Hey, I’m here to tell you that I failed.
I failed so many times, and so many times, but it’s given me so much insight. And I’m half a century, over half a century now, so I’ve been around for a few years. I’ve seen a few things. I’ve made a few mistakes. I’ve disappointed a lot of people, and a lot of people have disappointed me. I’ve changed. I’ve grown. But at the end of the day, what I have done is, is I’ve continued to push the boundaries of what I believe is or isn’t possible when it comes down to myself or what I believe my brand needs to do.
So I think that all my failures and all the times that unfortunately I didn’t get it right, has made me a stronger person, has made me a more knowledgeable person. I think I’m happy enough in my own skin to understand and appreciate that, hey, we make mistakes. But at the end of the day, if you have done everything and you’re doing everything from a place of love and honesty, and you want to move forward, you want to grow, and you want to continue to do that, well, then at the end of the day, you shouldn’t or don’t necessarily have to apologize for that. And I think, at the end of the day, life throws things at you, and it’s just how you deal with it and how you look at what the solution is.
So I have, when it comes down to being an entrepreneur, I’ve learned so many things, and I’ve learned so many things from a selling point of view, from a marketing point of view, building brands and making connections, networking, going global, reinventing, coaching, mentoring, NLP. And I’m really looking at the market, or the industry, in this case in particular. Well, originally it was real estate, and now in particular it’s all around personal professional growth.
And also I’ve got an added value, I think, is the fact that I’m Spanish origin, so I’m Latino, and that gives me also passion in what I do, but it also gives me access to a completely bigger market than a lot of other people have. Someone said to me, “The difference between you and Tony Robbins is that you speak Spanish and he doesn’t.” Well, I think there’s a lot more differences than that, but I will say that obviously is an advantage, to be bilingual, and I know that that advantage is there for me, and I’m just literally starting to tap into that now.
I spent, when I wanted to get involved into personal professional growth, I knew that that’s what I wanted to do. I wanted to become an author for the Spanish speaking market. I got distracted in promoting Dr. Richard Bandler and Paul McKenna and running NLP Live Training, the largest NLP training organization, and then building The Best You, and then providing speakers, the English speakers, the platform for them to speak. So, but I’m just getting started on that now. I’m very excited in launching The Best You expo for the Spanish speaking market.
So the fact is, is that, look, if you’re looking at growing, evolving, changing, reinventing, there’s so much that I can do for you, that I could really, really, really fast forward everything that you’re trying to do, speed the whole process up, and make it happen now, quicker. And you will save so much time. You will save so much money. So if you’re interested in exploring and tapping into my expertise, if you’re interested in tapping into my massive list of connections, if you’re interested in taking advantage of my platform, I’ll give you the keys so you can drive along with me. It’s going to be an exciting and amazing journey.
I’m very, very excited about working and coaching with a group of people this year in 2020. I’m very, very excited of where the industry is going. I’m very excited about the virtuality. I’m very excited how I’m transitioning myself personally, because I’ve made a lot of big choices of big decisions in my life. I’ve carried on pushing, and I will continue to carry on pushing until the day I pop. But I don’t want to live a life of regrets, where basically I didn’t push as much as I could, and I would love to do the same for you, too. Push so you don’t reach the end of your life with a lot of regrets or things that you could have done or should have done, and didn’t do.
Thank you so much. Have a great day. May the best be with you.