Two Reminders to Help You Keep Stretching and Growing Into Your Potential

By Joe Wilner


“You have enormous untapped power you’ll probably never tap, because most people never run far enough on their first wind to ever find they have a second.” – William James

Whether you want to get in better shape, learn a new skill, or make an important life change, it requires moving out of your comfort zone and trying something new.

It is just one of those cosmic jokes the universe plays on us. We have to go through strain and discomfort to come away stronger, wiser, and more aware.

Many people want something different for their life, but they aren’t willing to face the discomfort, fear, and potential failure required to make it happen.

This is one major aspect of helping people deal with their “inner game” in the coaching process.

We naturally want to take the path of least resistance. We want to have better health, more money, and improved relationships without going through a learning curve and putting in the hard work.

So helping people shift their perspective about stretching themselves and getting uncomfortable is an important first step to creating new opportunities and possibilities.

If you’re feeling stuck, here are two important reminders to help you create more of what you want.

The first thing to remember is that:

1. Fear and discomfort are a part of life

This is a day to day reminder I have to make for myself, but I try to accept that if I want something more from life it will involve some resistance, doubt, and push back.

When we can remind ourselves that fear and resistance is a normal part of the growth process we are more likely to take the next step despite these feelings.

“If we are growing we are always going to be outside our comfort zone.” - John Maxwell

There isn’t a final destination where resistance disappears, but we can learn to channel our doubts and fears in a different way. We can learn to acknowledge our resistance and take action anyway.

The second thing to remember is:

2. You want to “stretch” not “snap”

Many people assume getting out of their comfort zone means going bungee jumping or sticking their head in a tank of spiders. (Good ole’ Fear Factor!)

But we don’t need to shock ourselves to get uncomfortable. Frankly if we take outrageous measures like these we won’t just stretch, we will snap!

We don’t want to overload ourselves or push too far past our comfort zone.

Think of this in terms of lifting weights. You don’t want to start out bench pressing 200 lbs. if you haven’t worked out in years.

Not only will you probably not be strong enough to life this weight, but if you do you could injure yourself.

We just have to take small incremental steps.

Little by little as we stretch ourselves to a point where we’re uncomfortable we will start to see results.

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” - Neale Donald Walsch

We can start to run that extra mile, face that fear, or sing that new note.

We can start to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, and before we know it we have reach a new level of growth and awareness we didn’t even realize was possible.

Where in your life do you need to accept that resistance is normal and natural? What small steps can you start taking to step into this resistance without feeling overwhelmed?

4 Tips to Help You Get Through Hard Times

By Joe Wilner

hard times

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” ― Nelson Mandela

I have been getting some backlash about a few posts on this blog.

I understand that life isn’t always easy and we all go through difficult experiences.

I have my good and bad days. I make plenty of mistake and poor decisions that I have to bounce back from.

I have been through my fair share of difficult experiences and emotional distress.

To me, that is why I am so passionate about personal growth and uncovering principles about how we can live the best life possible.

It wasn’t always as easy for me to stay positive and be optimistic about life.

Frankly I used to be starkly the opposite. I used to be cynical, pessimistic, and generally pretty damn unhappy.

I worked incredibly hard at manage my negative thinking and learning how to be a more well-rounded healthy person.

Anyone can work on having a more positive attitude and outlook.

That is why I write these posts! I wouldn’t write about it if I didn’t believe it.

But, I do understand that it is easier said than done. Everyone has a different situation and has been through personal experiences that only they can really understand.

I get that.

I also don’t think life is meant to be easy necessarily. We will all need to find the strength to get through tough times at one point or another.

So when it comes to being at our best, building our “resiliency muscle” is crucial. There will come a day when we need to use our skills and emotional strength to deal with mistakes, fear, insecurities, and doubt.

So, if you are going through a difficult time and trying to bounce back, here are a few tips to get back on your feet.

Two heads are better than one

Social support may be the most important part of helping us cope and bounce back from adversity. Even when life is going smoothly we can’t do everything on our own. We all need support, encouragement, and resources to get through difficult times. 

