Archive for the ‘Freedom’ Category

Who Will Step Up and Save America?

If you’ve been following the news over the past several weeks, it is becoming increasingly apparent that America is in trouble. With every news report coming out of Washington D.C., we Americans are losing our freedoms at a very rapid rate. It is very obvious that Republicans won’t cooperate with Democrats and Democrats won’t cooperate with Republicans. With that being said, how can any of our problems be solved…with both sides being unwilling to work together? …with both sides blaming each other? …with Washington D.C. giving up our freedoms with no concern for future generations?

So, who will step up and save America?

I am neither a Republican, nor a Democrat…I am a proud American who loves this country and who is committed to do my part to make America great again. Therefore, it is with great excitement that I share with you the following article: LeaderShift: Orrin Woodward and Oliver DeMille

If you too are concerned with the direction America is heading and you found the above article intriguing, mark your calendar and make sure you get a copy of “LeaderShift” by Orrin Woodward and Oliver DeMille when it is released on April 16, 2013.

God bless,

Eric C. Blomdahl

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone! 2013 holds great potential for each of you…go make great things happen…God is behind you 100%

God bless,

The Blomdahl Family

LIFE Business – Incredible First Year

WOW!!!! Amazing article posted by Orrin Woodward with a summary of the first year results of the LIFE Business. Check it out…LIFE Business: First Year Results

I hope everyone is getting on board for an incredible journey.

God bless and have a great day!

Eric C. Blomdahl

Hut 1, Hut 2, Power Player!

Orrin Woodward just posted a great blog article, titled, “Power-Player Promotions” that I recommend everyone read. Below is an excerpt from his article:

The Team is on its way to 1 million people through the LIFE Business because we keep Power-Player the main thing. The Mental Fitness Challenge, LIFE & LLR subscriptions, and the EDGE series are all amazing, but they are not the main thing. Only Power-Player ensures the community grows through depth which leads to numbers and then volume. LIFE has nearly 9,000 customers (not including the tens of thousands of members) since November 1, 2011, mainly because anyone out starting conversations about LIFE and the MFC will stumble across customers. Even so, the number one focus point for anyone desiring a long-term business plan for success should focus on Power-Player.

This past Sunday, Jen and I had the opportunity to have dinner with Orrin and other great local leaders at a PC Primer Meeting at Dan and Lisa Hawkin’s new home…amazing evening! After the evening was over, it was very clear…Power Player is what we do!

The LIFE products are amazing; the Mental Fitness Challenge is incredible; but executing Power Player is what we do to earn freedom.

The life you’ve always wanted is waiting for you…Hut 1, Hut 2, Power Player!!!!

God bless,

Eric C. Blomdahl

Lessons of a Community Builder – Part 4 and Final


In this fourth and final article regarding lessons of a community builder, I want to extend a heartfelt thank you to Orrin Woodward and the rest of the Policy Council. It is because of their personal sacrifices and dedication to purpose and excellence that all of us have such incredible information on how to successfully build communities through TEAM and have the opportunity to pursue the life we’ve always wanted through LIFE. I hope you have enjoyed this series of articles and have found these lessons helpful.

Be a Problem Solver: As previously mentioned in this series, community builders need to use empathy rather than sympathy when helping people succeed in life. The reason why people are where they are at in life is because of the information they allow into their head, which leads to the way they think, which leads to the decisions they make, which leads to the actions they take, which leads to the life they are living. When you meet someone who is not happy with where they are at in life, you will find a big reason is because they continually allow obstacles to get in the way of doing the things that are necessary to make positive changes in their life. Empathy says that you understand what they are going through, but you don’t allow their excuses to stop them from doing the right things. This will require you to become good at empathetic listening and solving problems. Because of their current thinking, they will need someone with an outside perspective to help them think “outside the box”. Someone to offer solutions to obstacles that they would have previously allowed to stop them from doing what’s needed to positively change their circumstances. The better problem solver you become; the more people you’ll help; the bigger the difference you’ll make; the faster you’ll live the life you’ve always wanted. Check out Habit 5 in Stephen R. Covey’s “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”.

