I read recently that “there are no bad teams, only bad leaders.” Which makes think Okay, I am a leader, where can I not only confess that I’ve failed but where can I improve? Because ever leader will fall, but the strongest admit where they have fell short and look to improve. They don’t make excuses and they damn sure don’t blame others for their failures. Everyone is a leader in some capacity, be it in a family, a job whatever it is. It’s time to lead the way, forgetting what lies behind and pressing on toward the goal. Strive for excellence, strive to be better than you were yesterday. Don’t look down on others (that only makes you prideful and arrogant) but instead, learn to help others to their feet, help make others better. Show others that they can be better, why? If nobody else will, then who? Step up and get after it. Out!
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My name is Brandon Ryan, I am 36 years old and reside out of my Omaha, NE. I was born with cerebral palsy and have had the deck stacked against me since my very first breath. The very premise of my life has been overcoming obstacles and coming through great darkness. Doctors didn't I would amount to much, and teachers didn't think I was smart enough to graduate college. Now, I am a, college graduate (psychology major) published author, motivational speaker, certified fitness and nutrition coach and I also teach adaptive self-defense to people will a host of different abilities. I'm extremely passionate about helping those see, that they are stronger than you they know and that they can over come anything! View all posts by Brandon Ryan