No one is perfect. No one gets everything right all of the time (probably mostly not). Everyone messes up. Just because you see someone who is successful, doesn’t mean they never failed. They probably failed more than you, because they were willing to risk it.

Becoming successful at anything, is not about being perfect — but rather the willingness to work with your imperfection. To get comfortable with it. And do what needs to be done in spite of it.

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I went form being kicked out of the house at 17, sleeping on a park bench with less than $20 in my pocket - to becoming a world renowned modern martial arts coach, successful entrepreneur and author. What's your story?