When things aren’t going well surround yourself with uplifting people. Who can you turn to for social support? 

This too shall pass

When bad things happen it is easy to start focusing on the worst case scenario and how everything is going to fall apart. Let’s face it, the sky isn’t usually falling and most situations won’t last forever.

“Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient.” ― Steve Maraboli


I know some tragedies are never to be forgotten and certain illnesses are long-term. These type of circumstances are harder to be optimistic about. However we can still find ways to move forward and make the most of the opportunities we do have.

Be flexible like the palm tree

Change can be stressful. Many people resist change and struggle to adapt well. Fortunately we can steal from nature’s play book and learn from the palm tree. Palm trees are created to weather severe storms and high pressure winds. The palm tree is “flexible.”

The more mentally flexible we are the better. Life will have unexpected twists and turns, but if we are able to adjust and adapt along the way, we will persevere. We are created to adapt and change along with our circumstances.

Some people resist change, but change is inevitable. Instead of resisting, it’s better to explore how you can adapt along with what is taking place. Go with the flow and uncover what you need to do to create a solution

Don’t forget the fundamentals

When we feel stressed out and life gets hectic, we can sometimes forget to take care of ourselves. However, taking care of ourselves and maintaining healthy habits is crucial for emotional and physical well-being.

If you want to have more emotional stability don’t forget about the fundamentals like diet, exercise, and sleep. As well, habits such as meditation and other relaxation practices are a way to keep you emotionally balanced on a daily basis.

These are just four ideas that can help you bounce back from stress and overcome obstacles.

What else do you do to build resiliency and deal with hard times?

Top 15 Quotes About Living with Purpose and Doing What You Love

By Joe Wilner

thinking about purpose

Have you ever wondered, “Why am I here?”

“Who am I meant to be and what am I meant to do?”

We all ask these type of questions at on point or another, and the answers are certainly different for everyone.

Regardless what you connect with as a “higher purpose” or meaningful life, a sense of purpose and passion will not only lead to greater well-being but can help us be at our best and live more fully.

I think quotations are one of the most inspiring and insightful ways to learn and shift our thinking.

So here are 15 quotes to help you explore the idea of living with greater purpose and passion!

1. “Musicians must make music, artists must paint, poets must write if they are to ultimately be at peace with themselves. What human beings can be, they must be.” – Abraham Maslow

2. “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” – Proverbs 29:18

3. “This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night of the day, thou canst not be false to any man.” – William Shakespeare

4. “Never let the odds keep you from pursuing what you know in your heart you were mean to do.” – Satchel Paige

5. “The two most important days in life are the day you born and the day you discover the reason why.” – Mark Twain

6. “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” – Les Brown

7. “The greatest achievement was at first and for a time a dream. The oak sleeps in the acorn.” – James Allen

8. “It is better to strive in one’s own dharma than to succeed in the dharma of another. Nothing is ever lost in following one’s own dharma. But competition in another’s dharma breeds fear and insecurity.” – Krishna

9. “Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams.” - Donovan Bailey

10. “Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.” – Oprah Winfrey

11. “It is the soul’s duty to be loyal to its own desires. It must abandon itself to its master passion.” – Rebecca West

12. “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” - Albert Einstein

13. “The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others.” - Albert Schweitzer

14. “The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking places” ~ Author Unknown

15. “There are two primary choices in life; to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.” – Denis Waitley

Bonus from the late great Stephen Covey: 16. “You can retire from a job, but don’t ever retire from making extremely meaningful contributions in life.” 

What are some of your favorite quotes? What would you add to this list?


6 Strategies to Take Control of Your Attitude and Stay Positive

By Joe Wilner

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“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.” - Zig Ziglar

You may have heard the saying that “attitude is everything.”

Whether you want to go that far or not, attitude is pretty damn important.

I really doubt you’ll find a happy and successful person out there with a poor attitude.

This is because attitude is directly related to whether or not you will live a happy, meaningful, and energized life.

Think about it, would you rather be the complainer who is down on their luck always focusing on the negative, or the person always finding new opportunities and looking at the bright side?

A positive attitude can completely change our life!

