Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Do It Now For Later

That's good advice no matter how you slice it. Wouldn't you agree?
Maybe it's a bit confusing and you're not exactly sure what is meant by this statement and maybe you don't even agree with the philosophy behind it.
Most people don't understand it or get it and, even if they do, they don't agree with it and what it means for their lives.
Many - if not most - people live in the NOW.
They have no focus, care or concern for the future and what their future could involve. Oh, you may hear them SAY that they are concerned for their future and that they are trying to plan for their future but what you hear are just words.
As a matter of fact, when most people say that they are "concerned" for their future it usually means they have no idea what they are going to do because they have nothing in place to take care of their future.
A few years ago I heard a father on a television "reality" show give a pretty good answer to his son who was wanting to watch television and play video games before he got his homework done. The father's answer went something like this: "Son, you do what you HAVE to do so that you can then do what you WANT to do."
Same idea as you see in the graphic above.
Work hard NOW so that you can take it easy later.
Do what it takes NOW so that you can have the life you desire later.
Build relationships with your family and your kids NOW so that they will be by your side later. (And, by the way this is not a contradiction of the sentence two paragraphs up. This does not have to be an "either/or" proposition).
If necessary, scrimp NOW - live frugally now - so that you can live like most others won't and can't later.
Sure, enjoy your life today. It IS all that we have. But, honestly, only a fool would live their life without focus and a plan for their future.
Want it made very simple? Ask any athlete - yes, even Jr. High and High School  - about how they feel about the "two-a-day" football practices that start in the summer before school even begins.
They may not like it but they get it.
And so should you, friend.
So, as you live today with a view of tomorrow in sight, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Inspire Others

We talked about leaders vs. followers in the last blog entry and, today, we continue with some more thoughts on leaders.
John Quincy Adams sums it up pretty well, wouldn't you agree?
Just because people "follow" you doesn't make you a leader! Yes, it's true in our current world of social media but it also applies in actual, physical situations.
You may be a boss that has many people follow your instructions but, friend, that does NOT make you a leader. It makes you a boss.
Can you be a boss AND a leader at the same time? Sure you can...just re-read the graphic above and answer that question for yourself.
I had a "boss" not too long ago that actually told a group of new employees one day that he didn't care about them. It was really quite confusing because in one breath he would talk about how much this company would take care of their employees and then, in the next breath, he said, "I don't care about you. I don't care anything at all about you. I pay - you do!"
Guess what? He didn't get much - if any - respect from his employees. He did NOTHING to inspire and, in big part due to his actions, this company has several billboards that ALWAYS indicate that this company is hiring.
You know why? No one is staying!
Here's the kicker: there ARE some leaders that work there IN SPITE OF this guy at the helm. They actually DO inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more. These leaders are not afraid to encourage those that listen to step away from this job that will bring in "decent" wages and take on bigger and more rewarding challenges.
Again, having followers does NOT make you a leader.
Who are YOU following? Are you being inspired?
And you, Mr. "Leader" (or so you may think) you fit the criteria set at the beginning of this article today by Mr. Adams?
If not, why not make a change and see what is possible in YOUR life and in the lives of those that you can lead?
It's up to you. It's your choice.
Here's to those that actually LEAD and INSPIRE....thank you.
For each of us along the journey, always remember to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Monday, February 24, 2014

Develop Followers or Leaders?

