“I am just an ordinary man that has been observing mankind for many years through the eyes of a father, a CEO, and a member of my community. Throughout my experiences, I have noticed the formation of two distinct, yet popular camps of belief.
The first camp I’ll call the camp of ignorance. The members of this camp just don’t know what they don’t know. They are taking on an uncertain world with one hand tied behind their back, and they don’t even know it. Members of this camp are caring less about things that are important to living a life, and instead feel accomplished with merely surviving a life. They are becoming cynical, careless, and of victim mentality. There is no consciousness to creating a body of work, but rather bouncing from one dead end to another doing random piecework, where none of pieces fit anywhere in their future. Even their health is an afterthought, if even a thought at all. The gravity of the camp of ignorance is strong, and it’s real. Sadly, it is the first thing that many will experience in future generations.
Members of the second camp, which I’ll call the camp of hope, want more than life itself to create a body of work—a legacy—and no random piecework is of interest if it doesn’t fit into their life’s dreams. These are the people that know and understand they have a purpose to discover, create and fulfill. They come to know themselves in the deepest way possible, where the slightest alterations tailor their rise to greatness. Their presence can be felt more than heard. Just the way they’re being supersedes anything they know or say. They understand how to live their life by design, rather than default. From the camp of hope aspire today’s leaders, tomorrow’s hope, and the growth and betterment of mankind. These are the people that other people want to marry, make babies with, and go into business with. The party doesn’t start until they arrive.
Join me at the U of YOU as we strengthen and build the camp of hope on this planet. It’s never too late. Our professional skills, relationship skills and leadership skills will never exceed our personal development. To create more, we must be more. I invite you to have your moment, exclusively through the U of YOU experience. It will be an honor to be your host.”