“When you can put other people’s aspirations and goals a little bit higher on the priority list, then you allow yourself to give more of yourself. And when you can give more of yourself, it’s just a good feeling,” Eric Bailey
Eric was born with a bone disease in his knees. The doctors told him that he would never be able to play sports and would never be normal like other kids. His biological parents didn’t want to take on the responsibility to raise him so they gave him up for adoption. Yet, he defied the odds and became an elite basketball player and NBL legend.
Eric grew up in poverty, in a rough neighbourhood in South Central Los Angeles. His young life was surrounded by crime, drugs and struggle. Today he is a successful entrepreneur, a renown inspirational speaker and world class coach. He was voted as the Top 22 Motivational Speaker in the world.
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“Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.” – Buddha
Everybody has to deal with anger, shame, blame and guilt from time to time. And it’s perfectly normal but when you allow anger and guilt to consume you then you must learn how to deal with them because these toxic emotions will eat away and destroy your self worth. If left unchecked they will rob you of your peace and happiness.
She was raped and bullied but she refused to view herself as a victim. She is determined not to let her past rule her future. In this interview Shanti explains how you too can let go of these emotions and make peace with your past.
Shanti’s intimate workshop will be available in September. Please follow this link for more info.
There are thousands of churches and pastors around the world preaching God’s messages, but unfortunately not many walk their talk.
I have great admiration for people like Major Geoff Freind and my wonderful friend Dennis Perry. They truly are walking in God’s footsteps. They dedicated their lives to feeding the homeless, caring for the sick and giving hope to the forgotten.
Major Geoff Freind has been spending over 34 years of his life offering emotional and spiritual support for thousands in need and helping them find a meaning in life.
Our fears usually cause us to procrastinate and stop us from having what we really want…
In this episode I’m talking again to Tim Mikelj, a high performance coach from the UK on this very subject. I open up on the one fear that kept me prisoner for over forty years and he’s sharing with us some great tips on how to overcome our fears and challenges us to make a first step forward.
As always I welcome your feedback. Please post your comments online or drop me a line at email@example.com. I’d love to hear your thoughts.
In early 2000’s I met my late teacher Jim Rohn at a seminar in Sydney, Australia. During his talk he highly recommended this classic book.
He said “I recommended this book to millions of people around the world and only a handful of them would actually go out and buy it. If you go and buy it today it will set you apart from the 90% of the population.”
That’s all I needed to hear. I borrowed the money from my colleague and bought the book that very day.
This book transformed millions of lives around the world, including mine. I truly hope it will do the same for you.
Now that the book is in public domain there is no excuse for you not to own a copy. I wish to pass on this incredible book to you. I hope it will help you find whatever it is you’re looking for. All you need to do is apply the simple techniques described in this book.
Here is the link for a mobile friendly pdf edition. For a more generic epub edition follow this link.