Think about this: why would you want to teach and/or train someone to take your position and/or surpass your position?
In the corporate world, you likely would not.
However, there ARE those who have the desire to not only teach and/or train others to improve their situation but to even go far beyond what they, themselves, have been able to accomplish.
It's kind of a "proud parent" type of thing and it brings a sense of pride and joy to see those that have been taught and trained to do such great and mighty things.
That's one of the great things about the world of home based businesses. Those "leaders" who train new people that come into the company usually not only want the new person to do well but also takes great pride in helping achieve great things even if it means that the now "not so new" person passes them up in earnings and achievements.
Hey, followers are nothing to sneeze at. Followers are needed but, at the same time, we cannot survive with a world full of followers. That alone is impossible, right? You MUST have at least ONE leader.
But think of the good that can be done by creating more and more leaders!
It's exciting to think about the things that can be achieved and accomplished in our world by creating more and more leaders.
If you've followed me for long you already know this but, for those that don't know me very well let me clarify something here - I'm not talking about achieving corporate take overs or building bigger and better buildings, etc.
I AM talking about all of the great things that can be accomplished in helping those that need help all around the world by instilling this attitude of SERVICE among our leaders!
We should not and CAN NOT expect for our government to take care of everyone that has need. However, as individuals, as LEADERS with a mission of SERVICE that work to develop more and more leaders with the same mission we, together, can accomplish GREAT things!
Starting with where you live right now. In your neighborhood, your town, your city, your state.
Start looking. Start dreaming. Start planning.
Decide NOW to become a leader that will develop other leaders to get these things done!
I hope YOU are getting excited as you read this. It's real! It's possible! It's up to YOU and ME to make it happen.
Will you?
Together we can!
And, as you do so, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

When Things Don't Feel Right...

You've heard of the "two percenter" as opposed to the "ninety-eight percenter", right?
If you haven't, to put it simply, the 2% set themselves apart from the other 98% of the population and, as a result, are at the top 2% of income earners.
The 98% are those that are part of the crowd that does the same things as everyone else in that 98% group. They follow the same plans and do the same things. That doesn't necessarily mean that they are unhappy or even unsuccessful (the definition of "success" can mean many different things).
But, it DOES mean this: there are only 2% that are willing to step out from the crowd and take more risks and, as a result, usually reap more rewards.
They don't look at things the same, think the same or do the same things as everyone else. They are not careless. They do their homework or "due diligence" but they also are not afraid to "follow their gut" when making their final decision.
Notice the quote from Albert Einstein above.  Following the crowd will usually take you only as far as the crowd is willing to go. It's that same idea that says that you will fit into the average of those ten people with which you spend most of your time.  You tend to go no further or do any better than the average of that group of people.
Why not step out and take the chance - the risk - so that you have a chance of finding yourself where no one has ever been before?
I've heard Anthony Robbins say something along the line of how important it is for each of us to become more afraid of staying where we are than being afraid of the possible risk and unknown.
Step out of the shadow of fear and walk boldly.
And, as you do so, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Don't Slash Your Own Tires

Read that graphic up there and then read it again.
Did it make any more sense the second time than it did the first time that you read it? In other words, did the idea of slashing your remaining three tires because one was flat make any more sense than it did the first time you read it?
I would hope not!
Isn't it rather amazing how we can easily see the folly in this example but we just can't seem to make the leap to applying that to our journey toward our goals and dreams?
But it's there and you know it's true.
You know that is foolish to give up on your goals due to one setback.
You've seen it before I'm sure but it has often been said that a SETBACK is simply the preparation for a COME BACK. (Or something like that).
Know this: there WILL be setbacks and there won't be just one.
But you DO have the power and the ability to get back up and continue on no matter how many times you face a setback or a roadblock.
Now smile and realize how silly you've been if you've allowed these setbacks to keep you back.
And, finally, always remember that strength comes from resistance!
So, get up and get going and always be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Focus On What Is...

I don't know where it came from but this phrase that you see above just "came to me" the other day. I think it's pretty good and powerful and I wanted to share it with you along with some other thoughts.
By the way, here's what I have found to be true - when you immerse yourself in positive information like you are doing right now, your whole mindset changes and the thoughts that come out of that new mindset may surprise you. So, keep pumping the positive into that mind of yours and see what happens and what comes from your thought process.
What do you focus on?
It's been said again and again that whatever it is that you focus on is what you attract to your life. That is basically known as "The Law of Attraction".
So, where is YOUR focus?
Another way to look at the phrase above is to approach it like this:
     "Focus on what is........(fill in the blank...right? powerful? positive? true?)
      and not on what ISN'T.....(fill in the blank with the same word that you chose in the first part)."
Too often we tend to focus on "lack" or on what isn't. Believe me, I know from experience when things aren't going well in your life it is EASY to only see and focus on what "isn't" in your life. Yet there is so much that "IS" to focus on, even in difficult times.
I know that, for me, it was my three boys that really helped me focus on something positive and what I DID have (what IS) to be grateful and thankful for through it all. Of course, my wife also fit into that category but my boys were so young that they didn't know or care about "what wasn't".
Friend, you have MANY THINGS to focus on that "IS".
Look there. Focus there. Be thankful there. Live there. Thrive there.
Yes, you can.
And, as you do, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Monday, February 17, 2014


"Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be." - Abraham Lincoln
So, are YOU happy?

Look at what "Honest Abe" has to say about that topic. In other words, it's a CHOICE!

You want to be happy? Then get DETERMINED to be happy and get STUBBORN about being that way! Sounds odd, right?

Have you ever seen anyone that, from what you could see, seemed like that had every reason in the world to be on top of the world and yet acted as if they were miserable?

Yeah, me too.

I give an example on the podcast (click the link below) of a group of people that I had the privilege to spend time with a few years back that, from what you might think from what you could see, seemed as if they had every reason in the world to be down in the dumps and miserable. But, guess what?


It's your choice. YOUR choice. Your CHOICE.

So, as Bobby McFerrin sang at one time, "Why worry? Be happy!" :)

Get stubborn about it and enjoy!

And, as you do so, be sure to...

"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"


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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Celebrate the Small Things!

What do YOU celebrate and WHEN do you decide to have that celebration?
My guess is that too many of us wait until we have actually reached our goals and dreams (or we at least PLAN to once that happens!) before we celebrate success.
However, you will find that most - if not all - experts in the area of goals will tell you that you need to celebrate the small achievements along the way.
That's right - celebrate the small things!
If you wait, you can very easily become discouraged because it may seem as if you will NEVER reach that goal. Remember, it likely will take you longer than your first anticipated.
My wife and I actually wrote down our goals and dreams a few months back and also wrote down "celebration points" along the way. In other words, we wrote down smaller achievements that we decided would be cause for celebration.
For example, we wrote down that once we reached a certain amount of income in one day that we would celebrate by going out to eat at a special restaurant (we didn't blow the budget on this). Then, we set another goal along the same lines - once we reached another certain amount of income in one day then we would celebrate with a little larger type of celebration.
Get the point? Maybe not.
Do NOT celebrate to the extent (or the amount of the cost) that you actually set yourself back - this is VERY important!
But, DO set those "celebration points" along the way. Just by doing something with this specific reason behind it will help you realize that you ARE making progress toward your goals and dreams.
Oh, and while I'm at it, let me suggest another celebration point for all of us that we can, and should, celebrate = YOU ARE ALIVE!
That's right. "As long as there's breath, there's hope!". I came up with that years ago and it speaks such positive truth!
You are alive! Celebrate the fact that you - yes, YOU - have the ability to make such powerful and positive moves in your life today due to that fact.
Why not do this: simply make a list of all that is cause for celebration in your life, starting off with the fact that you are alive today?
We have more cause for celebration than we realize.
So, go ahead, make that list and then CELEBRATE!
And, as you do so, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014


