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February 07th 2014:Work Arounds When Life Knocks You Down

When you live your life BIG, you will get knocked around many times. It is not how you get knocked around or knocked down that counts. What counts is how you get up. How do you think about both success and failure? Do you believe that you need to have one on order to have the other? In this episode of Little Conversations Today Josh Hinds author of It’s Your Life Live BIG shares how we can use a method he coined “The Work Around” to reach our true hearts desires. Then as we get our work arounds completed Ian Humphrey will discuss how we can get up after life knocks us down. Using our “little c

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Josh Hinds

Starting out in 1996, with little more than the idea of creating a way in which he could share the messages of the same speakers, authors, and thought leaders from the motivation, personal development, and business success industry which had been so instrumental in his own life, Josh Hinds set out and literally helped to transform and bring the personal development industry online — while at the same time creating a platform by which those from all over the world could have access to important life changing thoughts and ideas from leading speakers, authors, and experts in the areas of motivation and business success no matter where in the world they happened to live. What is often taken for
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Ian J. Humphrey

Youth Motivational Speaker, Ian J. Humphrey was one of the lucky ones… even though it certainly didn’t seem so at first. As a child, he faced his own series of difficult circumstances, from losing his mother at an early age and never truly knowing his own derelict father, to living in foster care and spending his adolescence in the rough parts of South Central LA. At 19, he succumbed to the negative voices that had always said he would be “just like his father,” committing a crime and being sentenced to 15 years in prison. So far it doesn’t sound too lucky, right? But everything changed when one person―the first person in his life to do so―saw the potential for good in him.While Ian was in
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