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Music credits: (my son)Lorenzo
What’s up good people!.
I am a firm believer that in order to succeed in any area of your life, you have to be hungry and prepared for opportunity.
Check out one of my favorite speeches by Les Brown, “Hungry”.
Today I spent the afternoon enjoying one of my favorite golf courses. It is the middle of the week and early in the day. Something pricked my heart. I just happened to take a look around me and noticed that there were only six of us out here on the enjoying course in the middle of a beautiful sunny day! I wondered where is everyone? I can’t help but assume that they are either working a job, own a business that is sucking up their free time, or simply don’t like golf. The point I’m trying to make is that the people out here on the course, most likely has free time to play golf in the middle of the day. They have probably figured out the key secret to business and time freedom that most people may never ever discover.
Have you ever wondered why many people go into business with awesome vision, plans, and aspirations but they never seem to get that business off the ground to experience true success? I too have had my own share of feeling like a failure for many many years because unsuccessful business attempts.
It wasn’t until I discovered the power and secret behind finding and implementing a proven system that I experienced true success and time freedom.
Watch this short video to learn more on how a proven system can equal freedom and real success.
Today I sat down and chatted with my daughter, Moriah who like myself loves to drink tea!
First off, let me start my saying I am one proud dad! Moriah just graduated from FSU with a Bachelor Degree in Speech Pathology at age 20. It seems like just yesterday I was driving her to ballet and gymnastics practice between her homeschooling and lots of traveling! Let’s just say she grew up super fast on me…Too fast for daddy at least. Moriah graduated with her Associate Degree by age 17 and decided to head off to college to explore her new world of adulthood as she pursued her goals. It’s very interesting to hear her thoughts and challenges during her leap into adulthood and her new college lifestyle.
Today I wanted to just sit and talk with her about her college life, how she made it through school, and any advice that she may have for other young people entering college, currently in school, or thinking of furthering their education. I just felt that young people have so much negativity that they face on a day-to-day basis so hopefully this short video can shine some light and brighten someone’s day!
Watch this video to see what Moriah has to say. Be sure to share this with every young person you know!