Become a Great Edifier: Edification is a biblical principle that in layman’s terms means to uplift and speak favorably about a specific individual or group to another individual or group. It is very important when edifying someone that only characteristics that are honest and true about that person are used to uplift. If you’ve ever heard someone give false edification using characteristics that aren’t honest and truthful, it is very obvious and usually results in a negative impression on both parties involved in the edification process. When used properly with truth, honesty, and a sincere heart, edification is a very powerful principle. The best edifiers have the biggest communities; and the biggest communities have the best edifiers. Become great at truthful, honest, sincere edification. Listen multiple times to TEAM 1 – “Edification, Duplication, Association” CD by Orrin Woodward in the “Top 50″. In fact, go ahead and listen to the rest of the Top 50 while you’re at it…you won’t regret it (even if you’ve listened to it before).

Get Your Worldview Right: I was raised and confirmed Lutheran, believed in God, but at 32 years of age, if you would have asked me to explain my worldview, I wouldn’t have been able to do it. At that point in my life, my worldview was that faith time with God was on Sundays from 9:30am – 10:30am and that the rest of the week was broken into work time, family time, fun time, etc. In addition, I did not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I knew of Him, but did not have a relationship with Him…which are two drastically different things. Back in those days, I believed that all the 8 “F’s” that we talk about in LIFE were separate from one another. Today, I now know that 7 of the “F’s” are governed by the 8th “F” (Faith), and that having a personal relationship on a daily basis with Jesus Christ is crucial…not just for life on earth, but for life eternal. I know that as each of you read this article, everyone’s worldview may be all over the place, but I strongly recommend seeking and understanding why you believe what you believe…you just might surprise yourself with what you discover. I would recommend starting your journey by listening to the “No Regrets – AGO First Night Pack” and “The LIFE of Christ Pack”. Remember, you’re going to be gone from this world a lot longer than you’ll be in this world…eternity is a long time to be wrong about your worldview…please take the time to get it right.

Resolve Conflict: If you’ve been around the community building industry for any length of time, you may have heard the following statement, or something similar, “Building communities is great because of the people, but it sure can be frustrating at times because of the people.” God has made us all different. In fact, it is because of those differences that communities are so powerful. But, at the same time, it is because of those differences that we will encounter conflicts with people. Unresolved conflict within a community of people over time will fester and spread like a cancer…ultimately having devastating results. Don’t allow conflict to have more than 24 hours of life…deal with it and resolve it immediately. Read Chapter 10 in Orrin Woodward’s book, “RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for LIFE”.

I want to end this series with the following thought: The only difference between ordinary and extraordinary, is a little extra…this world needs you to be extraordinary!

Have a great week and God bless,

Eric C. Blomdahl

Lessons of a Community Builder – Part 1


A little over a decade ago I committed to building communities of people utilizing the TEAM system that Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady developed. That decision has proven to be the most rewarding experience of my life. However, along the way, many important lessons were learned. Some of those lessons came with a great amount of personal pain and suffering and, unfortunately, with a negative impact on the community…sorry to everyone that suffered because of my growing pains. The purpose of this article is to share some of those lessons with the hope that other community builders can learn from my experience without suffering the personal anguish and without negatively impacting the community (i.e. people’s lives).

Lessons of a Community Builder:

Dare to Dream: It’s sad, but America in 2012 doesn’t dream anymore. In fact, if you are a “dreamer” in today’s society, you are alienated and made to feel like something is wrong with you. The reality is, God gave each and every one of us the ability to dream. And if He gave us the ability to dream, He surely will give us the opportunity to make those dreams come true. I would like to challenge everyone before you go to bed tonight; make a list of 100 dreams you want to accomplish in your life. Once that list is complete, keep it in your planner and look at it daily and become passionate about accomplishing them. I also recommend you purchase “The Power of a Dream Pack” and listen to it regularly. Muster the courage and develop the habit to not just dream, but dream BIG with PASSION!

Get Your Elephant Charging: The subconscious mind (“elephant”) is a very powerful force, but it is totally underutilized by the majority of our society. Most people live their lives allowing the conscious mind (“ant”) to lead them. If you truly want to transform your life and strive for greatness, you need to reprogram your mind to allow the subconscious (“elephant”) to lead. I recommend reading “The Ant and the Elephant” by Vince Poscente and listening to “The Ant and the Elephant” by Orrin Woodward.

