Why everyone has something to offer the world and why you need to make the best of what you have and where you are in life. Why sometimes you have to do things you hate in order to eventually do what you really love.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is 34, got shot three times ten years ago, he’s on disability because of it, he lives with his mother and siblings, and has been sober and out of rehab for about four months now. He wants to live on his own again and move about two hours away. He asks my opinion of his plan to move and start working on his new life.
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“Everyone has innate gifts, skills and talents. You should move towards the things you are curious about, have a passion for, your heart compels you to pursue and that your intuition or gut feels right about. Skills, wisdom and success comes with experience and time. People are not born being the best. Becoming the best at anything in life comes from taking action to learn what you do not know and applying what you do know. Your natural gifts, skills and talents can be cultivated, developed and perfected over time through repetition. The better you become at something and the more value you add to other peoples lives, the higher your earning potential becomes. The more value you add to the lives of others, the more value, significance and meaning you will feel for your life.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne