Just saying… 😉
Haaaaapppy Saturday! 😀
I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend but still doing some kind of action to get closer to their goals.
We had a relaxing morning by the pool, then did our workout, then did our work. A great and productive day. Accomplishment feels great, doesn’t it?
My topic today is taken from Chapter 8 of the book “The Master-Key to Riches” by Napoleon Hill. How can you tell your friends from your enemies? Do you know that? No? Yes?
Why does Napoleon Hill say that you should give more value than for that which you are being paid? What is his motivation for saying such a thing? I touch by this subject in my video today as I believe that giving the little extra, doing your best, is crucial for being successful no matter what context we are talking about.
My program is going through some big changes going forward now. This would be the perfect time to get in – you benefit from all my personal experience through the past 7-8 months, you get to work with my mentor Vick Strizheus, you get two fantastic programs which are both about to grow and create some things you have not seen online yet.. All that is needed to start out is $25, and you can build your business from that. You can get in now or you can start in about 52 days or so, because when you see what is launched… you are going to want in regardless of your business or goals. Just saying 😀
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Today I choose life. Every morning when I wake up I can choose joy, happiness, negativity, pain… To feel the freedom that comes from being able to continue to make mistakes and choices – today I choose to feel life, not to deny my humanity but embrace it.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could just change the world RIGHT NOW? Just hit a button and cut out every hurtful, sad, tragic, scary and bad part of it, to start fresh and build it back with love, friendship, trust and laughter?
I think we can change the world, but we have to start with ourselves. If you can be a better you, and inspire others to do the same.. Have them inspire others to do the same again… Sooner or later we have to get around the world, right? It’s a nice thought.
I have worked a lot on myself the last 7-8 months. Every single day I have strived to develop myself and become a better me than I was the day before. I have gone through great changes and it feels fantastic, but I still have a long way to go. I keep working on myself every day. I honestly think you will never be “done” developing yourself. You are never “fully there”. There is always room for improvement.
And like Zig Ziglar said: “People often say motivation doesn’t last. Neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” I think that sums it up pretty neatly.
Today is the last day of specific lessons that I share from our recent event in Denver. The Empower Network(and Big Idea Mastermind) event was a huge success. I am strongly encouraging my entire team that next time we should all go. There is nothing better for your development than going to the event, meeting other like-minded people and learn new aspects of yourself and the business. NEXT EVENT WE GO ON STAGE TOGETHER(to pick up our paychecks:))!
Vick Strizheus said to start with yourself. Talk to yourself as who you are, a leader. You are a leader of yourself and you have to act like it. There is no other person that can control your thoughts and your emotions. Only you. And you have to be a good leader!
Justin Verrengia had a very touching speech for us on Saturday. Both him and his wife are excellent speakers and I don’t think there were many dry eyes left in the room when they finished. The passion and vision this couple share is impressive. One of the most important things I got from this speech(but I got a lot and I can’t repeat it all cause I wouldn’t do it justice), is that you should not compete against and compare yourself to others… ONLY compare yourself to YOU. Try to be a better person today than you were yesterday. Be the change you want to see in the world!
I have a big vision myself and it comes in many layers. I was born and raised in Washington, DC and my mother and I were not of the wealthiest households on the block. I am forever thankful to my mom and her ability to “find a way”. One of the things she pulled together was getting me decent dental care. She saw the importance in this and so do I. It’s great to smile a big confident smile to the world. I want to help young kids growing up in my old community so they can get free dental care – 1. for health reasons 2. for confidence reasons.