I’ve always failed. I’ll just keep failing.

This may be the most important lie that you hear the truth about.

I have failed SOOO many times.

I’ve been less successful than I thought I would have been by 25 years old. I’ve had burgers and fries when I was wanted to be in “beach shape.” I have lost important jobs, soured relationships, and failed myself by not installing boundaries with people I knew I should have. I lost myself in substances and alcohol…

But here I am. 

I’m not going to gloat about how I picked my sorry self up or how much better my life is right now. But if you are this person, I can share some good news.

You can reset where you are going. 

At any moment, you can start over. You can begin to think differently about yourself and what you’re capable of.

  • You are valuable.
  • You have worth.
  • No one is beyond repair. 

If you have only ever failed in the past, it’s because you haven’t yet shown your strength. 

If this isn’t you but once upon a time, was. Consider reminding someone of those things if you get the chance.


Seatbelt, or Never Be The Same

My dad never wore his seatbelt when he drove. Neither did I. Until the day I was in a tragic car wreck. I lost my

Me Lucky Charms

My accomplishments haven’t brought me lasting happiness. But the friends, memories, screw-ups, and adventures along the way have. Some common goals we have on repeat

Use Social, Don’t Let it Use You.

Human beings need boundaries. We build fences to keep our dogs from running into the street. We put walls in the median to prevent collisions


Talk with a coach about your goals. Get the plan to achieve them.


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