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Don’t Waste Your Life Thinking “I Wish I Would Have”

Time keeps ticking. Every day the same thing happens over and over. The sun rises, you either go to work, work on your business or think of that next big idea. But what happens next? Here’s the answer. Look back to your last 5 years. How far ahead have you advanced? Are you moving towards “The next Microsoft” or perhaps “Uber”? Perhaps you want to be healthy and you are still telling yourself, “you’re going to do it”. This is the motivation phase that many people are stuck in. Let’s discuss. You must have some idea or something better you want in life in order to make this post valid to you. Shit, I want a $1.5M house paid off cash. No mortgage. What I have to do is look back to my last 5 years and ask.Did I do the things I should have done in order to get …

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How To Face Your Obstacles

I get it, you want to live the life you dream of. Happy family, luxury cars and houses, travelling all the time, Dream business or job, and a healthy mind and body. Let’s be real, it does exist but not without challenges. Early on, I used to stress about all the things that were “outstanding” in my life. I had a long flight that was coming up, I had to buy tickets to an event, the business needed me and I wasn’t able to get my ass to the gym. The family was upset that I wasn’t doing things the way they wanted and God knows what. Problems right. Yup, we all have problems. For the longest time, I didn’t know how to solve these problems the right way. What I used to do is just think of all the problems I had, build up these negative feelings towards life, …

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Tragic Event Happened. Now What?

To start, let’s define tragedy. Instead of using a dictionary, I want to tell you what I feel is a tragic event. Some event so severe that it absolutely impacts your life in a negative way. Let’s discuss. Growing up, I didn’t have the most smooth sailing life as some may have. On the other token, I didn’t have it as bad as others may have had it. Hearing people’s stories about what they been through is mind blowing. As humans, we shouldn’t have to suffer tragic events but the reality is they do happen. A parent dies, you go through a terrible divorce, you lose your house, cancer hits, you get in a massive car accident and the list goes on. What about multiple tragic events happen all within a short span of time? Come on now, let’s think logical here. Emotions kick in. Instantly, your brain will start …

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How To Find Friends When All You Think About Is Work!

The problem isn’t that you can’t find like-minded people, it’s just you give up searching way to quick. Like anything good in life, it typically takes time. These days, people are selective in everything they do, see, touch, be and be around. Growing up, your friends at school were the people you hung around. As we aged, most of those friends went on their own way and we just don’t seem to talk anymore. I do have a few friends that I still talk to but the majority of them are gone. So what’s the big deal? Friends are important in life. Friends are people who will have your back. Friends are people who truly care for your well-being. Having said that, ask yourself, are you being a good friend. Most people don’t have friends because they themselves make bad friends. I really don’t care if you read this and …

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When You Feel Like Not Leaving Your Home To Get Out, Read This!

I have just 700-1000 words to motivate your ass to get out of your house and make it happen. To start, what’s the purpose of you leaving the house? Gym? Work? Business meeting? Sales? Shopping? For whatever reason you need to leave your house, it’s important to know not leaving your house is unacceptable. If you want to personally develop yourself for the best, you’re going to have to start deciding to commit to following through. Nothing less. In order to push through and get that win of leaving your house, you have to understand deep within why you absolutely have to leave your house. Staying at home for too long is a reverie for hell. Depression is the leading cause in my head for someone wanting to stay at home often. You’re burnt, mentally and physically, and you don’t want to deal with the world. Leaving your house to …

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