During a stop in Nashville, I had the opportunity to spend time with some very nice people.
After watching a Bar Rescue marathon on Sunday, and hearing people complain (on the show and in the aftermath of Yelp reviews) about the results...I came to the conclusion that we all need to exercise a bit more Personal responsibility (with a tip of the hat to Larry Winget who champions this approach).
What are YOU achieving these days? Who inspired it?
In what ways are you failing? Whose fault is it?
Procrastination can make you a little crazy (every 90 seconds or so, in my case).
What does it sound like when you spend your life making your dream happen, appreciating every victory and took to get there, while remaining humble every step of the way? If you put it to country music, it sounds like the journey of Kayla Sarro...who recently got to live her dream on-stage with her hero!
You've never seen his name on the Billboard charts or watched his videos on MTV (do they even play music anymore?)...but Mike Gacek is truly one of the most successful people I know. How can I say this? Because Mike knows what success REALLY means, and he took time to share in this fun and reflective interview. It is LOADED with nuggets of wisdom and actionable steps for you to make YOUR dreams a bigger part of your life. Enjoy!
I have always believed the 2 greatest things about my journey as a speaker and acts of kindness fan:
1) the people I meet
2) the person I am becoming
Among these amazing people are the teens of the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership program.
That is where I met Courtney several years ago, when she was in the audience.
I am so proud of this young lady. She's going places...and they are all great!
I run across so many people who say they want to give...but aren't sure how, or what.
Simple challenge which can be cured by listening. We share ideas and ways to take action, all in a little over 2 minutes.
See list here: WHAT CAN I GIVE?
You can have your dreams, but they won't happen until you get off the bench and take your shot.
High school senior Chris Hodges did...and the crowd went wild!
What shots do YOU need to take?