If you have decided that you desperately and passionately want to successfully transform yourself and find your “end-vision” keep reading, this is for you.
You will have to be willing, no matter how much effort, time and sacrifice that it will take, to work harder than you ever have before and sacrifice more than you thought possible.
Every plan to succeed must address all your current foundations. Just as the action steps necessary to succeed at anything are hard to stick with, the same will be said about these life changing “edicts.” These set of ideals are not for the faint of heart. You have to want it bad enough to get through the pain to succeed.
As Albert Einstein shared: “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.”
Many of us have never learned this lesson. We hold on to familiar approaches to life issues when deep down inside we know that we will get the same result. Doing something different takes either a very brave person or very desperate person.
I recommend that you take the bravery route and not wait to become desperate, or as some call it “hit rock bottom.” Finding someone who is brave enough to seek transformation makes a tremendous difference. You realize that it is possible to succeed, “If they can do it, so can I.” Surround yourself with those mentors!
Follow these two steps: First, “out with the bad.” Then, “in with the good.”
Out with the bad: burn the ticks off, slam the door on unfulfilling relationships, stop telling your sob story, get over it, stop being mean, and forgive.
In with the good: pick a day to start, seek out the positives, be aware of what you have, focus on being healthy, kind, compassionate, loving and uncover your purpose.
Once you have accepted the fact that your life does have purpose, the next adventure is to uncover what that purpose is. You don’t create it. Often, you don’t decide what your purpose is. You just uncover it.
For me, I thought my life’s purpose had something to do with being a successful attorney. I was wrong. What I uncovered was that my life’s purpose is inspiring people.
Genuineness, kindness, compassion, empathy, joy for life, optimism, love comes out when sharing and inspiring either a group or an individual.
I help people see beyond what is apparent and bring back hope where hope had been lost. Working with people to create a more positive “end-vision” is now my lifework.
Developing Parkinson’s disease led me to uncover my life’s purpose. Not only do I accept my Parkinson’s, but actually embrace it. God does work in mysterious ways.
John Baumann shares: “I did not set out to be an inspiring success speaker. I did not choose it. It chose me!” As a successful attorney with a full life, at age 41 John was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Most would give in and give up , John made the decision to “Decide Success.” But his most important decision was to reinvent himself as an Inspiring Success Speaker, Workshop Facilitator, Author, and work hard to fight the effects of this potential debilitating disease. Now over 15 years later after that first diagnosis, John speaks and inspires many, and maintains an honest, genuine, real, humorous approach. He has truly “uncovered his purpose” and helps others find their’s too! To book John for your next event click here: Inspiring Speaker John Baumann