                                Tomorrow  It  May  End
I know, I know. Some of you are still thinking after yesterday's blog article that I am on some sort of negativity kick.
Not at all.
As a matter of fact, I am on a major MOTIVATIONAL kick! That's right - if the fact that time is passing by and can never be reclaimed doesn't or won't get you motivated then, friend, NOTHING will!
I talk to people every day that "say" they are serious about the need to make a change in their lives. I have people tell me literally every day that they are ready and willing to do "whatever it takes" in order for those changes to take place in their lives.
But, the truth is this: few ever take action.
And, yes, that is their choice but, one day - one of the days that these people still allow to pass by - will be their last day and then there will be no more chances or opportunities to better the lives of their family.
At least not for THEM to have the opportunity to impact that change.
Most people - at least those that have families - say that they desire to make a change for their family. They say that they want to make a difference in the type of lifestyle that they (their family) are living and also they say that they want to improve the future for their family.
That is an awesome "why" or "reason" for wanting to make a change.
Yet, so many people let days, weeks, months and years continue to pass by without ever really making that change happen for them and/or their families.
The short conversation that I had with a lady today brought all of this to mind. Now, realize that I do understand that she was more or less "brushing me off" but, still, it was quite interesting.
I simply asked this lady - who had been visiting my work from home business website - if she had a pen and paper handy to write a couple of things down. Her response was, "No, I don't right now." I then asked if she could go ahead and get one and she said, "Well, could you give me about an hour?"
Now, again, I know she was just "blowing me off" but it still stuck out to me that she was actually using the excuse that she needed an hour to look for a pen and a piece of paper.
See what I mean?
Real or not, the idea of "call me back in an hour" in order to pass up information that could possibly change her life is so common. Yes, I understand that once you fill out information on line that you receive a lot calls and other contact and it can get burdensome, but that is not the point that I am making in this article.
How many times do you find yourself saying that you need to do something and that you'll "do it in minute" only to find the rest of the day pass by without that particular thing getting done?
"Tomorrow it may end."
TODAY is all that you have. RIGHT NOW.
I've heard others say it but I do remember hearing the late Jim Rohn say it as well: "No matter what you do, five years are going to come and go. YOU decide what happens during that time." (That is a not an exact quote).
So, what are YOU waiting for?
Oh yeah, I still hear that train that we talked about in the last article! You had best "get on", "get out of the way" or "get run over".
Your move.
And as you contemplate that move, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

I Hear A Train Coming...

"I hear a train coming, I’m either on it or in front of it."
These are the words that a lady told me about a week ago after losing her job. She had been talking with me about getting involved in the work from home opportunity - the business - that I am involved in when this took place. She already had some things she wanted and needed to improve in her life and then this happened.
The line above is how she then described her situation and I think it is profound if we will look at it for what it is - a PREDICTION of what is to come.
You've all seen the bumper stickers and t-shirts that say something along the line of "Stuff Happens!", right? Well friend, the truth is, LIFE happens.
Now, as you read this, understand that I really know NOTHING about you. Sure, there are some of you that I've had direct contact with but, for the most part, I know NOTHING about the majority of you and, even those that I've had contact with, I still know very little about what goes on in their lives.
So, I don't know what all you have experienced and I don't know what your current situation is in your life but the fact is that, as long as you are alive, you WILL face difficult situations.
It's not "if", it's "when".
So, yeah, there IS a train coming - do you hear it? I'm not trying to be negative, I'm simply being realistic. We can ignore what's going on around us if we want but it does not stop it from happening.
What we CAN control is our response to the situation!
To quote my friend, you can either GET ON THE TRAIN or - to change it up a little - stay in front of it and get run over.
Yeah, you know it already - it's YOUR choice.
"All aboard!"
And what a ride it can be!
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Monday, February 10, 2014

Life Has No Remote...

Do you remember those days before you had that collection of remotes setting beside your couch or chair? One thing to remember when thinking of the "days before remotes" is the fact that there weren't that many different channels to watch anyway!
Yet, there were those times when, if you wanted to change the channel, you had to get up and physically do it yourself.
Unless, of course, you had kids! :)
That's right. I tell people that my kids were my remotes before I had remotes. "Hey son, change that over to a different channel as you walk by!"
Now there are remotes for just about everything! We have become spoiled by all of these remotes and how easy it has become to change whatever they are connected to.
So, due to that, we may even find ourselves sitting around waiting for something to change as easily as changing the channel or ceiling fan speed.
Well, friend, let's take a step into the light of reality: IT DOESN'T HAPPEN THAT WAY!
I actually saw the saying that you see displayed above on a sign in front of a church building. I recorded myself quoting that saying on my cell phone recorder so I'd remember it. (Hint: do this anytime ANYTHING jumps out at you that you want to remember for later, Don't count on your memory if it really matters!).
The late Jim Rohn used to say something along the lines of, "Life is not a tree. If you don't like where you are, MOVE!"
You've "heard" me say it again and again but, friend, if you want your life to change, YOU have to take action. Others may be able to help you along the way and others may be able to offer encouragement but, bottom line: NO ONE CAN DO IT FOR YOU!
Here's the deal: You ARE capable at making whatever change it is that you want and/or need to make. That's right - you CAN do it no matter how hard it may appear or how large a task.
"As long as their is breath, there is hope!" - Mike Spillman
Are you breathing? Then, guess what? There is hope and opportunity for CHANGE in your life!
Too, remember that a cruise ship cannot make a 180 degree turn as quickly as a bicycle but it still CAN be done!
So...get up off of your butt and change it yourself.
"It ain't going to change itself!"
And, as you make that move, always be sure to...
"Make it  an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Shut Up and Talk