Humble Yourself and Commit to Personal Development: Contrary to my personal belief when I got started, I didn’t know everything about everything. That realization is rather simply stated in the previous short sentence, but in actuality it took me several years to learn and finally accept. You may have heard the saying, “You can’t take your old self into a bright new future.” If you find yourself reading this article and not liking where you are at in life, it is going to require you to humble yourself and commit to personal development. The best personal development educational program I have found is the Mental Fitness Challenge (MFC) followed up with a LIFE subscription(s). Go to the MFC link and play the eleven minute video…great summary by Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady. Then, LIFE offers four monthly subscription options to continue your personal development journey: LIFE (personal education), Leadership (professional education), AGO (faith education) and EDGE (life principles for teens). For the individual looking to make the most out of his/her life, I recommend subscribing to all three (all four if you have teens). A commitment to personal development is going to require taking the MFC, and developing the daily habits of listening to educational audios, reading from great books, and associating with like-minded people on a regular basis.

Control Your Schedule, Don’t Let Your Schedule Control You: When asked, most people in today’s society are very quick to list their top priorities in life, but when you compare their schedule to their priorities, most are 180 degree opposite…their schedules don’t match their priorities and their priorities don’t match their schedules. In order to truly get where you want to go in life, it is vital to make sure that your priorities match your schedule and that your schedule matches your priorities. Once in alignment, every decision that impacts your future should be made referring back to your priorities. Don’t let a decision regarding a #4 priority get in the way of a #2 priority. I recommend reading “Eat That Frog” by Brian Tracy.

Be Consistent: When pursuing the life you’ve always wanted, the amount of activity you put in is extremely important, but it is not enough all by itself…it needs to be consistent activity. I was stuck for a very long time at the “busy enough to be frustrated” phase, which is not a fun place to be stuck. If you find yourself at that phase, evaluate both your activities and your consistency. I am guessing the solution to get you “unstuck” lies within the combination of the two. Discovering and pursuing my purpose really helped in getting my activity and consistency up to a level that was required to get “unstuck”; to go from “busy enough to be frustrated” to “busy enough to get results”. I strongly recommend getting and studying the “Finding Your Purpose Pack”.

Be Persistent: If your part of my generation, you probably remember the toy called a weeble, and their advertising catch-phrase, “Weebles wobble, but they don’t fall down.” When I heard that phrase as a young boy, I never realized that it would be one of the key principles for success in life some 40 years later. We all get knocked down in life, but the key is to get back up each and every time. A famous motivational speaker/author once said, “When you fall down, make sure you fall on your back, because if you can look up, you can get up.” What helped me to have the proper perspective regarding being persistent through all of life’s struggles was strengthening my faith life. I recommend you purchase a “No Regrets – AGO First Night Pack” and begin developing your faith to the next level.

Part 2 of this article coming soon.

God bless, Eric C. Blomdahl

American History 101 – Federal Reserve


This is a great post from Orrin Woodward’s blog on February 21, 2012. It is so important that every American voter educate themselves with this type of information regarding the factual history of our country. Please know that our forefathers and all the people who fought and died in establishing this great nation would have been 100% against the formation of the Federal Reserve. Here’s Orrin’s article:

Permitting government to produce fiat money is like giving a compulsive gambler unlimited poker chips. In neither case should we be shocked when runaway debt and excuses are all that ensue. Indeed, Alexander Hamilton, in a 1790 paper to the House, wrote, “The emitting of paper money by the authority of Government is wisely prohibited by the individual States, by the national constitution; and the spirit of that prohibition ought not to be disregarded by the Government of the United States.” Thomas Jefferson, furthermore, concurred, saying, “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks…will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered…. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.” Even the founder of Keynesian Economics, John Maynard Keynes, opined on the dangers of fiat money, writing, “Lenin was certainly right. There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of Society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one man in a million is able to diagnose.”

Nonetheless, despite the many warnings on the dangers of fiat money, in 1913, the Federal Reserve was created. The name “Federal Reserve” is a misnomer, since this privately held company isn’t federal and doesn’t have reserves. In truth, because the Federal Reserve is a private company, it, unlike our government, is designed to make money. It accomplishes this by loaning money to our federal government for fees plus interest. However, in order to ensure the interest debt was serviced promptly, the income tax amendment, not coincidentally, was passed in 1913 also. By permitting direct taxation on a citizen’s income, the income tax amendment erased one of the last checks (proportional taxation of states) remaining upon government’s nearly unlimited avarice. The founders, by regulating the taxation with the State populations, tied the federal government’s hands, ensuring the individual citizen’s wealth was free from government expropriation. Sadly, with the passage of the income tax amendment, this federal constraint was removed. Since 1913, individual citizens, instead of the respective citizen’s state, have had the unequal task of squaring off against the federal government (IRS) whenever a tax dispute arises. This was not the intention of the founders.

