How to break the predictable cycle of mediocrity, sameness, conformity and stagnation, that the overwhelming majority of people have allowed themselves to become stuck in, by being average and boring, instead of inspired, unique, driven, focused and amazing.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who wants to know how to get his life back and break the cycle of mediocrity. The second email is from a viewer who describes how studying my work has helped him become peaceful, content and release himself from suffering and heartbreak after a breakup.
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“You are a divine being with unlimited creative potential. However, all great things take time. Perfecting yourself and your life is not an overnight process. In order to feel fully alive and reach your full potential, you must have an emotionally compelling vision and purpose for your life. Something that makes you come alive inside, and that you have a burning desire to become or accomplish. Average and mediocre people major in minor things. They never reach their full potential because they allow their fears to paralyze them into believing they are powerless to change their circumstances. Since they do not believe they can achieve what they want, they don’t develop any plans and never take any action towards what they really want. To them, life is about surviving, instead of making a life journey of their own design. When you are only trying to survive instead of thrive, eventually you will lose hope in the promise of a great life and the beauty of your dreams. Once you lose hope, it’s a straight shot to an early grave.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne