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Everything You Need to be Great is Already Inside You!

While you spend time scrolling though Facebook, I am working on my next post to inspire someone.  To lift someones spirits.  To encourage someone.  I am messaging someone to see how they are doing with their fitness challenges or their customized workouts I have written for them.  I am messaging someone to see how their nutrition plan is going.  If it needs adjustments.  I am checking in with my team of coaches to make sure they are reaching their goals.  While you are scrolling through Pinterest pinning stuff you want, things you plan to do, recipes you plan to make, workouts you will never do, dreaming of things you won't have unless you WORK for them, wishing you could travel here or there, I am building a business.  How long will you continue to do these time wasting activities?  Who knows... God knows I did them for way too long.  I am thankful I got a wake-up call.  I am creating value in OTHERS.  I am building a bridge to freedom.  To be able to do what I want, when I want, with who I want.  Meaning, making my own schedule.  Working on my time.  Working for myself, not for someone else. When will you wake up and realize that you were made for so much more?  When will you start making the necessary changes to make your dreams a reality?  When will you realize that we have all been put on this earth to serve others?  To serve each other!  This does not just come from my mouth, but from many other successful entrepreneurs and from the Bible.  We were made to be courageous.  We were made to lead the way!  

"Stop waiting for someone or something to light your fire.  You have the match."  ~ Darren Hardy


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