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Life Coach, Chairman of Mensa PH, Actor/Producer
Welcome to GPS WEDNESDAYS.
Who am I? Why am I here? What was I born to do?
These are life’s most important conversations.
They hold the keys to living our deepest truths
and so fulfilling our highest potential and greatest promise.
Together let us take an afternoon walk
and touch these truths through the lens and story of one of us
– a fellow human being journeying through the same questions.
Each week we feature a guest from yet another
walk of life, who opens up to us his or her journey.
Together then, we are active participants
and partners in this journey.
In so doing, week after week, we help each other take further steps
– they can be baby steps or they can be giant leaps forward –
in the lifelong journey to our peak selves.
In your lowest points in life, you realize the value of yourself and that you are worth it. The low points will teach you to become a better person, a better version of yourself.
What is happening to you is happening because you allow it. The moment you realize this, you will feel more empowered. Thinking about it, I often just “accept” things as is in my life. Maybe I should find ways to not just allow it but to face it and not let it rule me.
Discernment is fantastic in steering us towards the right direction. But having someone to ask us the right questions is even better to crystalize our plans. We all have our blind spots. And sometimes, when we discover things that excite us, we get into a tunnel vision and disregard the other things that matter like who we really want to serve.
Why should age stop you from learning something new? There is no age limit to trying out new things. I realized that we have a short life to live and there is no time to think about the barriers that hinder you from learning new things. We can always start on something new and pursue it if we have a burning desire to do so.
Our weakest points reveal our truest strengths. We shouldn’t run away from or ignore our weaknesses. It shouldn’t be something that we are embarrassed of either, rather we should choose to see these things as avenues for profound self-reinvention.
We’re never too old to learn. Our lives cannot become stagnant and we have to embrace the never-ending commitment to learning and growing so that we can expand our genius and use it to impact others.
Acknowledge & accept your weakest moments. Embrace them, don’t be stuck with them but rather do something about them. Think of what lessons you can get from them because sometimes it’s during your weakest moments when you discover your strengths.
WHAT ABOUT YOU?
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