What is holding you back?

“The wealthiest place on the planet, is the graveyard.
Because in the graveyard we will find inventions that we were never exposed to.
Ideas and dreams that never became a reality.
Hopes and aspirations that were never acted upon…
Most people take their greatness, their ideas, to the graveyard with them.”

The question is, what are you going to do with your time?

What drives you?

What are your weaknesses that you can improve on?

Do you have goals, ideas, things that you want to accomplish, but can’t quite seem to?

I can show you how to determine what your weaknesses are, but more importantly, show you how to learn from them and grow your strengths, in order to help you succeed in what ever it is that drives you.

  • Do you start many tasks but find it hard to finish them?
  • Do you tend to avoid challenging conversations that you know you need to have?
  • Do you sometimes procrastinate?
  • Do you struggle to get people to see things from your point of view?
  • Do you resist change and tend to do things how you’ve always done them?
  • Do you find it hard to forgive people?

Until you understand what holds you back in life, it will be hard to move forward.

Once you know what your perceived limitations are, you can find ways to over come them.

What I teach will show you how to determine what your strengths are, and then how to make the best use of them in order to succeed in life.

Find out what drives you and how to overpower what is holding you back.

Get Dotted.

And if you’re lacking any motivation today – check out this video where I get a lot of my inspiration from.

2 thoughts on “What is holding you back?”

  1. Really enjoyed meeting you at Jaegarrs Birthday Melissa .
    I have just had a look at whats inspiring you and can tell you its very close to much of what I have always found facinating myself.
    As a very keen observer of Human behaviours in 1980s Massey I wasnt always on the same page as the Mates I had around me ,but it came naturally and Its always served me well.
    You might not be to suprised knowing that small talk and platitudes are not always nessecary between similar spirits and although we didnt get a chance to talk much at the Pub I certainly noticed your positive persona .
    Anyway ,I hope you dont mind if I keep an eye on your insights and If I get the chance I will definitely get along to hear a lot more at one of your seminars .
    Cheers for now Melissa and best of luck sharing your gift among the masses .
    Glen O’leary.

    1. Wow thanks for your kind words Glen, I really appreciate your feedback. It sounds like you have a very interesting story and you’ve got me intrigued! Definitely hope we cross paths again some time and would love to have you along to an event as it sounds like you would get a lot out of it, like I do! I’m dying to bring Jaegarr along to one here in Sydney so will update you all when the next one is booked! Thanks again, I found your comments very refreshing and insightful.

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