About a year and a half ago I jokingly said that to a group of teenage guys I was working with. As soon as I said it, one of them said, "Wait. What? How can I shut up AND talk?"

I honestly hadn't even thought about what I said - it was just one of those things that came out of my mouth that was meant to be funny and confusing at the same time.  It worked.

But, when the young man asked me how he could do both, it hit me. I had actually said something pretty powerful while joking around.

This goes back to the same idea I shared recently about "walking the walk" and not just "talking the talk".

Sometimes we actually "talk" more clearly when we finally just shut up!

Sometimes our words mean absolutely NOTHING!

Sometimes we just need to STOP TALKING!

And, yes, sometimes we need to SHUT UP AND TALK!

I could go on and on about this but, you know what? I think I'll just "shut up and talk".

"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"


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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Greatest Cost...

"The greatest cost would be a missed opportunity"- Jackie O'Guinn
I'm not sure if Mr. O'Guinn is the one that originally came up with that quote or not, but he is the one I heard say it last night when I was on a call with my company.
If you've been following along for the past few weeks you will remember that I said that it will likely take you longer to reach your goals and dreams than you first thought and it will likely COST YOU MORE than you first thought.
Many give up because of the cost. Cost simply meaning the amount of money that is being put into the pursuit of this goal.
Yes, I agree, you cannot and should not just blindly pour money into something without any return. But, here's one thing to seriously think about - if you think that you are going to "make it" by just pouring money into something then, friend, you are badly mistaken.
If that is what you are doing and expecting then you are likely being taken for a ride. That's the lazy man's way out and it usually DOES cost him big time.
However, many times we also think that pursing this goal and dream shouldn't cost us much of anything! We expect results quicker than is likely realistic and we expect to have to put in far less money than is realistic.
Sometimes we determine "cost" in a way that will cause us to miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime.
I heard it put this way on a call I was listening to today: If you were GUARANTEED to make $200,000 this year and it would cost you $20,000 to get in on this guarantee, what would you do? Would you just give up and walk away because you didn't have the $20,000 available to you at the moment or would you FIND a way or MAKE a way to get that $20,000?
It honestly depends on how you evaluate "cost".
Now, there are few guarantees in life, especially when it comes to money and potential earnings. But, as Mr. O'Guinn said, "The greatest cost would be a missed opportunity".
What does all of this mean for you?
It is simply encouraging you to learn to look at things differently if you are SERIOUS about making needed changes in your life.
It does take time and it is uncomfortable, especially at first, because there is risk involved (remember, guarantees are few and far between).
Here is a guarantee: You will miss 100% of the shots that you don't take.
I don't know friend. I just felt the need to share this information with you today. Maybe it doesn't hit you or connect with you today. But maybe, just maybe, this is exactly what you needed to hear.
Opportunity doesn't always knock and, most of the time, once that opportunity passes by your door it is gone, never to return.
Make the most of your time - make the most of your day - make the most of your life!
And, as you do so, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"
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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Your Actions May Betray You

