Incredible Things Will Happen Today - Paul Gerardis
Howdy, howdy, howdy everyone, Tad Stephens on the Micro Success Secrets Podcast, where we focus on business psychology and marketing and how you can use that in your business daily and long term.
Today, I am fortunate to be talking with Paul Gerardis, who has been helping people with motivation, accountability, mental strength, and resilience for over 10 years. He's been the VP of an international multimillion dollar company successfully owned, operated and sold.
Paul has some amazing business successes and some spectacular losses. And he personally trained thousands of people to have motivation, accountability, middle strength, and resilient resilience. His passion is to help people live longer, happier, healthier, more fulfilled lives, to learn how to be motivated, stay accountable, and build mental strength and resilience.
- Thank you so much, Tad. That is exactly how I would like to be known for and that's what I'm looking towards in my long term goal, to make sure that I was a person that added value and helped people live a more fulfilled life and build that mental strength and resilience..
So today, what I wanted to talk about with you is basically how you got where you are, some of the bumps and trials and tribulations that you had along the way. And hopefully how people could maybe take inspiration from that in their own journey, and what they can take away with.
So what I usually like to start off with is if you could do anything different in your career path that you're on right now, if you could do one thing different that you really wished you'd done in another way? Do you have one thing that you would do differently?
- A great question. Because you don't want to live a life of regrets, you want to make sure that you're always learning, growing and pushing forward towards what you want, what your goals are, and that you're failing fast and doing all the right things. At the same time, if I had to learn more about investing and saving, that would have been definitely something I would have been more disciplined at. And not underestimating my value too. So those two things kind of come hand in hand in your might be underestimating your value. And at the same time, maybe you're not knowing what to do with those finances when you do start, you know making a good living or creating some savings.
Along the same lines, if you could look at your journey, and there's one super positive thing that happened where you look at everything that happened before it and everything that happened after it, do you have a defining moment or something that's just super positive that you can share?
- I think that one of the things that stood out is I started having what after you get married, and then you start having kids, then the unexpected challenges come up in life. And then you probably do for your family, your wife, your kids. And one of the things that I think that came out as a positive is that I could see that everything was figured out double. Alright, maybe that's not a word. But everything was like no matter how hard some of the challenges were, I was able to get through them and progress and learn from them.
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