Authenticity and Chameleons [VIDEO]

Authenticity. It’s a fancy word that many people either don’t know what it means or they know what it means and firmly believe that they have this characteristic. In my video blog today, I am going to be talking about authenticity and how it affects your path to success.

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3 Lessons I Learned on my Path to Success

In December 2004, my wife and I moved into the house we had purchased.  I remember the day we moved very well.  I recall how the movers had left with most of our stuff from our apartment to our new home about 40 minutes away.  Notice how I wrote “most”?  Here’s a free lesson for you: never hire a friend to move you.  This guy rented the wrong sized moving truck. *Sigh

As they left, we had to stuff as much as we could of what was left into our Chevy Malibu.  It didn’t all fit.  One of the items left behind was my mountain bike.  I left it by the garbage dumpster (no doubt, someone scored a nice bike soon after we pulled away).

3 Lessons

In January 2012, after seven years of not riding a bike, I purchased a mountain bike and began to ride again and quickly fell in love again.  What I find interesting is that despite not having ridden for seven years, I still knew how to ride.

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What a Recent Dog Attack Taught me About Success [Video]

Recently, I had a somewhere scary experience as I was out riding my mountain bike: I was almost attacked by four dogs. Yes, four. After I rode away, it occurred to me that something the dog walker said applied to your success. In hindsight, I probably should have thanked this lady for this experience…as it gave me a topic for this week’s vlog post. So, in this video, I ask a question that every pursuer of success needs to ask themselves…constantly. Failure to do so will stall your journey.

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