It’s time to educate ourselves on our history, or we are doomed to lose our birthrights. Leaders must arise and educate communities around the world. Sincerely, Orrin Woodward

I encourage everyone to add the LIFE Freedom Pack to your personal education collection…every voting American needs this information…the future freedom of our families depends on it.

Your future awaits, go get it!

God bless, Eric C. Blomdahl

The Truth No One Wants to Face

Orrin Woodward’s latest blog article is an article worth posting again here in its entirety. I apologize in advance for my article’s length, but this post pertains to the most important issue we as Americans currently face. Therefore, please read it completely.

The American generations that are alive today have really taken the word “freedom” for granted…myself included. We have all personally experienced how great it is to live in the United States of America. We all know that a bad day in the USA is still better than a great day anywhere else in the world. The problem with living in such a great country is that it becomes very easy to take our freedoms for granted. Hence, becoming very complacent in our daily living. We begin to think this is how it always has been and how it always will be. That, my friends, is not true! We need to remember that many people have fought and died so that you and I can raise our families in a free country. And if we don’t come together as a country soon, our precious freedoms and life as we know it will end…and it will end sooner than we think if we don’t have the courage to face the truth about our country’s predicament head on.

The need to properly educate ourselves on what made this country great and how to keep it great is needed now more than ever. Unfortunately, the majority of the voting population has gotten their political education from the media. It is important to understand that as long as we continue to let the media split us between Republicans and Democrats, we as Americans will continue to lose. An additional side effect of not being properly educated about freedom is that the voting population tends to cast their votes for what is best for themselves short-term financially, without any regard to the long-term impact on our overall freedoms. History has proven that voting this way is very dangerous with tragic consequences.

To experience complete freedom, a country requires political, religious, and economic freedom. Now for “the truth that no one wants to face”…the United States is losing all three freedoms faster than any other country in the world. With that said, please know that all is not lost, there is still time to change things around, we can do it! I think Orrin’s article does a great job at helping us to begin understanding what is really going on today without the media’s twist. Here it is…enjoy!

“In 2011, reporter Stephen Marche pinpointed the painful reality of today’s static classes:

“There are some truths so hard to face, so ugly and so at odds with how we imagine the world should be, that nobody can accept them. Here’s one: It is obvious that a class system has arrived in America — a recent study of the thirty-four countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that only Italy and Great Britain have less social mobility. But nobody wants to admit: If your daddy was rich, you’re gonna stay rich, and if your daddy was poor, you’re gonna stay poor. Every instinct in the American gut, every institution, every national symbol, runs on the idea that anybody can make it; the only limits are your own limits. Which is an amazing idea, a gift to the world — just no longer true. Culturally, and in their daily lives, Americans continue to glide through a ghostly land of opportunity they can’t bear to tell themselves isn’t real. It’s the most dangerous lie the country tells itself.”

Everywhere I looked, I was exposed to this bitter reality. The middle-class is in the big squeeze. This isn’t my opinion the data is available to all and is irrefutable. On one side of the squeeze is the aristocrats. They have their special deal monopolies (which raise the prices on all consumers), courtesy of our government. The “idle rich” enjoy non-competitive life of leisure because they are “too big to fail.” (How much money do you put in your gas tank weekly?) Since there aren’t any free rides in life, the perks are provided by the government at the expense of the middle class.

However, in order to maintain the special deal for the “idle rich” the government must find another segment of the population that benefits from the current state of affairs. This they achieved through creating a new class – the “idle poor”. Our government created and funds the “idle poor” as an insurance policy to protect the “idle rich”. Do you really think the elites care about the poor when we can see how they treat the middle? Could an alternative explanation be that this group is necessary to maintain their special deals in the rigged game? The poor are treated like they are “too small to win,” but it’s a lie. The poor, in a free enterprise, nonstatic-class environment, can win in the game of life. Sadly, it’s easy to get people to volunteer for a “something for nothing” program, even though these people end up losing the most – their own self-respect.

