I cut everything off... One year ago, today, I made the decision to completely switch up my life.
I cut off everything that wasn’t pushing me in the direction that I wanted to go... ...which required a ton of sacrifice.
Fast forward 12 months... I decided I was getting too comfortable in my current location and needed a change.
Within the last week I packed two suit cases and donated everything I owned to charity and booked a one way ticket to California with my two best friends @jeffsekinger & @raviabuvala
I am beyond excited for this new journey in my life and thankful for you reading this post and following my journey 🙏🏽 BIG THINGS are on the radar and I can’t wait to share them with you.
You are 100% in control of your life. If you don’t like it... change it.
It’s your life, your choice 🤙🏽
1 day ago
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19 hours ago
My nine year-old, Daniel, loves adventure, is always pushing the envelope. He seems to find trouble wherever it is. He’s also OBSESSED with cool clothes. Our older son is the exact opposite.
I’ve learned that each child’s personality requires a completely different styling of parenting. If your child loves being a leader, they respond more favorably if you make them feel like they’re in charge of getting something done (I.E. making sure the beds are made daily; being in charge of no cell phones at the dinner table, etc). In my opinion, a child that wants to be respected as a leader will not respond as favorably to being “told” to do something. My older son doesn’t necessarily want to be a leader, so putting him “in charge” of something doesn’t really work. Instead, giving him an incentive to do something (i.e. longer time on his electronics, staying up late, etc.) is what works best. Every child is unique in their own ways, and it’s what makes being a parent and raising a child right so rewarding!
I’d love to hear what techniques all of you have used to make parenting your children so much easier!
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I attended a business seminar last week Friday, during the initial ice breaker section, everyone was asked to introduce themselves and tell people what their business is. I was shocked to see that mostly everyone apart from one or two couldn't describe their business function in one sentence
It was almost like many were trying to convince themselves what they did more than us......
My business has several internal elements, but the main function is exactly what it says on the tin... . ➡️So my question to you is, if I gave you all of my digital resources for free, what business function are you using it for? ⬅️❔❔
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