Operation Self Reset With Jake Nawrocki

How do I turn my life around? Why can’t I get ahead? What exactly do I need to do to be happy and content in life?

If you’re searching for answers to any of these questions—or dozens of others like them—keep going. You won’t find them in this book. In fact, you won’t find them in any book, because, quite simply, there are no easy answers. You have to work to find them—and the answers are different for each individual.

No Easy Answers is Barry Mangione’s highly personal, profoundly inspirational account of how he transformed his life and went from being depressed, divorced, bankrupt, alcoholic, and on the verge of suicide to being a happy and successful husband, father, artist, and advocate.

He offers his story as a source of hope and guidance, not as a step-by-step process or as the answer or secret to happiness. His story is framed around the questions that helped him transform himself and his life. By asking yourself these questions, you can begin to gain the self-awareness you need to achieve self-improvement.

Emphasizing honesty, responsibility, and personal empowerment, this book helps you ask the questions with which to begin transforming your own life.

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Jim Palmer is a marketing and business building expert and host of Newsletter Guru TV and Stick Like Glue Radio.  He is known internationally as ‘The Newsletter Guru’- the go-to resource for maximizing the profitability of customer relationships. He is the founder and President of Custom Newsletters, Inc., parent company of No Hassle Newsletters, No Hassle Social Media, The Newsletter Guru’s Concierge Print and Mail on Demand, Magnetic Attraction and Retention Training Program (MARS), Success Advantage Publishing, Double My Retention, Stick Like Glue Radio, and Newsletter Guru TV.

Jim is the acclaimed author of

Jim was also privileged to be a featured expert in The Ultimate Success Secret, Dream, Inc., ROI Marketing Secrets Revealed, The Barefoot Executive, and Boomers in Business.

Jim Palmer speaks and gives interviews on such topics as newsletter marketing, client retention, how to build a profitable business and how to achieve success.

Jim is a cancer survivor, has been married for thirty-three years, has four grown children and an awesome grandson. He lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania with his wife, Stephanie, their cat Serendipity, and Toby the marketing dog. Jim and Stephanie love to kayak, travel, and spend time with their family.

 

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Until my late 20s, I felt like I had been fighting my whole life. Brought up on the south side of Johannesburg, in South African government housing (similar to “the projects” in the USA), I learned early on that what really mattered was not how smart you were, but whether you were tough enough. Growing up, I often felt trapped in a really bad nightmare — and I waUntil my late 20s, I felt like I had been fighting my whole life. Brought up on the south side of Johannesburg, in South African government housing (similar to “the projects” in the USA), I learned early on that what really mattered was not how smart you were, but whether you were tough enough. Growing up, I often felt trapped in a really bad nightmare — and I wanted to wake up.

But tough times build strong character, and I was determined to survive the school bullies and the mean streets of my neighborhood. That’s how I discovered martial arts, and set the course for the rest of my life. If I hadn’t started training in karate and boxing, I wouldn’t be standing today in front of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and other success-minded people . . . coaching them on how to tap into their inner game.

Things turned rough in my teens. My abusive, alcoholic mother kicked me out of the house at 17 and, as a result, I never finished high school. I found myself sleeping on the streets with less than $20 in my pocket — yet today I consult with leaders of industry, train top security forces, and run my own international business. Martial arts taught me to be resilient, to embrace my fears, to develop laser-like focus, and to never give up. Having developed those qualities (I had to!), I went back to school, put myself through college, and currently completing my Ph.D in Embodied Leadership.

nted to wake up.

But tough times build strong character, and I was determined to survive the school bullies and the mean streets of my neighborhood. That’s how I discovered martial arts, and set the course for the rest of my life. If I hadn’t started training in karate and boxing, I wouldn’t be standing today in front of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and other success-minded people . . . coaching them on how to tap into their inner game.

Things turned rough in my teens. My abusive, alcoholic mother kicked me out of the house at 17 and, as a result, I never finished high school. I found myself sleeping on the streets with less than $20 in my pocket — yet today I consult with leaders of industry, train top security forces, and run my own international business. Martial arts taught me to be resilient, to embrace my fears, to develop laser-like focus, and to never give up. Having developed those qualities (I had to!), I went back to school, put myself through college, and currently completing my Ph.D in Embodied Leadership.

Until my late 20s, I felt like I had been fighting my whole life. Brought up on the south side of Johannesburg, in South African government housing (similar to “the projects” in the USA), I learned earlUntil my late 20s, I felt like I had been fighting my whole life. Brought up on the south side of Johannesburg, in South African government housing (similar to “the projects” in the USA), I learned early on that what really mattered was not how smart you were, but whether you were tough enough. Growing up, I often felt trapped in a really bad nightmare — and I wanted to wake up.