The politicians (of the left and right persuasion) promise handouts to enough groups until they have their precious majorities for re-election and can continue the squeeze on the middle class. On one side, the wealthy elites squeeze the middle class with monopoly positions promised by government politicians elected with elites excess cash. On the other side, the poor squeeze the middle, receiving hand outs courtesy of our government taken from the middle class. Only the idle on both sides win in this scam. The rich through monopolies and the poor through handouts, both with little to no effort. All the while, the middle class runs faster on the gerbil wheel wondering why they never seem to get ahead.

Please don’t misread my point. I love free enterprise and competition, but that isn’t what is occurring in the USA or Canada. Sadly, our government has created a class system more diabolical than Thomas Jefferson’s worst imagined fears. I want our countries to be free and to have all people everywhere have the ability to win through their willingness to work and grow. But this demands an end to the hypocrisy of class system built on top of the American Dream ethos. In order to fix this mess, it must be called what it is – an aristocracy in our midst. Stephen Marche elaborates:

In the United States, the emerging aristocracy remains staunchly convinced that it is not an aristocracy, that it’s the result of hard work and talent. The permanent working poor refuse to accept that their poverty is permanent. The class system is clandestine.

Perhaps if enough of the working class unite together, we can end the middle class squeeze. Call me a dreamer, and idealist, or even a nut case. I don’t care. A man with experience (success over time) is never at the mercy of a man with an opinion (and no results.) I know the middle class squeeze to be true in several ways. First, I have witnessed the workings of the “idle rich” class, watching second generation wealth attempt to secure it through special deals. Second, I have thousands of people joining LIFE who have been squeezed by these very forces at work. I will not sit by idly and watch my country fall without doing something. The West needs a resurgence of freedom and an end to the class system protecting the “idle” on both ends of the spectrum.

I (and my fellow founders) formed the LIFE business as a dream for meritocracy, developing merit based leadership communities around the world. LIFE is a level playing field where a person is rewarded based upon his contributions within the community. Do a little, receive a little; do a lot, receive a lot – just like my experience in competitive sports. May the best man or woman or team win based upon performance. No class system, no special deals, just an opportunity to win based upon one’s results.

When discussing meritocracy there are two main reactions. On one hand is the group who gets excited and thankful, realizing that they finally have an opportunity to win based upon their own efforts and results. On the other hand is the group who gets upset and bitter, realizing they will no longer be able to hide from the scoreboard of life, since they have been exposed by their lack of effort and results. I was involved in community building for 5 1/2 years with little to show for it, but I never blamed anyone else. In fact, you only become a loser when you blame someone else. Don’t fall into pity parties or you will never experience the victory parties.

Regardless of the rhetoric of either side, meritocracy is simply just. For meritocracy ensures that everyone is given an equal opportunity and playing field. Imagine playing a game of King of the Mountain where everyone has a right to enter the game and battle their way to the mountaintop. New participants join the game with the goal of running to the top and knocking off the current King of the Mountain. This is an analogy of a true free enterprise system. Anyone can enter and compete, but if you don’t perform, don’t come crying to mommy. People can enter as individuals or teams, but no group gets a special deal. The King today may be knocked off tomorrow by better ideas, strategy, and people. The referee (government) is supposed to be neutral (justice), ensuring everyone plays the games by the rules.

Imagine the travesty if the current King of the Mountain buys off the referees, forcing all new participants to carry a 50 pound bag on their back (extra regulations.) Even if the King has to carry the bag also, it’s much easier to be on top with the 50 pounds than run up a mountain side with it. The more government rigs the game, the less free enterprise it becomes and the more a class society results. Western Civilization is at a crossroads because Big Banks and Big Business do not like to lose and believe they are “too big to fail.” They have rigged the game, ensuring “idle rich” stay on top, while the rest of us run around wondering why no one seems to knock off the Kings of the Mountain anymore. Government must stop playing the paid off referee and go back to the neutral umpire it’s supposed to be. Either this changes or the West, as we know it, will die. Here is a quick video describing the economic malaise damaging the West.

