Tuesday, January 5, 2016


There are moments in my life that I remember thinking "I would love for that to happen to me one day" but realistically had those immediate thoughts of..."Well get real because those things don't happen to normal people". Today one of those moments has become our reality. I am beyond grateful and yes we know exactly where our blessings come from! But this post is to encourage you that ANYTHING is possible! ANYTHING can happen no matter what your past, no matter who you are, no matter how you were raised!

Stop allowing others to implant negative thoughts and thoughts of failure into your mind! Things have happened to us these past two years because we changed our way of thinking! We changed “that can’t happen to us” to “What if”. And that “what if” led to “How do we” and “what is our next step” and “What do we give up” “How do we challenge ourselves?” “How do we help others” I can guarantee you that no professional athlete or any successful multi-millionaire has ever said “I’m going to cross my fingers and keep up with my old way of life and just see what happens”. It is all about mindset. It is about dedication. How you see your future. What you speak into your life and those around you. What you allow to settle from others words. Will you choose to filter out the negative and keep only the positive? There will be rejection in life. People will cast their fears and failures onto you. This has nothing to do with you and everything to do with them. But guess what? You write your future. You are in charge of your thoughts and how you choose to use them.

Everything we do in life is a choice. A choice to say yes or no. A choice to trust someone or not. A choice to look before you cross the street. A choice to change your current situation. What choice will you make today? What choice will you make tomorrow? Next week? Next month? You get my drift.... Life is about choices. And for the rest of your life to change, you have to make those choices daily. Will it be easy? No. But will it be worth it? Most definitely. 

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