1 hr 9 min

Dr. John Demartini: Determination Is More Important Than Motivation In The Pursuit of Goals‪.‬ I Think, I Can

    • Health & Fitness

Dr. John Demartini tells a beautiful story of how he went from wearing the dunce cap in the classroom, having a physical disability and a childhood speech impediment, to later creating, developing, and employing a value system used by many individuals, entrepreneurs, schools, and corporations.
Everyone will get a different lesson from listening to this episode but for me personally, the most important message is the power of belief and words, especially the words uttered from a parent’s mouth to their children. John’s mother communicated her belief and love to her son, and that is all it took for him to change the trajectory of his life.
Relevant Links | Social Media:
https://drdemartini.com/
https://www.instagram.com/drjohndemartini/
https://luellajonk.com/
https://www.instagram.com/luellajonk/

Dr. John Demartini tells a beautiful story of how he went from wearing the dunce cap in the classroom, having a physical disability and a childhood speech impediment, to later creating, developing, and employing a value system used by many individuals, entrepreneurs, schools, and corporations.
Everyone will get a different lesson from listening to this episode but for me personally, the most important message is the power of belief and words, especially the words uttered from a parent’s mouth to their children. John’s mother communicated her belief and love to her son, and that is all it took for him to change the trajectory of his life.
Relevant Links | Social Media:
https://drdemartini.com/
https://www.instagram.com/drjohndemartini/
https://luellajonk.com/
https://www.instagram.com/luellajonk/

1 hr 9 min

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