Life is brimming with ups and downs, and while claiming to want to be happy, we frequently find ourselves pursuing the things and habits that bring us down. We welcome sadness into our lives, only to suffer quietly while everything crumbles around us. This is something that always occurs to you. This is something that only happens to you. Life despises you. Work despises you. Everything despises you.
What causes this to happen? Why do we become so stuck, and why do we appear to work so hard to keep ourselves displeased? It takes a Eureka moment, a coach, or an accident for us to look in the mirror and feel that something needs to change. We don’t have a strong enough desire to improve our lives, which is one of the reasons we don’t. Feel the anguish of how things are for us right now to the point that we want to wriggle in our seats before we do anything else physically.
When someone is too critical, it usually indicates that things aren’t going well in their own life. Projecting our unpleasant experiences onto the people and things around us makes us feel better (in the most superficial sense). Still, it also has an odd way of isolating us and making us even more miserable.
Life is complex, and certain actual and concrete parts might make us miserable. We might, for example, be suffering from severe depression. That is a legitimate reason to be dissatisfied, which is beyond our control. However, we do not have to let our sadness define us.
On the journey to reinventing and enhancing yourself, there are many obstacles down the road. Gerard Grogan‘s life is a suitable example to be discussed, taking into account the hardships he went through before becoming the person he is today. He is an author, transformational leader, and motivational speaker. He shares his personal experience and struggles and how he tackled them.
An online platform for authors, speakers, coaches, and trainers
Gerard Grogans founded Master Speakers Academy and Total Transformation Leadership academy. An online training platform for authors, speakers, coaches, and trainers who want to learn how to develop their message, establish their voice, and speak truthfully and authoritatively on stage like the greats. Gerard has spent hundreds of hours over the last ten years researching, evaluating, and understanding what some of the world’s finest speakers do regularly to make them the best at what they do. Gerard noticed that all outstanding presenters communicate with a natural structure and flow. And that you, too, can become a great speaker if you learn to follow their framework and emulate what they do.
The power of words
Gerard grew up in a big family with five boys and two daughters. Like most people, Gerard did not grow up in a stable family. He became the guy he is now due to abuse on all fronts, including psychological, emotional, and physical. Gerard recalls going to church with his grandmother when he was ten years old and being intrigued by how the preacher could drive a congregation into an emotional frenzy simply by utilizing the power of his words and wondering how he might learn to do the same.
Taking a lesson from the hardships
Gerard is also thankful for his hardships in life since they make him more passionate and caring. Gerard has dedicated his life to assisting others in overcoming the mental hurdles and restraints that prevent them from reaching their greatest potential and living meaningful lives. Grogans have a fresh perspective on suffering from growing up in the middle of mental and bodily anguish. It helped him learn the skills and tactics he needed to help people change, grow, and transform themselves. He learned to control his psychology and mindset to become the powerful speaker and thought leader he is today.
A journey of self-discovery and transformation
Gerard realizes that much of his unconscious programming and training pushed him to live the life he did. And he learns that it is totally up to him to improve his life and reality. And it all starts with deciding to be someone else. So Gerard embarked on self-discovery and transformation, uncovering six principles to help you become the best version of yourself possible.
Gerard discovered a system that he believes could help anyone remove the mental and emotional blocks and barriers that are keeping them from reaching their full potential after studying hundreds of self-help and personal development books on hypnosis, neurolinguistic programming, neurogenesis, and how to change one’s brain, which he wrote in a step-by-step process he describes in his new book called. “The Blueprint: How to Recreate Your Life in Six Simple Steps.”
In his book, Gerard Grogans stresses upon the reader to discover their best version, emphasizing that everyone is born with incredible gifts from God. And on the journey of life, for some unfortunate set of circumstances, these gifts are washed away like a castle built upon a sandy beach.