What holds you back?

Today I have been wondering what is holding people back from being their highest potential.

So I am going to speak directly to you.

Do you think what you are doing right now is the best thing you could be doing with your life at this moment?

How do you decide what the best thing to do is?

Do you know how much you are worth?

Do you believe you are worth more?

Are you scared of truly living? 

If “YES” to any of these questions, I highly recommend that you do some soul searching.

Be open to what the world and what the people in it have to offer you!

“Nah, I’m good” is what killed you

I have not been able to sleep in the past 2 weeks. 

And when I do sleep, I have dreams just as real as reality.

My life is changing.

My mind is changing.

Change is happening around me.

Guys, I haven’t watched Netflix in 2 weeks. 2 WEEKS. Not even like a 30 minute How I Met Your Mother! I mean something must be going on when your ENTIRE TEAM IS NOT SLEEPING.

“Something’s up”


I’m only going to say this once here: If your response to this opportunity is “nah, I’m good,” I promise you that you will find something else to do with your life, and I promise you that you missed an enormous opportuntiy. That’s it. That’s all it is. You said “nah” before you even looked into it! So, OK.

 The point is THIS IS BIG, so LOOK INTO IT. Ask questions. Be skeptical. Be smart. Be aware. CONTACT ME.

Hello…Universe?

So…This is me, hi.

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I want to talk about a personal topic that I think many people go through. Tonight I’ve been having a lot of thoughts zooming around in my brain. Bottom line is this: I am the person I am because of the opportunities I took, and the opportunities I didn’t take.  I feel blessed to be at the place I am in life right now. I have a loving support system, and have people I love very much. I’m healthy. I’m young. I keep an open mind. But there’s a phrase that often enters my mind that absolutely terrifies me. 

“You have the whole world in front of you”

Those 9 words hold a lot of responsibility. Almost too much. I’m here thinking to myself, “how am I suppose to take control of that concept?” It sounds silly, I know. But those words hold a great deal of weight on my shoulders. I do infact, have the whole world in front of me! It’s my responsibility to turn that phrase into tangible reality! WHOA. Let me clarify what I feel like when I think about that concept:

So, lil ol me often has the crazy switch turned on in my brain. I’m trying so hard to figure out what I am suppose to do with the whole world in front of me. What am I suppose to do with my life? Am I suppose to join the peace core? Am I suppose to get a masters degree? Am I suppose to travel the world?

I guess this is me asking the universe WHAT AM I SUPPOSE TO DO?! 

I have a great vision for my future. I believe I have found a way to create the most success for myself, while helping out many people. I am very happy and excited about my business plans. Still, it’s like I have constant butterflies inside me fluttering around making me worry about everything. I worry about every little thing. Right now, I’m not worried that I made the wrong decision about the path I chose to take. I’m very secure and happy with my path. I’m worried that the universe has different plans for me, and I’m running the other way.

Does anyone else feel this way?! 

Even when you feel like the top of the world, do you ever have a feeling that you could be happier being/doing something else? It’s a strange concept to wrap your head around, I know, but I’m trying to make a point with all of this.

I think whatever path we choose to take in life is the right one. Sure, we might take the hard way. Maybe we’ll pass some major mountains and cliffs along the way. But the only way to see if you made all the right decisions in life is to jump off that cliff of uncertainty and believe that you can fly.

“Aerodynamically, the bumblebee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumblebee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.”
-mary kay ash

So maybe I’m answering my own question here. Maybe we don’t need to know the answer. Maybe we are meant to live life the way we choose to live it, and there’s no set plan in the universe for us. Maybe EVERY path is the right path. We just have to make that decision…

What Color Are You?

Having trouble figuring people out? Do you get frustrated, and get confused why some people just do not see things the way you do? Well guess what? We all have had this issue. Whether it be for professional uses, or personal, I am going to help you figure out how to help people see things the way you do. You will want to write this down.

To communicate with people you need to understand what type of person they are. People are segmented into four different colors. Each color has distinct characteristics and personalities.  Now bear with me. I am going to exaggerate a bit so it will be easier for you to remember each color characteristic. Each color has good and bad parts, so please don’t get offended by these exaggerations.

