You Have to Fail to Succeed

You Have to Fail to Succeed!  It’s that simple, I don’t understand why so many people nowadays are so afraid of failure.  Failure truly isn’t the enemy, it’s a learning experienced.  If you’ve never failed, you’ve probably sheltered yourself and never taken a real shot at something, so I hope you’ve come to terms with “average”.

If you refuse to ever take a chance and risk major failure, you’ll never learn the lessons you need to climb to the top.

Until next time,



What Makes Success?

This is going to be a rather simple post, or rather a simple question.   I want to know what people want to read about, and what topics to cover sooner than later.

What means the most to you in terms of learning and advancing?

  1. Career Success (Growth at Work)
  2. Financial Success (Investing & Wealth)
  3. Personal Success (Family & Relationships/Health & Fitness)

I want to help as many people as possible with what I write, and I’d like to know what you feel would be the most beneficial, and most interesting for all of you to read.

Comment your answer below, and share with your friends so we can all benefit from the knowledge I can share.

For personalized help email and I’d be more than happy to help you with your personal Success needs.



This week I’m out of town taking the opportunity to rest my mind and keep the burnout at Bay. This vacation is more than just a test though, a vacation to me is a time to consumer information without distraction. A great time to read a new book, meet new people, and become a better version of yourself, all without the common distractions you face at home.

Have a great week everybody!


Be In Control Part 1

Over the course of time countless motivators and authors have echoed this philosophy, if you’re not in control of your own life, you can’t get to where you want to be.

Sean Whalen is one the most memorable for me, with his writing about the Core 4 principle, meaning that you must be on control of your Power, Passion, Purpose, and Production. I think of this in a much more simplified way, so read on to find more.

Being in control doesn’t necessarily mean you have people who report to you in the business world, or children looking up to you. It doesn’t necessarily mean you manage anything external at all, the one thing you must be in control of is yourself. What does this mean though? There’s a few aspects of ourselves we can control on a daily, weekly, monthly basis, so we can start there.

Be in control of your body and mind. This sounds easy right? It isn’t. At the end of the day you control your body and mind, you control your workout routine, you control what information you take in, whether you sit around and watch TV or read a book. You control these things. Your body and mind are the most important things working for you on a daily basis, so if you don’t take care of them, how can you expect them to work the way you want them to for you? Would you put regular grade gas in a super high performance sports car, then leave it idling for hours? Probably not, but when you spend your days eating junk food and sitting around watching TV this is the way you’re treating your body. Think about that.

Control your mind. You control the information you consume on a daily basis, and unlike a computer your mind never fills up, you can keep adding more information. You can choose to binge watch your favorite Netflix series, or you can choose to read a book, listen to an audiobook, even watch educational content on YouTube or a good documentary. If we fill our minds with useful new information constantly, these seeds of information will grow into a wealth of knowledge over time. If you fill your mind with nothing but TV then that’s the knowledge you’ll gain, but if you watch/read educational or field related content then in turn that knowledge will grow.

Being in control doesn’t mean doing these things when you feel like it either, you have to make these things habitual and consistent. You can’t diet and exercise 2 days a week and expect great results. You also can’t watch TV for hours a day 5 days a week and read a couple chapters of a book on the weekend. You need to be consistent and help yourself develop these habits and grow.

Let’s work on mastering our bodies and minds and I’ll be back soon with part 2. If you can do this, that’s another step forward on your Climb to Success.

As always if you have questions or comments, you can reach me at

Until next time,


Stop Chasing the Money & Start Chasing the Passion

“Stop Chasing the Money and Start Chasing the Passion.”  I honestly can’t remember who said this originally, but this quote resonates with me personally.  I have a full-time job that I love, and put many hours into, because I love it.  I also write this blog to help all of you find your climb to success.  I don’t do this for the money, I do this because of the passion.  I love to help people, and being able to write and have all of you out there read it also gives me a creative outlet.  If what I write here helps one of you to find what you want in life and go get it, then I truly have accomplished what I set out to do.

Finding your passion, rather than just working for the dollars allows you to work harder than ever, and to have a true sense of accomplishment as you complete even the smallest tasks, because these goals contribute to you hitting your overall goals.  If you find something that makes you truly happy and fulfilled, find a career that revolves around that, dedicate yourself to it whether full-time or on the side, and I promise it will be much easier to put the hours into this passion, than it is to put your hours into just earning a paycheck.

If you enjoy this content, I hope you share this with those around you so that I can help as many people as possible.  If you have comments you’d like to share, or would like to put your own spin on these ideas, you can contact me at

Until Next Time,