This is piece of content I posted on Facebook yesterday. (You can follow me on Facebook here.) As you can see, it's a link to a post I wrote. The post was fairly long, fairly detailed and something I was happy with. Here are the stats it...

speaking Most people, dare I say 99% of them, ignore one part of their public speeches. Though it's a critical part, they overlook it. In fact, I guarantee that if you went to a conference last week or church last Sunday, you saw a speaker do exactly what I am talking about today. What is it? What do most people ignore?

Hands full of old bitterness are too full to hold new opportunities. Holding an old grudge leaves you incapable to hold new hope. If you lost this year, and we both did because losing is part of trying, let it go.

If you don’t want to throw up you’re so scared sometimes, you’re not chasing a dream. If you don’t look like a fool to people who don’t understand you, you’re not chasing a dream. If you don’t cry sometimes when everything falls apart, you’re not chasing a dream. If you don’t think you’re wildly unqualified to do what you’re trying to do sometimes, you’re not chasing a dream.

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