So, what do you say?
Yeah, maybe a trick question. You see, there are two ways to look at that question:
          1. What do you say with your words?
          2. What do you say with your actions?
Bottom line: it doesn't matter what you say with your words...they are just words. It's what you DO that matters, right?
Of course that's right.
Similar to the graphic at the top of this article is the saying, "You can talk the talk but can you walk the walk?".
You need to be careful because your ACTIONS may betray your words.
Let me give you a real-life example that I experienced last week:
          I was talking to a guy on the phone the other day doing a "pre-screening interview" based on some information he had filled out on line about looking for a work-from-home opportunity. He was currently unemployed and told me that, on a scale of 1 - 10 (10 obviously being high) he was DEFINITELY A "10"! After I told him what I needed to tell him, I asked him how soon he could take a look at the information I had directed him to. Now, realize that this was on a Friday and, remember, he was unemployed which means he had nothing to do. His answer, "Uh...the weekend might be hard so, uh....probably like Tuesday or something."
          His ACTIONS (or lack thereof) were betraying his words (I'm a "10"!).
This guy certainly was not a "10" or he would have been checking out the information right away.
What about you?
Again, you have to be careful! Be careful about what you SAY around others about your plans and dreams. Remember, they are LISTENING! And, they will be asking how you are doing with what you said you were going to do.
Hey, it's hard enough as it is without having to face that, friend.
But, also, be careful with yourself. Don't say that you are willing to do whatever it takes if you aren't willing to do whatever it takes. Literally.
You know what I'm talking about. Get honest with yourself and realize that your actions may not be matching up with your words. And, yes, your actions will betray what you say.
Fix it.
And then let your ACTIONS speak louder than your words in a POWERFUL and POSITIVE way!
Pretty cool, right?
Until next time, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Don't Get Beat Up or Beat Down

There I was sitting in the office of a millionaire and a "legend" in the company.
This was recent, as in "within 6 months ago" recent.
Like I said, this guy was pretty much a legend in the company and I had the great fortune to be close enough to his office to attend some trainings that were done there. On this particular day, the meeting had been cancelled and I didn't know it. He graciously offered for me to come in to his office and just ask questions or whatever I needed.
Very gracious. I mean, hey, like in a lot of "business opportunities", since he didn't recruit me or since someone in his "down line" didn't recruit me, he got nothing out of me financially but yet, here he was, willing to allow me to "pick his brain".
I was not doing well. I was struggling and I had no idea what to ask or even what to say. But, somewhere in the course of our conversation I mentioned a few of the things that I had been involved in (no, not that big list I shared with you the other day) and that I just didn't know what to do in order to get results.
He then shared with me what he had heard on the company's live video-streamed weekly program from another legend in the company. The guy on the program basically said that, in all of these other things that you have been involved in, others DID make money doing them. The insinuation was basically, "So, why haven't you? They have!"
Now, the millionaire legend sitting across the desk from me didn't really have to say much more. Him using that quote and then just looking at me like, "Well?" was enough
Bottom line is that I tried to figure out why I HADN'T been successful at any of these other things that I had been involved in but I just couldn't come up with an answer. This bugged me for quite a while until...
You want to know when I began to look at this differently? It wasn't until last week when I put that big ol' list together of all the things that I have tried over the years. I also began to "listen" to myself and what I have shared with you about "changing vehicles" does not make you a failure as long as you keep moving forward in this journey.
To be honest, it kinda made me a little angry when I thought about it again. Yeah, what the guy said was true - some people DID make money in all of those ventures. Shoot, when you think about it that way, people make money in scams, too, right? That doesn't mean that I'm a loser if I didn't feel good about that situation (thinking maybe it WAS a scam) and took my focus elsewhere.
And, he had every right to say what he said. I do know how he was trying to motivate me with that kind of thought. But, you know what? I realized that I had allowed him to beat me up and beat me down when I was already beaten up and beaten down.
I am still on the "road" along the journey to my goals and dreams. I HAVE NOT GIVEN UP and I will NOT give up.
And neither will you!
Don't get beat up - GET UP, keep moving and move forward every single day!
And, as you do so, be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"

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