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-Have you ever been told you’ll never amount to much? A time that someone doubted you. Did you believe them and just give up. Or did you use it as fuel?
-When something bad happens you have three choices: You can either let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you.
You must have heard the quote:
The difference between you and the person that is doing what you want to do isn’t much. Or maybe you’re already doing that, which is awesome.
It may remind you of this quote:
“Never wish life were easier,
wish that you were better.”
“Every problem is a gift- without problems, we would not grow.”
Lastly, do you value your time, or what do you do with it exactly? Do you spend the days worrying about something out of your control? Or do you roll your sleeves up and get to work on learning a new skill, that language you wanted to learn, or the dance class you wanted to take.
The better version of yourself is waiting on the other side of your problems, distractions, and attitude towards events.
I’ll give you three words that resonated with me: Achieve your goals.
That’s it, nothing more, nothing less. Two awesome guests this week: This week I have a business coach and entrepreneur Simon Meadows who has his own podcast Business Success and Coffee that I was on, a super entertaining and informative podcast. He’s got a great story, and gives some great practical takeaways and tips you can actually use.
I also have Ed Latimore, retired pro boxer, author, and competitive chess player. You can check him out at @edlatimore we clicked on Instagram. He overcame a lot and is putting some serious work in. You may know him from Twitter and several books. He’s as real as they come.
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