Do we have to have the same experiences to relate to people?
I think not!
Can you imagine being homeless as a young boy?
My guest this week, Joe Rojas, didn't have to imagine it. At 10 he was essentially homeless. So what did he do?
At 11 he went to work And eventually worked in the military and at the DOD And now has is own successful business You're probably thinking, that can't be! I know I was.
How did he do this?
It was his resilience, his relentlessness and his "I'm gonna do this" attitude.
Among other things, he did the following:
Told himself, "I am not willing to give up!" Counted his wins! He was engaged in the journey. He was gutsy; he learned to push back. He learned how to say no, which avoided many headaches. He stopped missing out on happiness and joy. He learned not to be too scattered; instead he focused.
You're going to be so moved and inspired after this conversation. You won't forget it.
More about Joe here:
Thrivers360 groups. We currently have 4 groups meeting on a weekly basis and would love to encourage people to attend two complimentary sessions. (thrivers360.com)
His book: How Entrepreneurs Thrive
You can find it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L37DN55/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1