When we have a positive attitude we can deal with problems more effectively and will end up bouncing back more quickly from mistake and setbacks.

So, learning how to manage your attitude is crucial if you want to improve your life.

I know it isn’t easy to manage our attitude, and frankly it takes hard work.

So, here are six strategies to help you develop more control over your attitude.

1. Your attitude is up to you

First thing first: You are responsible for your attitude. Your attitude is an an inside-out job. It doesn’t come from your circumstance but  instead from how you interpret your circumstances. You are in charge of how you respond to what happens to you. Start taking full responsibility for your attitude today.

2. Your thoughts are your reality

Many people don’t realize that how they think about something is ultimately how they will feel about it. In the words of supercoach Micheal Neill, “we don’t feel our environment, we feel our thinking.” If you want to control your attitude you must be aware of how you are thinking about your situation. If you focus on the negative things are going to suck! Keep things in perspective and stop only focusing on the negative!

3. Gratitude is the key

I know there are things to worry about and sometimes we really need to deal with problems. But if we aren’t careful our problems can become consuming and we forget about the good stuff. We all have things to be grateful for even when problems occur. We can still find ways to enjoy life even if things aren’t going our way. Focus on what you are grateful for. Literally make a list of five things you’re grateful for right now!

4. Avoid negative news 

If you want to stay positive be aware of your surroundings. Avoid negative news and stay away from people who bring you down. Be conscious about spending time with encouraging people and taking in positive information from books, podcast, or blogs. Put yourself on a negativity diet. Just like you would be aware of what you feed your body, pay attention to what you feed your mind.

5. Look for the lesson 

There is always something we can pull away from a bad situation. It may not be clear at the time, but there is always a lesson to be learned. What can you learn from a difficult situation? How can you use the situation to help you become a better person? Remember that life is a journey and we are always growing and learning.

6. Keep your eye on the prize 

Keep the big picture in mind. Learn to focus on the long-term results you want instead of short-term emotions. Every day you have a choice to make positive decisions. Don’t let yesterday’s mistakes get in the way of what you want. Keep your vision in mind and focus on how you will feel when you reach your goals.

“Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one.” - Hans Selye

How to Learn and Master Any New Skill

By Joe Wilner

trumpet practice

“I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul.” - William Ernest Henley

When it comes to excelling and gaining mastery of a certain skill, it’s not an easy process.

It takes years and years of consistent deliberate practice to shape and mold our mental and physical capabilities.

The problem most people experience a season in their life where after growing like crazy, they begin to become complacent, which leads to a slow fade and drift.

It’s at this point they plateau.

These plateaus are often when people give-up. Some eventually get stuck and never recover. The “going gets tough” and the challenges are greater than expected.

Growth becomes illusive and we assume it’s the end of the road toward our potential.

The results don’t come fast enough so we believe it’s not meant to be. We have reached our perceived limits.

However, this isn’t how growth works. It is about continuing to make progress and staying focused even when we encounter challenges and plateaus.

Numerous sources reveal that anyone can gain expertise if they’re willing to put in the time and effort.

In the book Bounce, author Matthew Syed explains that the best athletes, musicians, and artists are not born into the world with phenomenal talent, but instead have put in extensive amounts of time practicing and refining their craft.

They practice, practice, practice, and practice some more.

But a major component of this practice is learning from mistakes and correcting these errors.

We can call this deliberate practice! 

According to Daniel Goleman from his book Focus, “Hours and hours of practice are necessary for great performance, but not sufficient. How experts in any domain pay attention while practicing makes a crucial difference. For instance, in his much-cited study of violinists — the one that showed the top tier had practiced more than 10,000 hours — Ericsson found the experts did so with full concentration on improving a particular aspect of their performance that a master teacher identified.”

Getting to new heights requires hard work and practice.

If you want to learn a new skill or become better at a certain aspect of your life, you must deliberately practice!

Your behavioral patterns and abilities are based on your past learning and experiences. They aren’t set in stone. You just have to start practicing the changes you want to make.

We are all able to keep growing and developing!