But tough times build strong character, and I was determined to survive the school bullies and the mean streets of my neighborhood. That’s how I discovered martial arts, and set the course for the rest of my life. If I hadn’t started training in karate and boxing, I wouldn’t be standing today in front of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and other success-minded people . . . coaching them on how to tap into their inner game.

Things turned rough in my teens. My abusive, alcoholic mother kicked me out of the house at 17 and, as a result, I never finished high school. I found myself sleeping on the streets with less than $20 in my pocket — yet today I consult with leaders of industry, train top security forces, and run my own international business. Martial arts taught me to be resilient, to embrace my fears, to develop laser-like focus, and to never give up. Having developed those qualities (I had to!), I went back to school, put myself through college, and currently completing my Ph.D in Embodied Leadership.

y on that what really mattered was not how smart you were, but whether you were tough enough. Growing up, I often felt trapped in a really bad nightmare — and I wanted to wake up.

But tough times build strong character, and I was determined to survive the school bullies and the mean streets of my neighborhood. That’s how I discovered martial arts, and set the course for the rest of my life. If I hadn’t started training in karate and boxing, I wouldn’t be standing today in front of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and other success-minded people . . . coaching them on how to tap into their inner game.

Things turned rough in my teens. My abusive, alcoholic mother kicked me out of the house at 17 and, as a result, I never finished high school. I found myself sleeping on the streets with less than $20 in my pocket — yet today I consult with leaders of industry, train top security forces, and run my own international business. Martial arts taught me to be resilient, to embrace my fears, to develop laser-like focus, and to never give up. Having developed those qualities (I had to!), I went back to school, put myself through college, and currently completing my Ph.D in Embodied Leadersh, I have taught special-force military operators and law enforcement officers how to develop an unstoppable mind, needed for success on the battlefield, or on city streets, and how to survive when all else fails. You see, I did wake up from that nightmare. What I learned on the mat as a martial artist, helped me not only take on those tough, mean streets of Johannesburg, but it empowered me to take on life, full throttle, and to succeed.

What I learned, and what I teach my clients today, may surprise you. Being tough is not about aggression, violence, or killer instinct. In fact, everything I teach is the complete opposite: it’s about having a Buddha mind, and a Warrior body — Zen in the midst of chaos. Most important it works! It worked for me, and it works for my clients not only on the dojo floor, but in their lives and careers. My website is not only about the hard-learned lessons that allowed me to become a successful martial artist, coach, and entrepreneur — but also how it can enable anyone (hopefully you the reader) to successfully take on the martial arts of everyday life and win.

My motto has always been: “Performance is performance” — meaning it doesn’t matter whether it is in the ring, where “performance” shows up as self-defense, in the boardroom during tough negotiations, or, indeed, at home dealing with everyday domestic challenges (I now often find myself negotiating with my teenage son).

The ingredients for successful performance — in all areas of life — transcend the situation. The “inner tools” that shape success are perennial and universal. That’s what I discovered as I struggled to survive on the mean streets, and then developed into a system to help myself and my clients thrive, as we face the inevitable challenges of today’s competitive world. This is what this website is about!

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101 Find your Zen, The Utopia Life

You’re here because you believe that dreams are worth pursuing.

Perfect. I think you’ll enjoy the site and content, because that’s what drives me. I believe a meaningful life is one of progress, growth, and iteration—from one good thing to another.

And if you don’t share that perspective, I hope you’ll come to embrace it while you’re here.

My parents are the bravest people I know, fleeing Vietnam when I was 6-months-old. We made it to refugee camp in Indonesia before being accepted into Australia. They were striving for a better life; for happiness, for meaning—for a utopian life.

That’s the heart-beat of our human experience. I’m passionate about sparking and sustaining that pursuit in your life.

My journey has included representing Nova Scotia at the National Canadian Rugby Championships; a chef at a 5-Star hotel in Brisbane and fine-dining establishment in Texas, where I also finished my BA in Humanities; and an international Muay Thai athlete living in Thailand for 18 months.

Currently, I’m completing my Masters in Psychotherapy, so consider this site your free psychotherapy session.

I want to leave you with the question that drove my parents to flee Vietnam, and the question that has fueled my journey: What does Your Utopian Life look like?

Confronting that question is the start of an amazing journey for you. That’s the mission of this site; that you would dream, believe, create, and succeed toward your utopia.

 

Find out more at Theutopianlife.com

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How to live an outstanding life.  It starts with you dont live a poor, good, great, or excelent life.  The onely one to live is Outstaning!!

 

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