The post you’ll read below is from a year ago today. It represents feelings I still currently have and shows the progress that has been made not only for Rules of Success, but for Urbia Exchange, the I Am Movement and my development as a man.
Rules of Success is on hiatus for a few more weeks, but I made this video message as a thought that came after watching the parade to celebrate the NBA Championship of the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers. The narrative is that your flaws are what make you divine. Give it a clip to see what I mean!
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As the Godfather of Big Ticket Coaching, you’d be hard pressed to find one of the industry leading personalities that weren’t at some level either directly mentored by Kevin Nations, or indirectly as a result of his massive influence on the industry.
This episode is packed full of thoughtful, clear teaching moments by one of the most successful thought leaders today.
One of the best things that has happened to me in the past few years is that I’ve devoted a large amount of time and effort to self development. In so doing, I have found myself learning from all sorts of experts, spanning many different fields and industries.
My choice to build a better mousetrap (read: better myself) was to learn from perspectives that weren’t my own. By considering a different vantage point to my life, the theory was that it would open my mind to a heightened level of understanding. It would illuminate blind spots and give context to things I previously did not understand. That new context and understanding that would not just promote change, but it would require it.
Each expert that I’ve met, read or interviewed as a part of my podcast “Rules of Success” has their individual take on how to live our best lives. The smart ones add the caveat that it has to be on our own terms if we are ever going to adopt new or improved behaviors that stick.
We have to first acknowledge that we want change and then tap into the pain of what it would mean to stay the same.