You’re feeling stuck because you don’t know how to make your dreams a reality. Even worse, you’re feeling paralyzed. You’ve tried a few things here and there, but it never amounted to anything. Now you don’t know what to do next, but you do know you want to do something awesome with your life. You feel your gut sinking and find yourself thinking “This sucks, I’ve got nothing,”
I was in a coaching session with a prominent speaker once and he was talking to me about how his wife was doing extensive work as a consultant who specializes in working with millennials. She landed a very high profile client who requested for her to make a video training course for their millennial staff. I was shocked at what the request was. They were looking for someone to teach their millennials things like how
Imagine a crib with a mobile of tennis balls overlooking a baby with ping pong paddles taped to his wrists so he can try to swat at them. This baby was Andre Agassi. His father worked him so hard since an early age and he became one of the best tennis players of all time as a result. When Agassi won his first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, he called his dad to tell him the news to which he responded “You had no busin
Oxfordson A.E. Obia was a security guard for a bank in Nigeria and on his spare time, he was trying to start a commercial farm with some land his family owned. He developed a business plan and he began looking for investors, but he was having trouble convincing people to fund his vision. Looking for some answers, he reached out to me asking for advice on how to become a successful entrepreneur.
I thought I was living the life of my dreams. Over the past ten years, I’ve had some very awesome opportunities all over the world. I helped women who were victims of human trafficking in the busy streets of Thailand. I created community with drug traffickers in the extremely violent favelas of Brazil. I aided terminal patients who were picked up from the streets die with dignity in Mother Theresa’s famous House of t
Every creative process begins with imagination. You first imagine what could be, then through your creativity, you take the action to turn it into a reality. For all those people who think they aren’t creative, trust me, you are. Here’s three practical steps on how to be creative.
I have a confession. I struggle with perfectionism. And by perfectionism, I mean I’m overly concerned with what other people will think of me so I try to make sure anything I do is presentable enough for the judgmental public.
We have been talking to a lot of people through our conversations about the idea of living for something greater. The questions we often get is about what exactly that means. We believe that all people are meant to discover and utilize their passions and talents to make positive change, but we’ve learned what is most important is not what we accomplish, but who we’re becoming in the process. We can only become the pe