I’m out of Vancouver – where’s it’s 52 degrees – so I can return to Florida where it’s … 55 degrees – and will be 35 in the evening.
This is the kind of climate change we ought to be hearing about, eh? From cold to cold.
Meanwhile, there’s something more important than climate change. It’s being a “climate changer.”
Let me explain: A climate changer is the type of person who changes the energy of a room by his or her mere presence.
He’s filled with energy, gusto and an oftentimes quiet zest for living. Regardless of what’s going on in the world, he’s able to get up with enthusiasm and go to bed looking for ways to make life worth living to the full.
With a simple handshake, hug, smile or eye-engaging nod, a climate changer makes you feel appreciated. When many around you are only able to find the negative in the news, the climate changer is able to look for the gem stones – and find them.
Many of these gem stones lie within the confines of your own mind. They’re previous positive memories that left deep impressions. And when they’re recalled and relived – they instantly change the climate – and the rules of the game you’re playing.
Instead of being filled with dread, fear, worry or gloom – when you take a look back through memory lane (or someone else’s positive memories)- you are instantly uplifted and enlightened. And you suddenly develop greater courage and confidence to go out into the world and change the climate around you by becoming who you’ve always wanted to be.
We can all sit around and argue about whether there is real or imagined climate change. But what is the point of it if the climate within our own minds hasn’t changed? What does it matter the temperature on the outside if we are cold and ruthless within?
Regardless of the temperature on the outside – whether it’s below freezing in Green Bay or 55 in Tampa Bay – we can still choose to be kind, friendly and helpful to ourselves and others.
Regardless of previous setbacks and defeats – despite failures and retreats – we can still pick ourselves up and prepare ourselves for better days.
And there’s no better way to tell you how to do this than my book, The Unbeatable Man.
No one is immune to failure – no one is free from mistakes.
But all of us need a roadmap, a guide, a WAY to observe how the champions in life prepared for victory after suffering great loss.
How did they redeem themselves?
How can YOU redeem yourself?
That’s the question.
And you’ll discover the answer in The Unbeatable Man.
Don’t just read this book. DEVOUR IT.
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P.S. I’m willing to bet that if you get the CDs along with the book you’ll be listening to this story over and over again. They’re that good.