I can't thank everyone enough for your support with the release of my second book, Secrets from Strangers: Life changing Lessons I Learned Through A Valuable Perspective. With being just a few days away from it's release, 01 August 2019, I wanted to share with you another opportunity to join the TRUE G.R.O.W.T.H. family and to receive a free copy of Secrets from Strangers. My goal with TRUE G.R.O.W.T.H is to help you and the people … Continue reading Begin your TRUE G.R.O.W.T.H. Journey!
Most of us are willing to spend our entire lives chasing personal success, but how do we know what to chase unless we can define what success means to us? According to my Google search, I found three basic definitions of success: the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. the attainment of popularity or profit. a person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains prosperity. Which definitions fits your idea of success? … Continue reading What is Success?
As a kid, I hated hearing my father say, “Patience is a virtue.” It was his way of saying good things come with time. Patience is what helps us understand that true value lies in the process we take to bring our aspirations within reach. Patience provides us with the ability to trust the steps we take will lead us to where we want to go. But that takes time, and as a society, … Continue reading Patience is a Virtue
Kelsey Rose loves building puzzles but they scare the shit out of me. Puzzles have no method. It's just pure chaos. There are no instructions. You just dump all of the pieces onto the table and begin picking up random ones until you find what you are looking for. Trial and error is the only way, literally flipping one piece at a time. The final picture of what the puzzle will look like is … Continue reading Puzzles Suck
One of the most recent questions I received from one of my followers was, “How do you have time to write so much with everything else you have going on in your life?” My answer was pretty simple. “If you are passionate enough about something, you’ll make the time.” However, the time doesn’t need to be anything extreme to start. If you are struggling to find more time to spend on what makes you … Continue reading The 3% Rule