Neuroscience proves that “old dogs can learn new tricks.” You’re brain changes with new experiences, and little by little your capabilities, skills, and behaviors become associated with the new way of doing things.

If you want to be better don’t get complaisant! Keep deliberately practicing the skills and habits you want to learn and develop.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to gain the grit needed to make change and achieve your goals check out my ecourse called Becoming Unstoppable!

The One Thing That Is Holding You Back, And One Thing You Should Do Each Day

By Joe Wilner

standing at the edge

“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” ― E.E. Cummings

I think everyone has a limit on what they are comfortable doing and when they feel out of their element.

Even that “adrenaline junky” who thrives on taking big risks probably has some area of life where they hold back and don’t push themselves to the edge.

In my experience fear is one of the major factors that get in the way of people transforming their life.

When it comes down to it, the way to transform our lives is by pushing past fear and doing what we’re afraid to try.

This isn’t about being fearlessness. It’s about feeling the fear and doing it anyway.

It’s about courage!

Many people assume that one day they will get to a point where they aren’t supposed to be fearful or anxious anymore.

We hold onto the illusion that all of sudden problems will disappear, challenges will cease to exist, and we can live in perpetual comfort and safety.

But unfortunately life has ups and downs. We will be challenged and required to push past our comfort zone at some point.

This is where courage comes in.

Part of growing and developing as a person is to keep expanding your comfort zone.

Our comfort zone is meant to grow and expand. 

I have started doing things in my life that I never would’ve imagined doing years ago.

But because I keep stretching my limits, what used to be scary is now something I feel confident about.

Possibilities begin to expand beyond your wildest dreams when you learn to push yourself to your edge and enjoy the view.

Most people are never really willing to go to their limits. They hold back and stay comfortably numb.

I’m not saying you should do anything crazy or completely out of the ordinary, unless this is where your current limits take you.

We are all different, and for many people taking small progressive steps can have a huge impact over time.

The point is, if you want to transform your life you have to do things differently.

You have to do those things you know you need to do but keep avoiding because they are uncomfortable.

Do something that makes you uncomfortable today!

This is how you will learn that you can push through your doubts and fears.

This is how you can grow far beyond your current level.

Are you willing to accept the challenge?

What one thing will you do in the next few days to get you out of your comfort zone?

“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” ― Anaïs Nin


12 Questions to Help You Uncover Your Unique Life Purpose

By Joe Wilner

guitar passion

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”― Mark Twain

I often have clients come to me because they are wanting to uncover their “purpose.”

What this comes down to is that they feel like something is missing in their life.

They feel a sense of emptiness and don’t believe they are on the right path.

They are looking for that answer to life’s big questions, “What am I supposed to do with my life?” “Why am I here?”

These are immensely vast questions. There are unlimited ways someone could answer, and for that reason many people find it overwhelming and difficult to commit to making a decision.

It makes it feel like once we decide on our “purpose” we are married to this decision in sickness and in health, until death do us part.

So, how are we really supposed to know?

Fortunately, “purpose” doesn’t have to be such a loaded word. It doesn’t have to be such a spiritual or mystical concept.

The good news is our purpose is chosen by us! We get to decide what our purpose is going to be.

And frankly our purpose isn’t a static or limited. It is something that evolves and changes as we experience new things and grow as a person.

We get to determine what will fill our lives with meaning and fulfillment.

To me, purpose is just one way to describe what people are seeking.

Other ways to describe this same idea are finding what they feel passionate about or simply what they deeply desire.

But, to make things a little more concrete here is a formula or set of inquires that may be helpful.

If you feel a little existentially lost right now, take some time to answers these questions and see what appears for you.

  • What is the most meaningful thing you have experienced?
  • What unique knowledge do you possess?
  • What hobbies do you enjoy? Why do you enjoy them?
  • What are your top four values? (here is a list to select from)
  • What makes you really really excited?
  • What are the themes that keep appearing in your life? 
  • What early memories stand out from childhood and your teenage years?
  • What do these memories mean to you?
  • What do they mean about the world?
  • What strengths did you develop because of these experiences?
  • What specific skills or expertise do you possess?
  • What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?

This list could go on and on, but I’ll leave it at this for now.

Answering these questions can help you uncover what you are drawn to and where you have experienced success.

But at the end of the day, you are in charge of uncovering your purpose. No one can do it for you.

Keep seeking your truth and be to open to possibilities you haven’t consider before.

You never know what answers you might find.

“Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it” ― Gautama Buddha


How to Start Making Choices that Enhance Your Life and Get You What You Want

By Joe Wilner

deep thinker

“In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.” - Eleanor Roosevelt

Decisions, decisions, decisions! There are so many decisions we make on a daily basis.

Some decisions will have an immediate huge impact on our life, while the significance of other choices appears down the pike.

All of our decisions are important however, even if we don’t notice the influence in the short-term.

For instance, in Darren Hardy’s book The Compound Effect he explains how small daily choices can really add up over time.

Our choices today are either getting us closer to the life we desire, or they are keeping us stuck in the same exact situation we have always been in.

Think about exercising for instance. It takes daily small steps to build up our strength and stamina.

Not only that, but other choices such as what we eat or how much sleep we get influences our overall energy and physical well-being.

The point of this is not to make you feel overwhelmed with all the decisions and choices you make each day. The point is to help you realize that you have the choice to better your life on a daily basis, one decision at a time.

If we want to be a physically healthy person it requires that you make the proper daily choices. We can’t just occasionally work out when we feel up to it if we want serious results.

Results come from action and behavior!

So, if you desire to make change or create new opportunities, you have to explore your day to day decisions.

“We must make the choices that enable us to fulfill the deepest capacities of our real selves.” - Thomas Merton

You can’t just sit back, waiting and hoping that things will change. They won’t!

On the journey to living your dream it can feel like there are so many steps to take and a huge gap to fill, but all you have to do is take the next best step.

What is one thing you can do today to get you closer to your desires? Each day you have 86,400 seconds to use in any way you choose.

The small daily choices you make will add up over time to either bring you closer to your dreams, or to keep your dreams out of reach.

Before making an important decision, start asking yourself:

  • “Will this choice enhance my life?”
  • “Does this choice align with my values and priorities?”
  • “Does this choice make me feel good?”
  • “How will this choice affect me in the long-run?”

It’s not about doing everything at once. It is about making progress each day. It’s about being as efficient and effective as you can each day.

What can you do today to get you closer to your desires?

5 Daily Disciplines to Stay in a Positive State of Mind

By Joe Wilner

bird in winter

“How noble and good everyone could be if, every evening before falling asleep, they were to recall to their minds the events of the whole day and consider exactly what has been good and bad. Then without realizing it, you try to improve yourself at the start of each new day.” ― Anne Frank

When it comes to being at our best, keeping a positive state of mind is crucial.

Think about how your life is different when you have a positive attitude. I’m sure your more energize and focused on opportunities.

You probably get along with people better and manage stress more effectively.

Simply put, life goes more smoothly when we have a positive state of mind.

Of course this is easier said than done right? We all have bad days when we feel down and out. We get discouraged and frustrated and start to focus on problems and what’s going wrong.

That is why having ways to elevate our state of mind is so valuable.

When we notice ourselves getting negative, (Notice is the key word here, self-awareness is key to elevating our state) we can have a plan to shift our state of mind.

One strategy for elevating your state of mind is making time for emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual needs each day.  

This seemingly simple idea of  comes from a great book called The Rhythm of Life by Matthew Kelly. This book helped me realize how important small daily actions are to my overall health, happiness, and productivity.

It helped me get a more stable rhythm in my life and understand that nourishing myself is these different areas will allow me to approach life from a more whole and powerful state of mind.

Ultimately if we are willing to nourish each of these life domains we can live with greater purpose and passion, and will be a better person all the way around.

So, here are five disciplines to incorporate into your life to help you elevate your state of mind.

1. Start getting spiritual

What do you do to nourish your soul each day? I believe that we all need some form of spirituality to stay inspired and resilient.

On a daily basis take some time to feed your spirit. This may be through meditation, yoga, prayer, or some other form of spiritual practice. Whatever fits your belief system do it. Take just 10-15 minutes to nourish your spirituality.