What if leadership communities, groups who educated themselves and others on historic leadership and liberty principles, joined together and formed free communities for real change? In my book, RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for LIFE, I talk about Arnold Toynbee and his thesis of “Challenge and Response.” We are going through one of these critical periods where the West has serious challenges to respond to and it takes leaders to respond. Throughout the West history, citizen leaders have stood up to tyranny whenever the need arose to right the wrongs. Today’s issues demand courageous leaders who will respond similarly, standing up and fixing them, doing what is right because it is right. Do you see the challenge? Are you ready to respond? I am and that’s why I committed to LIFE for life.”

Since being associated with Orrin Woodward and LIFE, I have learned more about freedom than ever before. I strongly believe that every voting American needs the type of education LIFE offers regarding freedom, not to mention the education available regarding the other 8 F’s too (faith, family, finances, friends, fitness, following, fun). Americans should never be told how to vote, but they should take the time to be properly educated (without the media’s twist) before they vote. Our families’ future freedom depends on it!

Your future awaits, educate yourself and go get it!

Have a great day and God bless, Eric Blomdahl

LIFE: Right Place, Right Time, Right People, Right Reason

Orrin Woodward and the other co-founders of LIFE (Chris Brady, Tim Marks, George Guzzardo, Dan Hawkins, Bill Lewis, Claude Hamilton) just produced a great new video that was launched at the Winter Leadership Convention in Columbus, OH this past weekend. Everyone loved it and has been asking to see it again. Here you go…enjoy!

Your future awaits, go get it!

God bless, Eric Blomdahl

No Time to Play Life Small, We Need You Now!


Well, Orrin Woodward, Chris Brady, and the rest of the LIFE Founders (Tim Marks, George Guzzardo, Dan Hawkins, Bill Lewis, Claude Hamilton) organized another fantastic Winter Leadership Convention this past weekend. For those of you who were in attendance, I’m sure you’ll agree it was a life-changing experience. For those who were unable to attend, you will definitely want to mark your calendar for the Spring Leadership Convention in Columbus, OH on April 27-29, 2012. The energy and excitement in the Nationwide Arena was amazing. There is no doubt that the journey to a million people is well underway. Now, more than ever, we need each of you to rise up and become all that God has intended. If we are going to make a positive difference in a million people’s lives, we can no longer play life small.

Dan Hawkins posted a great article several weeks ago titled, “Find Your Motivation and Chase Your Dreams”. With the momentum coming out of this weekend, I think this article deserves a re-visit. Here it is…enjoy!

In reviewing the book Launching a Leadership Revolution I came across the part on motivation. I remember thinking I do not need motivation just tell me what to do! After years of developing a business I have realized motivation is one of, if not the biggest piece to endure the price of success.

What do you want, what is the price….pay it!

No matter what you decide to pursue, if you want to be a success, pain and struggle will be part of the process. Motivation provides the fuel to persist through the pain. In Orrin Woodward’s new book Resolved 13 Resolutions for LIFE he talks about AQ, adversity quotient. In the end it will not always be the person with the most talent, but the person who will persist and improve. Here is a small piece of Orrin’s book on AQ:

Another compromise that leads to failure and despair is an improper response to the pain inherent in the process of growth. There are actually two types of pain: one comes from the inside due to the change process; the other comes from the outside due to criticism from those unwilling to make the same changes. Hope is the only fuel capable of burning through both types of pain. Without hope, either of the pain versions will trump one’s willingness to endure, instead choosing to stop the pain by quitting the journey. Author Robert Grudin writes, “One might reply that most people who surrender simply lack the ability to get very far. But it is more accurate to say that ability and intelligence, rightly understood, include a readiness to face pain, while those characteristics which we loosely term ‘inadequacy’ and ‘ignorance’ are typically associated with the avoidance of pain.” When the pain reaches a certain threshold, everything inside of a person screams for relief, but champions, people with high AQ, persevere. Pain is overcome through the continuous focus on one’s purpose. Moreover, achieving greatness will require a faith that can move mountains, an AQ to endure the rising pain in the process, eventually reaching levels of success that more timid souls refuse to believe possible.

There are 3 levels of motivation that we have found to help people persist.

Material
Recognition and Respect
Purpose, Destiny and Legacy

These come in order of importance and impact in one’s life. Dig into the three levels of motivation and find what moves you to become your best and helps you to do your best when times get tough.

Here is a short video that I found that inspires me to continue to pursue my purpose and do something big with my life!

I love this video! Your future awaits, play life BIG, and go get it!

God bless and have a great day, Eric C. Blomdahl

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