I’m a dad and an entrepreneur.
A little about me.
I moved from Southern California to North Georgia in 7th grade.
My grandpa showed me the internet in 1993.
I had a son at 19 and dropped out of college.
Married the girl and had 5 more sons.
I’ve started 3 companies. 2 didn’t work.
I live in North Georgia with my family.
Some things I believe.
People think they want to be happy, but they really want to be confident.
Confident people are happy people.
Confidence only comes action.
It’s the helpful who win.
Successful people like to help people.
Successful people ask for help.
Imposter syndrome is actually a superpower.
It means you care.
If you care, you do better work.
It’s better to try something than read about it or think about it.
Trying means taking action.
Taking action leads to confidence.
In this case it also leads to experience.
Confidence is multiplied by experience.
The greatest thing about being a dad is watching your kid do something they didn’t think they could do.
Maybe it’s overcoming a fear.
Maybe it’s solving a math problem.
Whatever it is, you get to watch someone you love wake up to a new reality.
Discipline is more about knowing what you want than doing things you don’t like.
This shifts the focus to working towards something.
Otherwise, you’re being a masochist for no gain.
You are exactly where you want to be in life.
People don’t change their behavior or move to a new environments unless they unwilling to accept their current ones.
Everything is life is a choice. Sometimes we choose negative consequences because they come along with positive ones.
If you’re feel like crap, the best way to start feeling is to take care of your body.
Go for a walk.
Pick up heavy things.
Eat better food.
Think better thoughts.
Action leads to confidence.
Confidence leads to happiness.
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