Greetings my friend, at this point in February it’s winter in San Diego and the rains have finally come. It’s a welcome sight compared to the cold temperatures we’ve been experiencing. Of course, cold is pretty relative, I get cold when it drops below 70 degrees, but if you live in the Midwest or on the East Coast you’re probably laughing at me.
The interesting thing about rain and snow is that they can be interpreted as either a burden or a benefit depending on your mindset or attitude towards life. One of the biggest realizations I’ve had in my life is that happiness and success is completely dependent on your mindset and what you focus on moment by moment, so something as little as the weather can make a huge difference in your overall results in life. So here’s a question: What do you think when it rains or snows?
And in life, this rain or snow could also be representative of the barrage of challenges in life we deal with. Are they food for growth and expansion or just problems to be avoided? For example, the recent Parkland High School shooting in Florida was brutally tragic. But this tragedy awoke the courage of many students and inspired them to march, lobby for gun control, and speak out against violence. What you do when it rains is so crucial to the outcome of your life that I created a Master training called “The Winner’s Mindset” and I’ll be offering it as part of my upcoming album release.
With that, please allow me to boost your life with a fancy acoustic cover of a classic Jamiroquai song Alright. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.