About Unlimited You
When I was 12 years old, my dad handed me a little magazine and asked me to read it. He said, “I think it will help.”
Surrounded as I was by a stack of homework, I wondered what he thought the little magazine would help. One thing I knew for certain was that it wouldn’t do my homework for me.
Little did I know that that little magazine would change my life and my view of the world forever. The articles, poems, and commentaries, even the ads in that little magazine reinforced my belief that anything I wanted to do with my life was possible.
My dad subscribed to that magazine throughout my teen and college years and I voraciously devoured every issue. Whenever I felt like I couldn’t do something or felt saddened by a disappointment, I would turn to that magazine for inspiration and it would provide the boost I needed to stand up, brush off my disappointment, and get back on track.
That’s what I hope Unlimited You will provide for everyone who reads this blog—a source of inspiration and guidance that will help you decipher the clues that life gives us and navigate any bumps in the road, so that you can live the life you dream of living, the life You Are Meant to Live, and thoroughly enjoy every moment.
Since that day when my dad gave me that little magazine that changed my life, I’ve coached more than 5000 people on how to live the life they are meant to live, including many of my school friends when I was in high school and college.
Countless others have read my articles and this blog. If you find something that is meaningful to you as you read Unlimited You, please let me know by leaving a comment. If you have a question or would like me to write about a specific topic, please leave a comment or email me directly. I will do my best to accommodate your request.
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