Gary Greeno

Professional Keynote Speaker, Author, Coach, Educator

Are you growing?

In a world that is constantly changing, having a growth mindset is essential to success.  The COVID Pandemic is leading the way by stifling the growth and progress of many people.  Don’t be one of them.  If you are not growing, then you are dying – there is no staying the same – and no matter what your situation there are opportunities for growth.

Here’s how to grow through what you go through:

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Life is what you make it.

Life is what you make it.

Yes, even in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the quality of your life is not in your circumstances, it’s not in what you can or cannot do, it’s not a result of how much is in your bank account, or anything else.

The quality of your life is the quality of your thoughts, attitudes, and actions. This is so important to understand because this means that when things all around you are spinning out of control, YOU are still in control of your life.

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“Are you focused on the prize or the process?”

What goal have you been working towards?  Has this current world situation of COVID-19 put things on hold?  Has it been hard to get to the results you wanted?  Like nearly everyone, you have experienced setbacks, pain, and frustrations.

I want you to consider the PRIZE and the PROCESS.

The difficulty you are experiencing in the pursuit of your goal is normal.  Pain, adversity, and failure are just a part of the process that you must go through…even extreme difficulty like business and gatherings being shut down, and the world being turned upside down because of a virus.

Focus on the PROCESS rathe than the PRIZE.

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5 Powerful Reasons Why You Should Believe in Yourself during COVID-19

Do you believe in yourself?  Do you have confidence in your abilities? Do you believe you can navigate through this crazy time period?

Maybe you have a dream of something you want to do…or something you want to become, but you are just not sure if you have it in you to pull it off.  And in the midst of these crazy and unpredictable days you are questioning yourself now more than ever.

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5 ways to make adversity your advantage

“When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.”
-Henry Ford

Remember this quote the next time you are facing a difficult situation.  It’s only when the wind is against the plane that it is able to take off and soar.  This is also true in our own lives. 

You’re true character shows when you’re facing adverse circumstances.  When you feel beat up and beat down, that’s when you remind yourself that this is your time to shine.  It’s time to turn this adversity into your advantage.  Here’s how:

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Chase significance rather than success.

“Try not to become a person of success,
but rather try to become a person of value.”
Albert Einstein

Chase significance rather than success by adding value to others. Here are 7 ways how.

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MLK JR. | Martin Luther King

11 Martin Luther King Quotes to help you live courageously in 2020

1) If you cannot fly then run, if you cannot run then walk, if you cannot walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving.

2) Faith is taking that first step even when you don’t see the entire staircase.”

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One degree can make all the difference!

Success is about making small adjustments.   

In 1983 Korean Airliner 007 took off from from New York City headed to Anchorage Alaska and then on to Seoul Korea.  When the plane took off from Anchorage, there was an error of about 1 degree in the flight plan, and that 1 degree difference had a huge impact on that flight and the fate of the 269 people on board. 

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Be thankful in all circumstances.

Be thankful in all circumstances. Not FOR them…but IN them!

Today in America, we celebrate Thanksgiving.  We take a day to pause, reflect, and give thanks for all that we have been blessed with. 

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What you feed grows, what you starve dies

One of my favorite tales is of an old Eskimo fisherman who owned two dogs.  One was a black dog, the other was white.  He trained these two dogs to fight on command and on Saturday’s he’d take his two dogs to the town square to fight.  The townspeople would gather around and he would always take bets as to which dog would win the fight.

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