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Jan 25, 2021

Let me share with you one of my favorite core teachings that Robert (my mentor) has taught me over the years in hopes that it might bring you some comfort and direction in your daily life
It comes straight from the Life Handbook which is a book Robert has created over decades (and thousands of mentoring clients)…I’m gonna read a couple paragraphs to you
(from page 12 Life Handbook)
No matter how strong our beliefs or how clear our goals are, life remains difficult.  Success requires that we move through the seasons of life with persistence and determination.  It is so easy to let adversity hold you back.  In fact, that is the norm.  It takes unusual awareness, creativity, and resolve to work though life’s inevitable challenges in order to stay on track.
As you go through your life, you will have good days and you will have bad days.  However, I have noticed that all days are better if I start them by reminding myself of what I already know.  It has been said that it is as important to remember what we already know as it is to increase our knowledge.  A List of Daily Reminders can remind you of what you have already learned about life.  It can be especially helpful during those times in life when things don’t seem to be going your way.
Perhaps the most important part of my Daily Reminder is the list that I call The Five Essential Emotions…No matter what is happening in my lifee, I find that reviewing this list improves my experience of life.
Believe that there is a reason and a purpose for everything even if you don’t yet understand what that reason is.
Believe that you can overcome whatever challenges come your way.
Believe that quitting equals failure and your will never quit.
Believe that helping others equals success.
Believe that it is a miracle that you showed up here on planet earth.
I am sure you could certainly come up with a longer list but I find that this short list reminds me of the essence of what I believe to be true.  And if also reminds me that it is not enough to just give lip service to your beliefs, you need to act on them.  As one of my coaches posted out to me many years ago:  “Robert, if what you think you believe does not affect your behavior, the it is doubtful that you really believe it.
Consider creating a list like this for yourself.
I hope this message inspires you to take action on creating you Best Life Ever this year and I look forward to talking with you tomorrow.
Please share this message with someone you feel would benefit from it.
George Wright III