Have you ever felt stuck?

Have you ever felt like no matter what you do, you can’t stop thinking about one specific thing or feeling sad? Or there is just this hurdle that you can’t seem to get past?

Trust me, I’ve been there…and the feeling sucks!

So, how do you get out of feeling stuck and stagnate, and start gaining momentum? What does it take to immediately stop doubting yourself and your abilities and start feeling confident, empowered, and in-charge? How do you transform into thinking BIG and believing in a vision connected to passion?

It is actually quite simple: You change your inner…


Job searching can get pretty stressful at times, searching for new jobs or not being satisfied with where you are at. Don’t worry, you are not alone.

Finding the perfect job is not rocket science, though. It requires two things: 1. You to know what you are looking for and 2. Where to find it. Once you find it, and after reading this, you will land the job because you have the tools and skills necessary to persuade the person in charge of hiring that you have the tools and skills necessary for the job.

Before beginning a job search, ask yourself: What exactly do I want in my next job, and what do I not want?

Think about this and write it down until you are…


Let’s start this off with a quote…

“It is never easy to end a relationship with someone once you realize it has run its course, or when you simply do not share the same goals or values. Fear that we won’t find anyone better, we will never find anyone else, the next person will not be as attractive, as fun, or simply won’t love us as much, can paralyze us into in-action. Therefore we live a lie and stay in a relationship that, deep down, we know no longer serves us. It takes guts, faith in oneself, and faith that…


Not sure what type of handgun to get for your first pistol or for home defense?

I will cover all the important decision points such as caliber, fit, safety, sights, firing action, ammo, and quality; then we will end with some personal suggestions.

Caliber…is bigger better?

Smaller size means that the bullet will create a mild recoil along with higher capacity magazines. The majority of the police force uses 9mm and that is what I recommend in a handgun caliber. The reason is because it is a cheaper round compared to .45ACP. …


The top two areas for hitters to work on include the mental side/approach, and bat speed, of course.

Becoming a confident hitter with the bat-speed, and power/confidence to back it up, will be a game changer.

I always try to make hitting as simple as possible. Slow feet, fast hands with a quiet head, and attack the inside part of the ball.

Once you learn how to slow your feet down, quicken up your hands, and quiet your head, the ball will seem slower and you will be able to swing faster. Imagine if you came into the next regular…


Baseball parents and coaches should build up their players more often. This game will knock them down enough. They need to know you care before they care what you know.

You want to make sure your advice or guidance registers and in order to do that, you need to make sure you are building trust and goodwill.

I know you parents out there would die for you kids, but screaming and yelling at them or getting frustrated with them is not the right approach to helping their improvement.

And I know you coaches want to see your players get better…


Job searching can get pretty stressful at times and seem like it is a never-ending task, always searching for new jobs and never being satisfied. Don’t worry, you are not alone.

Finding the perfect job is not rocket science, though. It requires two things: 1. You to know what you are looking for and 2. You to find it. Once you find it, you will then land the job when you have the tools and skills necessary and/or you persuade the person in charge of hiring that you have the tools and skills necessary.

However, before beginning a job search…


If you have been in sales for any length of time, you know how daunting it can be. Maybe you are new to sales and looking to improve. This information is particularly useful for those of you who have been around the game for some time, because you are set in your ways and just need to touch up on the small things you may be overlooking.

The number one mistake that I observe around my sales people is that they don’t AGREE with the customer. You absolutely cannot make the customer, or anyone for that matter, wrong. Now, don’t get this confused; I am sure you have heard the saying, “Customers are always right.” This is actually not true. Customers can be wrong. However, you must still agree with them first, acknowledge what they are saying, and then overcome and continue with your process.

An example I see all the time is this: A customer will say, “Give me a good price now, I won’t buy…


Parents spend $200 + on bats and $50 on hitting lessons…and thousands for travel ball! When kids struggle at the plate, it is typically because they aren’t seeing the ball as well as they could.

Pick up on the pitch and release point.

I want you to understand this simple fact: You can have the perfect swing and approach, but if you are not SEEING the ball out of the pitchers hand and to the zone, you are not only throwing away at-bats but also losing confidence and underachieving because of this problem.

The good news is, this problem has a simple solution.

When you see the ball well, you slow the game down. The better your abilities, approach, and confidence get, the slower the game will feel. Now, nobody is born with these things…


Are you satisfied with the amount of money you are being paid in your career, or the profits that your business pays you? Would you like to make more than you do now? Who wouldn’t?!

Making money, and your ability to make more of it, is 80% psychological (believing in yourself enough to do what it takes to get the job done and earn the pay that you want) and only 20% mechanics (what you physically do and how your time is spent).

What is the difference between a seven figure earner and someone who works just as hard, but…

Avery Jackson

“You wouldn’t have the dream in your heart if you didn’t already have what it takes to bring it to life.” -Marie Farleo

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