How to turn your life around and recover from a bad breakup, and create an even better life and lifestyle for yourself by doing something or starting something you’ve always wanted to do, like your own business, a career change, lifestyle change, etc.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who originally discovered my work after getting dumped by a woman who he was head over heals in love with. She totally blew him off and he never heard from her again. He decided to quit a job he hated and drove a taxi for a few months while he listened to my YouTube videos in his taxi and decided what he wanted to do next. He then got back into sales which is something he really loved.
He is very happy now with his work. He’s been dating a lot of new women and having fun. He started a Facebook fan page called “That Oregon Life” and in a few months it has 50,000 fans. He also started a website called thatoregonlife.com and he’s already made an extra $200 in a week. He basically decided to do something he always wanted to do for the sheer joy and passion of it, and it’s starting to pay off. This is exactly what I talk about when you decide to do things that scare you, but that you’ve always wanted to do and how doing something you are really passionate about can lead to success over time.
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From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“The reason why most people don’t take risks, pursue their dreams and reach their full potential, is that they live their lives in reaction to avoiding what they fear, instead of taking action towards what they want despite their fears. They move away from what scares them because they fear failure, fear they don’t have what it takes to succeed or fear that they won’t be loved and accepted by their friends, family or peer group. If what they want involves taking risks and moving towards things which scare them or things that are outside of their comfort zone, which pursuing one’s dreams always does, they will look for something that is easier, involves little to no risk or what feels comfortable and safe. The downside to this approach is that they end up living their lives never knowing or experiencing what they are truly capable of. When you decide to pursue a dream career, start a business or master something you’ve always wanted to do, the path to success is never clear. You’ll have ideas and concepts of what it will take to succeed, but won’t necessarily know how you will end up where you want to be. Successful people understand that they will figure out and learn what to do to succeed along the journey to becoming or obtaining what they want. The more they are willing to adapt and change their approach, learn from their mistakes and persist in spite of the obstacles, challenges or their fears, the quicker they will arrive at their destination.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne