In today’s episode…
After my time in the NFL and being a part of Super Bowl XXXVI (2002, Patriots and yes we won) I retired the following year and found myself financially broke.
I jumped into the mortgage industry and within a few short years found myself prospering more than I could possibly imagine.
With the new cars, home on the hill and real estate around the country, I felt untouchable. But I was still empty.
I knew I had more to do with my talents and gifts than to just push mortgages and real estate.
I walked away and then felt the hard effects of the collapse back in 2007-2008.
What do I do?
I would use this time to sharpen my skills, refine my talents and become sharper than ever.
Post football career, I learned a vital difference between Scarcity, Abundance and Prosperity, sending me on a path of self-discovery and found a way to bring value to people by coaching men and women in business but more so in their lives.
In scarcity, people are used in order to make money, while in the game of prosperity, people are seen as having value.
We need to shift from the entitlement mentality of living off of the wealth of the producers, which requires a Revolution.
We are created to be more.
You are created to be MORE!
In prosperity, the purpose of life is EXPANSION and VALUE CREATION.
As William Wallace stated in the movie Braveheart,
“Everyone man dies, but not every man lives.”
* Am I awake to the countless possibilities of prosperity around me today?
* “Who do I need to become today to prosper at the highest levels for my life?
* What resources do I need to use to prosper?”
Once you pull yourself out of the scarcity mindset and into one of abundance, your entire world will shift.
This is the Prosperity Revolution, a daily podcast that will help you revolutionize your personal world which will allow you to then change your outer world.
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The Revolution Has Begun.
Setema Gali – The Reverend of the Revolution
Daily Revolution Scripture:
“Howbeit I believed not the words, until I came, and mine eyes had seen it: and, behold, the half was not told me: thy wisdom and prosperity exceedeth the fame which I heard.” 1 Kings 10:7