2. Write a gratitude list

Cultivating positive emotions is the best way to build immunity to a bad mood. Gratitude is one just emotion to start cultivating but it’s a powerful one.

A gratitude practice such as writing a gratitude list each day, or writing a gratitude letter can help keep you in a positive state of mind. Give thanks for the day ahead of you!

3. Fill your mind with positive messages

From the moment you wake up in the morning, think about what ideas your filling your mind with. Many people wake up watching the news and filling their head with stories or tragedy and fear!

How would your life change if you started reading a daily devotional or inspiring article? Another thing I do when I’m driving in my car is listen to uplifting audio books. There is also countless videos on Youtube that offer inspiration.

How can you start filling your mind with positive messages?

4. Surround yourself with supportive people

We don’t always notice how contagious other peoples’ emotions are. If we are around negative, discouraging people it will eventually rub off on us. Find supportive and encouraging people that you can interact with as often as possible.

It may not be every day that you interact or talk with these people, though hopefully it is, but if you have someone that can offer you support when when things aren’t going well, you will have a greater chance of staying positive.

5. Stay Active

Exercise and taking care of our physical health has more influence on our mental health than many people think. If there is one habit that improves our mood and enhances our overall health and wellness it’s exercise.

It enhances our cognition, slows cellular aging, and serves as a natural antidepressant. So, if you want to be at your best, exercise is a must!

These are just five ideas to help you stay in a positive state of mind. There are many more disciplines that can help you, so keep exploring how to nourish your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.

“Let us cultivate our garden.” ― Voltaire

Why You Can Change the World, No Matter Who You Are!

By Joe Wilner

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“Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!” - Anne Frank

I want to honest with you. I feel like I have been a little lofty and over the top with the content of this blog so far.

Don’t get me wrong, I completely believe we all have vast potential, and that our purpose in this life is to become the best-version-of-ourselves.

But I am afraid that the message of “unlimited potential” doesn’t always resonate with people.

The idea of reaching for our potential can be a little overwhelming and even scary to think about.

It can also be a little off-putting and frankly discouraging to compare our current reality to the powerful possibilities for our life. 

That is why I want to open up and let my guard down. 

I don’t you to read these messages and feel down and out. I want you to realize we’re all in the same boat, dealing with the same currents and storms.

I want to share my insecurities along with my dreams to help you see that even an “ordinary Joe” such as myself believes in greater possibilities!

Who am I to change the world?

Since most of you don’t know me that well I want to introduce myself.

I can be a shy and timid person. I can lack confidence when I push myself out of my comfort zone.

I sometimes doubt myself and think my dreams are over-the-top and irrational.

I have a ton to learn in all areas of life and realize that my journey is just beginning.

But, despite all of that, I’m trying to change the world in my own way!

I want to influence people to be better and do better. I want to leave a legacy, and truly believe we have all been put on this planet for a reason.

I also believe that if you have a dream in your heart you should follow it! Why else would it be there?

Why you can change the world!

Everyone has flaws and weaknesses and sometimes we allow these to dictate our path. We let our past mistakes get in the way of what is possible for our future. 

What if despite all of these weaknesses and challenges, you were still committed to be the best person you could possibly be?

What if even us “ordinary” people could have a positive influence in the world?  

You don’t have to be some super extraordinary genius to offer and share your gifts. You just have to be willing!

You have to be willing to try. You have to be willing to realize and grow you potential.

It’s not about reaching your destination immediately; it’s about staring your journey and not giving up.

The life stories of most extraordinary people didn’t start out with blessings of good fortune and unprecedented talent.

Many of the most incredible figures in history have a very humble beginning!

The genius physicist Albert Einstein was described as a slow learner.

The creative visionary Walt Disney was fired from an early job for lacking imagination!

And countless other amazing people failed numerous times before reaching the level of success they have today.

This is how potential works. It is a process of learning curves, mistakes, and resiliency.

So before you write yourself off as an “Average Joe,” make sure you’re giving yourself a chance!

You have a gift to share with the world! Start taking steps toward your potential today!


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