Reaching Your Potential http Please use these programs to bring yourself to your potential and that will bring more light into the world. More about me – or what does he know about personal transformation and life? We only have one shot at this, so don’t waste the one you’ve got. What are your dreams, and are you doing anything about attaining them? I seriously began looking at my life — maybe it was an early midlife crisis of sorts — around age 37. I realized that what I was doing had nothing to do with what I had dreamed about as a younger man. But what could I do about it? A large step for me was getting my degree at age 41. I was raising two babies alone as a single father and managed to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in applied psychology. The degree brought forth a realization that with a goal in mind, you can do anything you set your mind to. I was told I was wasting my time pursuing that goal. I had a well-paying job at a steel mill. Why did I need to waste time on education? My answer is that the most important asset any of us have is our mind, and as soon as we stop learning, we stop living. I am a life-long learner and will never stop my self education. For me, the attainment of my degree was a doorway to a new life. It wasn’t so much the degree itself but the belief in myself that it restored. After a time, I decided to really open the doors wide and seize life with both hands. 16 months ago when I told my manager I was giving two weeks’ notice, and I

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  1. jeremyholtom said,

    Wrote on March 16, 2012 @ 5:02 pm

    Rob I am very impressed by your short message and the wisdom you show. I will tell you that a great deal of what passes for personal development in this world is deeply cynical but I can see that you are totally real. Brilliant!

  2. geodude501 said,

    Wrote on March 16, 2012 @ 5:06 pm

    thanks. thats was very kind of you

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