25 Jun


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"Let your dreams be bigger than your fears and your actions louder than your words." - Christine Caine

Truth be told, I was the last human being to hold out on buying what was popular at times. I probably thought to myself, “Let them work out the quirks, and then it will be safe to buy it.”

In fact in those days, I might have been the last person to show up at Best Buy to buy a VCR.


Then when the iPhone came out, I thought again, “I’ll just hang onto this flip phone until Mr. Jobs clears all the bugs and its safe to buy.”


What was I doing?

Playing it safe.

Then I met Bob Proctor and everything changed.

Now I know better so here it is.

Your X factor is that controlling, dictatorial, manipulative and scheming psychological mechanism in everyone’s personality that prevents you from nurturing what you really want to do with your life.

You need to nurture your seed, as awareness is your only defense.

Awareness provides you with that sixth sense that leads and guides you towards intelligent and proactive decisions.

You nurture your seed by taking calculated risks and not by merely playing it safe in your white picket fence.

Risk is the realization that you can be, do, or have more in your life. This risk allows you to investigate and explore all possible options that allow you to grow as a valuable, nurturing and contributing individual.

Risk allows you to understand that success is a two-sided coin that has failure on the other side. You cannot have one without the other.

How would you know a great paycheck from a bad paycheck if you didn’t experience one or the other?

 When you risk, you open all types of possible opportunities that would be sadly missed.

Stop being afraid of what could go wrong and instead start being positive and proactive about what could go right.

No one owes you anything in this life.

You owe yourself everything.

Take full responsibility and step up to the plate of life.

Many would love to but don’t think that they have what it takes.

It’s only those people that represent 3% of the planet that know what they want, know that they can achieve it and clearly understand that the only path towards achieving it is to do what it takes.

This is called mental toughness.

No excuses.

No alibis.

No chameleon acts.

No nothing.

Only results.

Results will never lie.

Make it happen for you and your loved ones.


Right now!

It’s been waiting for you a long time.

Carpe Momentum

Coach Franco Cianflone


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