Yellow

These people love to help. These people live to help. They are the caring, easy going people. Yellow people are the ones who are right away giving you a hug, and asking if you need anything to make you more comfortable. Yellows are not going to be overly concerned with money. They will actually feel offended if you continue talking about money, and how great it can be for them. They will not go out of their way to make a lot of money for themselves unless it’s for a greater good. Yellows strive to HELP others. 

Blue

These people love to partyBlues are always looking for fun. They easily look past things in order to obtain an adventure, experience, or opportunity. Blues are people persons. They love any chance they can get to meet new people. Blues are very outgoing and meet lots and lots of people. Often, these are the people who talk non stop, and don’t listen to what others are saying. Blues are constantly looking for excitement, and love to travel.

Red

These people need to feel like they are in charge. They need, and strive, to be the boss. Reds are very focused people. Money and success are very important to them. Reds are organized, and know what they are doing. They always have the right answer to everything. These are the people who will take charge in a situation, and present themselves as leaders.

Green

These people are the thinkers. Greens tend to live boring lives. They are socially challenged, and try to avoid people at all costs. They love information and facts. Greens have to convince themselves about things. You are going to have to be very patient with greens because they want to learn everything about everything. Greens come off as having little to no personality. 


As you can see, each of these colors have good and bad sides. Yellows are caring, but are soft spoken. Blues make great loud leaders, but don’t pay attention to detail. Reds know where they are going in life, but have too much pride. Greens are intelligent thinkers, but lack social skills.

Identifying what color people are can be a huge benefit to your communications. Especially if you want them to see something you see. 

You don’t have to act like colors that you aren’t, but you should learn how to talk like them so you can communicate successfully with different people.

It’s OK if people are more than one color. Sometimes, people are dominantly one color, and have aspects of other colors. Utilize the information you collect about people. Study people to understand how to communicate with them.

WHAT COLOR ARE YOU?

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YOU are Your Biggest Enemy

As cliche as it sounds, it’s true. You are your biggest enemy. 

“UH OH!”

You are going to be put through this test multiple times in your life, and you are going to see that you will probably respond differently each time. As you experience new things, you as an intelligence grows. You will naturally learn how to react to an experience.

“Focus on this moment, and nothing else. You in this moment are fine. Everything is perfect. Breath in, breath out. “

Now, after this point, you should react. Give it a try. I think you’ll be surprised with what you find happens.

The hardest part of being part of the success industry is getting out of your comfort zone. This is THEE HARDEST THING. If you can overcome this, you will find success. I know it. Now, the key is to push yourself to your best, to obtain the greatest success. If your limits aren’t being stretched as far as they can, you are HOLDING YOURSELF BACK! This is self destruction. 

Open your mind. Allow your physical self to experience new things so your mind can grow. I’m tellin’ you guys, THIS concept is pure gold. 

Imagine this with me: There is an open field. You are at one end, and success is at the other end. But between you and success, there is a small barbed wired fence. It’s relatively low to the ground, and doesn’t present fatal danger. Now, wouldn’t you find a way to get over that fence?!

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Opportunity of a Lifetime? Ha, yeah right…

WHO is ready for the OPPORTUNITY of a LIFETIME?!?!?!?!?!

pshhh LOL…Oh wait, you’re serious?

Gah, that is such an overused phrase. Right? These days it seems like everyone has the newest, and coolest best opportunity. How is anyone suppose to know which one to choose. My advice?

CHECK OUT ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES PRESENTED TO YOU 

Seriously. There are better ways out there to become successful. You may actually come across of an opportunity of a lifetime. Who knows!  But it’s your job to find the one that’s right for you.

Do everyone a favor though–don’t be one of those close minded meanies!!!!!

Do your own research. Do your own research. Do your own research. Oh, AND do your own research.

When you’re ready to make some changes in your life, there will be people ready to help you. I PROMISE.

So, maybe it’s time for you to get out of your comfort zone. Maybe it’s time to explore what else is out there. Maybe it’s time for you to open your eyes to the OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. Just maybe…