
    This is what I wanna be
    Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)
    Why the hell it means so much to me
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  13. Teach Jim Says:

    My current theme song (this week) comes from a CCMIXTER.org track I used in a recent video.

    It really brings to light the internal struggle we all deal with in our effort to grow beyond the reach of our shadow!

    I hope you enjoy the simple song and message of Goodbye Shadow (the song) by snowflake. BTW it is free for you to use in video/podcasts etc. (Take a listen to this stream http://ccmixter.org/api/query/stream.m3u?f=m3u&ids=27039 or visit the site at http://ccmixter.org/files/snowflake/27039)

    Goodbye Shadow

    Wrestling with despair
    Fighting him on my knees
    Wandering in mental cages
    Haven’t really slept in weeks

    I’ve been ignorant
    To all this fear
    Harboring deep in me
    Anchoring me to my shadow
    Sailing on a stormy sea

    Is this a test
    I am failing
    Falling fast
    Could use a safety railing
    Falling fast, falling fast

    Goodbye shadow
    Stay behind me
    Goodbye you’re not me
    I’ve just this chance to be
    Or not to be

    Be, be, be, be

    Goodbye shadow, goodbye please go
    Goodbye shadow, goodbye please go
    Goodbye shadow, goodbye please go

    No turning back
    Pushing through this black
    Of my shadow (now please go)

    Goodbye shadow
    Stay behind me
    Goodbye you’re not me
    I’ve just this chance to be
    Just this chance to be
    Just this chance to be
    Or not to be

    (Goodbye shadow) To be or not
    (Goodbye shadow) To be or not
    (Goodbye shadow) To be or not
    To be
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  14. Elizabeth Pratt Says:

    My song would be….

    Tim Mcgraw- The next 30 Years.

    I think I’ll take a moment, celebrate my age
    The ending of an era and the turning of a page
    Now it’s time to focus in on where I go from here
    Lord have mercy on my next thirty years

    Hey my next thirty years I’m gonna have some fun
    Try to forget about all the crazy things I’ve done
    Maybe now I’ve conquered all my adolescent fears
    And I’ll do it better in my next thirty years

    My next thirty years I’m gonna settle all the scores
    Cry a little less, laugh a little more
    Find a world of happiness without the hate and fear
    Figure out just what I’m doing here
    In my next thirty years

    Oh my next thirty years, I’m gonna watch my weight
    Eat a few more salads and not stay up so late
    Drink a little lemonade and not so many beers
    Maybe I’ll remember my next thirty years

    My next thirty years will be the best years of my life
    Raise a little family and hang out with my wife
    Spend precious moments with the ones that I hold dear
    Make up for lost time here ,In my next thirty years

    I dont think I need to explain it… the words of the song say it all.

  15. Jodi Says:

    This was not very hard for me b/c as Natasha knows, I love music and I love karaoke. I have many theme songs depending on my mood, but I think this is one that is a good general description. If you haven’t heard this download it and GET UP AND DANCE!

    What A Feeling by Irene Cara ( I think it is from the movie Flash Dance)

    First when there’s nothing
    but a slow glowing dream
    that your fear seems to hide
    deep inside your mind.
    All alone I have cried
    silent tears full of pride
    in a world made of steel,
    made of stone.

    Well, I hear the music,
    close my eyes, feel the rhythm,
    wrap around, take a hold
    of my heart.

    What a feeling.
    Bein’s believin’.
    I can have it all, now I’m dancing for my life.

    Take your passion
    and make it happen.
    Pictures come alive, you can dance right through your life.

  16. jim yaghi Says:

    first off, can i just say miley cyrus is actually pretty cool and that song is about the best one she sang.

    my theme song was “9pm (till i come)” by ATB and i sent you privately why that is. now i want to winnn hmmmm lemme see which prize i like best…. ‘

    ohhh you don’t have my choice on there :(

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  17. Natasha Nassar Says:

    A BIG thanks to everyone who participated! I’ve got a panel of industry greats in the process of judging all of your entries! Winners will be announced on Monday. Good Luck!

    Jim- Sorry that the Super Deluxe Legal Eagle Trademark package wasn’t up for grabs…. ;) And besides you know you are SO not eligible for this contest! Although I have to say that your answer was pretty darn awesome.

    - Natasha
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