Life Coaching

“There’s a redemptive power that making a choice has, rather than feeling like you’re at effect to all the things that are happening. Make a choice—just decide what’s it’s going to be, who you’re going to be, and how you’re going to do it.”

What’s your decision?

What are you going to create?

Who are you going to be?

How are you going to do it?

My experience through life thus far has taught me one life-shattering and future-altering truth…

I am creation and creator…

And that I’m one decision away from creating anything I desire.

One decision is all it takes to begin today to live differently—to live a different and more fulfilling life.

When is NOW the best time to change?

When I do get to a point at which I’m done playing small, done dealing with all the nonsense, done living this limited life based on limiting beliefs?

To be completely honest, when I look at my own life lately I think to myself, “In every way, I’m limited. I could be doing so much more.”

Within the Rebel brand, Rebel Rule #1 is “I have decided to make an impact on the world NO MATTER WHAT.”

“Making an impact” has different meanings for different people, but basically it means that you’re committed to achieving your goals—whatever they are.

“No matter what” is a powerful attitude and affirmation because it leaves no room for going back—it’s about burning all bridges of possible retreat…

I’m going to be successful in the end NO MATTER WHAT. That’s it. There’s no other way. There’s no backup plan. I don’t give my mind a chance to convince me of something different.

And “I have decided” is the ultimate truth about the nature of our reality…

WE are in charge…

I get to decide, as Will Smith says, on what’s it’s going to be, who I’m going to be, and how I’m going to do it.

That’s it. There’s nothing else. It’s very simple.


To be completely honest again, when I look at my own life lately, I think to myself, “I created all of this. Nothing outside of me created it. Everything I see is a reflection of what my mind created through my consistent thoughts, feelings, and actions.”

And this can be good news and bad news.

There’s a great why statement I created earlier this year after reading Simon Sinek’s book, “Start With Why.”

I use the statement to drive my actions both in my personal as well as professional life.

It’s this…

“Life’s too short to keep f*cking around.”

So what am I willing to do differently? What am I willing to give up to go up? What am I no longer going to tolerate?

Ask yourself these powerful coaching questions regularly, and watch your life transform before your eyes.