Winning From Behind

Are you in your thirties, forties or fifties and feel as if your window of opportunity for achieving high levels of success is rapidly closing? Right this moment, you feel as if you are playing from behind just to get a taste and a legit shot at winning.

Well, in this episode of The Mindfullness Show, I discuss how to win from behind despite past mistakes and present setbacks. I discuss how to use your authentic voice to capture the success you desire and live the life you deserve. 

Playing and winning from behind is a strategic endeavor that takes focus, intentionality, creativity and a bit of serendipity. Just as important, in order to win from behind, you must believe you have what it takes to achieve your greatest desires, goals and ambitions.

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EPISODE 70 NOTES:

  • [02:22] – Accept Where You Are
  • [06:23] – How To Get Out of Debt
  • [08:42] – Victoria’s Secret Gotta Go!
  • [10:43] – The Truth About Credit Cards
  • [14:32] – Love Every Aspect of Your Life
  • [17:27] – Create Your Own Opportunities
  • [22:34] – How to Turn a “No” Into a “Yes”

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11 thoughts on “Winning From Behind

      1. Because in general, we don’t take responsibility for our own lives. We like having people and situations to blame. Man dig it in Eden – blame his wife and blame God. It is what I am tempted to do right now – blame the weather for not putting me in the right mood, blame the cafe that the background noise is too loud. Wherever we think we can launch blame and it’ll stick.
        Until we reframe our thinking, we cannot change our lives. I think I’ll be working on overcoming that temptation forever.

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