Hey there,

It’s not hard to see that the world is hurting when you turn on the news or talk to people who are hungry to be happy or fulfilled.

That is where you come in.

The only way to eliminate darkness is with light.

When people can’t find their own light or don’t allow it to shine, they let their eyes adjust to the dark.

Perhaps they even get proverbial night goggles to see better in the dark.

Nonetheless, their world is still dark.

Thankfully, you can help them.

By sharing your story you spread hope and happiness.

By sharing your story you show someone that you can overcome a difficult time and come out on the other side.

It’s not about how you did it, when you did it, how well you did it, or how you compare to others.

In that moment, the person who needs what you have to offer is just moved because they feel heard, motivated, and inspired.

Many experts are wasting too much time counting likes, getting the fanciest equipment possible, and over-thinking their webinar slides instead of sharing their story.

People need what you have to offer now more than ever.

When people focus too much on an ad budget, a past failure, or the opinion or a negative person, they tend to lose focus on what really matters.


People matter.

Real people who have families that depend on them and communities that need them to rise to the occasion.

If you can help them with your story, why wouldn’t you?

Obviously these plants don’t naturally grow in the shape of an octopus.

Neither is your advice naturally going to turn into a successful business that inspires thousands.

Be intentional with your message.

Be intentional with your goals.

Share your story and spread hope and light around the world.

No more excuses, ifs, ands, or buts.

It’s that simple.

Serve people by sharing how you overcame a difficulty in your life and remind them that they too can get through it.

You don’t have to be perfect.

You just have to care.

Remember, you can have it all.

And the best way to get it is to help others.

Committed more than ever to spread hope in the world,