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One Arm But Not Unarmed

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74 pages1 hour

Summary

I experienced a life-altering event when I was 22, which resulted in the loss of my arm. As a result, I made a series of bad decisions that affected me, my family, and my friends in ways I regretted for a long time. I slowly realized that one day I would have to create my own change or life would not get better. When one day became my day one, I took responsibility for my life and decided to be better, not bitter. I realized that focusing on losing my arm was keeping me from focusing on the good things in my life. I took action using a 5-step process, which I now use to help others discover how to be better versions of themselves.


Everyone experiences peaks and valleys in the course of a lifetime. Some peaks are heavenly, and some valleys are hell. How you manage those peaks and valleys is what matters in the long run. The decisions you make and the actions you take will determine whether you stay on the peak or dwell in the valley. Are you ready to make good decisions, transform your life from the emotional stress of dramatic peaks to valleys to the more peaceful and fulfilling ebb and flow that can come from knowing and living your purpose? Are you ready for one day to become day one?

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