In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose girlfriend left him for an older man only a few months after they moved in together. He gave her money and took care of her, but she still ditched him. A week after she left he got into a heated argument with one of the partners of the firm he worked at, and they fired him on the spot. Now he is depressed, he’s getting behind in his bills and he has no motivation to do anything to help himself get out of the hole he is in.
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“Everyone gets tested in life. It’s through our trials, tribulations and challenges that we are forced to become more than we are today. The only constant in life is change. You may lose your job overnight. Your lover may leave you when you thought your relationship was solid. Someone close to you may die unexpectedly. Changes in the market or business climate may destroy your successful and lucrative business seemingly overnight. It’s easy and natural to feel like you want to give up and quit when calamity happens. The reality is that everyone you love and everything you build in life will eventually die and dissolve. If you’re still here, then it means your journey is not over, and you still have more to do. More successes to be had. More achievements and goals to be accomplished. When life seems hopeless, you can either let your circumstances paralyze and define you, or you can choose to take action towards what you want to create. If you choose to persist, recover and move forward, then you have accepted the challenge to become better, stronger and more adaptable to life. Therefore, anything is possible for you. Nothing is impossible for a person who refuses to give up.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne