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How To Make Failure Your Friend (A Lesson For Entrepreneurs)

Flip your “What IF” from a Negative to a Positive – Bond, The Ad Strategist

This episode is one of the rawest and most authentic interviews to date (it contains some swearing, so make sure the kids aren’t in the car). We go deep into what entrepreneurship is REALLY LIKE.

If you have been following this podcast for a while, you know how important mindset is to building a business. In today’s episode of The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast, Amanda Bond, better know as Bond, founder of The Ad Strategist, dives deep into her personal transformation, and how she allows her gut and passion to guide her business.

What was shocking to me, was the fact that after numerous failures, Bond kept going and has built one of the most reputable Facebook Ad management businesses in the space.

In the interview, Bond shares the story about how she bounced back from a $10,000 chargeback after completing 3 months of hard work (for those who are unfamiliar with a chargeback, the client basically makes a claim and their money is returned). For most people, that would have been the end of their business – they would have thrown in the towel.

Bond, shares how working on her mindset helped her embrace failure, and allowed her to survive those inevitable tough times in business.

If you want to connect with The Ad Strategist, the best place to do so is right here: https://www.facebook.com/theadstrategist/

 Bonus: 1 Crucial Buckets to Build a Business (check out their Facebook page for the full details).

  1. Pixel a Website
  2. Email
  3. Page Engagement
  4. Video Views (Bond’s current favorite)

 

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The Truth About Creating A Legacy

The Truth About Creating A Legacy

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #89 with Andy Amick, founder of Pale Spruce

If you want to create a legacy, dream big, work had, and be yourself

In just 25 minutes I learned how much we are capable of when we put our minds to it.

Andy Amick turned his love for mountain biking into one of the most interesting legacy building exercises I have heard.

As Andy’s passion for Mountain Biking grew, he discovered a race called “Tour Divide”, which is a 2,745 mile (4,418km) ride from Banff, Alberta to Antelope Wells, New Mexico. After a grueling 24 days, Andy completed the race at with countless stories to share.

What was unique about Andy’s story (aside from the run in with a Mountain Lion), was that Andy found it more challenging writing and publishing a book, then riding a bike for 24 straight days.

In addition to writing a book, and completing the “Tour Divide”, Andy has built an e-commerce business selling mountain bike specific first aid kits, along with a number of other great resources (find them here).

While Andy grew up in an entrepreneurial family, he did not inherit any of these natural traits. He is a software programmer by day and runs this business on the side as a legacy business he would like to pass on to his children.

So many industry giants are recognized for building billion dollar fortunes, having a fleet of jets, yachts, mansions, etc. We often fail to recognize the passion-preneurs who have built businesses that reflect who they are and the things they life – like Andy.

He has not only preserved his story in history by publishing a book but has built a set of products to help other mountain biking enthusiasts complete their race.

We all have a unique skill and passion that can be shared with the world. We just have to be willing to take the first step.

Read More about Andy Amick…

Until next week, I hope you find your passion, take action, and begin building the life of your dreams.

 

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Turn Your Power Into Profit

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #88 with Alex Barker

How To Turn Your Power Into Profit

From selling strollers and car seats to paying off his mortgage in 3 years, Alex Barker has mastered the side hustle…

Don’t forget family – 80% of your time with your kids will become before they are 18.

I knew from the moment Alex reached out to me on Facebook that we were going to have a great conversation.

Alex Barker is the founder of The Happy PharmD, which is a niche blog dedicated to helping pharmacists create a side hustle.

What I didn’t know about Alex, was the reason behind his businesses. Early in his pharmacy career, Alex and his wife had a burning desire to help other couples adopt. The challenge, as a pharmacist it would be very difficult for them to do this so Alex started his journey into entrepreneurship.

With very little business background, Alex started to buy and resell used baby strollers and car seats online. Realizing his limitations and wanting to help more people, Alex started his media company, began consulting, and now has created a number of courses to help pharmacists.

What you will learn in this episode of The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast:

  • How to create your side hustle
  • The importance of taking action
  • Why self-education is the best education
  • How to turn your powerful skillset into profit

How to connect with Alex Barker:

 

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Freedom Isn’t Free: Thank You To All Those Living A Life Of Service

I don’t have to tell you how fragile this precious gift of freedom is. Every time we hear, watch, or read the news, we are reminded that liberty is a rare commodity in this world. – President Ronald Reagan

Freedom isn’t free…

With Memorial Day around the corner, it is always a great time of year to show gratitude to those who have committed their careers to a life of service. There is no greater sacrifice than that of those who risk their lives to provide the very freedoms we often take for granted.

Below are 5 very distinct groups of people who live a life of service that I am incredibly grateful for:

  1. Men and Women Serving in the Armed Services
  2. Men and Women Serving as Police, Fire, and Paramedics
  3. Men and Women Serving in the Medical Field (especially Nurses)
  4. Men and Women Serving in Charity, especially the new wave of Entrepreneurs building Public Benefit Corporations (like Toms, Ten Trees, Patagonia, Quest Nutrition…)
  5. Moms! (The biggest life of sacrifice, and the reason the world keeps turning)

To all those who put themselves in harm’s way and choose to live a life of service – Thank You!

 

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How Losing It All, Helped Gain Everything

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #86

Heather Ann Havenwood, CEO of Havenwood Worldwide, LLC and Chief Sexy Boss shares her entrepreneur’s journey.

Heather Ann Havenwood, CEO of Havenwood Worldwide, LLC and Chief Sexy Boss, is a serial entrepreneur and is regarded as a top authority on internet marketing, business strategies and  marketing. Since marketing her first online business in 1999, bringing together clients and personal coaches, she has played an active role in the online marketing world since before most even had a home computer.

In 2006 she started, developed and grew an online information marketing publishing company from ground zero to over $1 million in sales in less than 12 months. Starting without a list, a product, a name or an offer, Heather Ann molded her client into a successful guru now known as an expert in his field.

Heather Ann has been named by a few as an ‘Icon Creator’ or the ‘Wizard Behind the Curtain’. She has instructed, coached and promoted hundreds of entrepreneurs leading them down the path to success. She has produced and managed over 350 seminars and events and hosted tele-seminars with many top online thought leaders such as Richard Flint, John Alanis, Susan Bratton, Alicia Lyttle, Tom Antion, Alex Mandossian, Legend Joe Sugarman, Anthony Blake, David Lakhani, Robert Shemin and many others.

Heather Ann currently is the Author of…Sexy Boss: How the empowerment of women is changing the Rule Book for sex, money and success (available on Amazon click HERE!)  and The Game of Dating and How to Play it: A rule book for divorced men stepping back into the game.

What you will learn in this episode of The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast:

  • The importance of the journey, not the destination
  • How to rebound after failure
  • Where to find opportunity
  • The importance of mindset to create success
  • How to become a Sexy Boss

Where to connect with Heather Ann Havenwood:

 

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The Secret to a Better Quality (and Quantity) Life

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #85

I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And whenever the answer has been “No” for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something. – Steve Jobs

What is a better quality life to you? More time with loved ones, more time to do the things you love, or both?

The bottom line, is we all want more time (quantity) to do the things we love with the people we love (quality).

The challenge, so few of us make the time to do those things.

Take this past weekend for example, what did you waste time on? Did you spend the weekend doing spring cleaning, mowing the lawn, or even worse, doing your taxes?

I have so much that I want to do. I hate wasting time. – Stephen King

If you did manage to spend it doing what you loved, did you feel overwhelmed when you got back home that there was a mountain of “to-do’s” that had been neglected?

Here is a really simple question I want to ask you (answer it honestly…)

How much time did you waste doing the things you hated doing this weekend, and what would you have rather been doing (write down the answer in the comments below).

Now, before I explain why that is important I want to share a little story with you…

A little over three years ago, my wife and I were blessed with our firs child, and a quick 18 months later our second. To say life was hectic would be an understatement.

Like most parents with young kids, our days were somewhat the same: early morning wake-ups, preparing meals, cleaning dishes, rushing out the door for work, only to rush home to get dinner ready, do some more dishes, baths, and bedtime. We would relax for an hour or so watching Suits, House of Cards, or Homeland (which is so addictive) while catching up on some work we missed trying to get home for dinner…

Sound familiar???

So when the weekends arrived, the last thing we wanted to do was clean our house. We wanted to do something fun, but the guilt of all the “stuff we had to do” would hang over us.

While we couldn’t really afford it – we decided to hire a cleaning service. This meant we would get back at least half a day on our weekends.

So back to my original point. What’s more important to you, a quality life, or quantity? This little investment in a cleaning service gave us both the quantity and quality time we needed!

I can imagine at this point, you’re probably having the exact same reluctance we had when it came to hiring someone to clean our house and many of you would probably argue that it is a huge waste of money.

Well here’s some simple math to consider…

The big problem too many of us have, is we have little to no respect for our time.

If you make $50,000/year, that is roughly equivalent to $25/hour. If it takes you 4 hours to clean your home top to bottom and you do it twice a month, it is, in fact, costing you $200/month (and for those who have kids know that it takes twice or three times as long to do anything).

I can tell you first hand that there are thousands, if not millions of ways to make an extra $100, $10,000 and event $100,000 per year on the side that will allow you to afford to live not only a better quality life but one with more quantity of the things you enjoy.

Here are 5 things you could do today to improve your quality (and quantity) of life:

1. Stop hoarding, start selling

How long are you going to hold on to your PS2, PS3, and XBox? The baby toys? Most importantly that collection of old phones? If you are looking for a cleaning service or a lawn care company, in most places you are looking for $150-400 per month depending on your home.

If you can find a way to sell $1,200 – $2,000 of junk, you’re more than halfway to buying back your quality and quantity of life.

2. Ask for a raise

For most people, talking about money, let alone asking for it, is one of their biggest fears. Think about ways you can provide more value to your employer. Make a proposal that you would like to do “X”, and in exchange for doing so you would like “$Y”. If your employer agrees, simply over deliver. Ramit Sethi has an awesome guide, where he breaks this entire process down, click here for the details:

[Related: Ramit Sethi’s Ultimate Guide to Asking For A Raise]

3. Cut wasteful spending

I’m not going to tell you to stop drinking Starbucks, that will be short-lived.  Consider the wasteful spending like the gym membership you signed up for 6 months ago and have been to twice. Take a close look at your credit card statement (especially from iTunes) – are there recurring membership charges from “trials” that renewed. Are you actually using your Amazon Prime membership? There are countless ways to curb your spending, but be realistic when making cuts. Find the things you do not actually use or enjoy, not the things like Starbucks and going out for lunch.

4. Barter

We all have a unique skill that we can exchange with someone. Find someone who values that service and exchange quid pro quo. For example, if you are a web designer, but hate yard work. Find a local lawn maintenance company and exchange your services.

5. Start a side business doing what you love

Just like bartering, everyone reading this has some unique skill they can share and charge for. I have interviewed 75+ people who all have built unique businesses or raised significant amounts of money by combining their passion and taking action. Below is a quick graphic summarizing one of my favorite visuals for finding your “Ikigai” (your ideal business). Once you have found that, you can reach out to your friends and family to ask how you can help. It may be as simple as helping tutor the kids of friends and family members on math, or English? If you want to do some freelancing work, you can use websites like UpWork of Fiverr.

I want to be clear, and this is the reason I left this as the last point. I do not suggest this option as a means to buy back your time as something that is simple. It takes a conscious effort to build a business, however, if your goal is to make an additional $1,250 – $1,500 you will have a lot more fun making money on the side doing what you love, to afford the better quality life, than undervaluing yourself and doing the chores you hate.

Source: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikigai

 

 

TL;DR – Here are the shortcuts to creating a better quality life:

Start valuing your time, and what it is worth. Here are 5 Things you can do to create a better quality and quantity of life:

  1. Sell your junk – use craigslist, eBay, Kijiji, or a Garage Sale – you’re goal is between $1,000 – $1,500
  2. Ask for a raise – find out how you can provide more value, over deliver, and ask for fair compensation
  3. Cut wasteful spending – get rid of unused memberships (like the gym you haven’t seen in 6 months)
  4. Barter – how can you exchange services to do more of what your life, in exchange for what you don’t (i.e. if you like woodwork, could you help someone build a deck?)
  5. Start a side business doing what you love – there are limitless opportunities to offer your own unique value to make an extra $100-200/month (tutoring, web design, photoshop, baking, etc.)

 

What’s next in creating a better quality life?

One of my favorite questions to ask guests, from billionaires to entrepreneurs just getting started is

“Do you remember the first dollar you made as an entrepreneur?”

Action Step: Write down the thing you wasted time on this weekend (or something you hate doing on a regular basis). Immediately below that, write down what you would have rather been doing.

Once you the two choices besides one another, you can make a clear choice on what you do next.

Do you invest in building a better quality of life, or do you continue to undervalue your time?

I hope this inspires your journey to earn your first dollar and being to build the life you want. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.

If you need help on coming up with an idea, or figuring out which part of your life to outsource first, leave it below.

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How To Change The World One Story At A Time

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #84

How To Change The World One Story At A Time with Nikki Groom

I refuse to accept defeat

One of my favorite questions to ask my guests is “If you could go back to the beginning of your journey, what advice would you give yourself?”…

Nikki’s answer was simple, “I wouldn’t”. She values the journey so much, that she would rather relive the entrepreneurial journey. She is now known for being a “message shaper for movement makers.”

NIKKI GROOM is a digital marketer, brand strategist, and content marketing expert for business leaders and entrepreneurs who want to build a successful business while making the world a better place.

She is the host of Movement Makers, a podcast featuring in-depth conversations and unfiltered stories from business leaders and entrepreneurs who are making a difference on the planet, and founder of The 100 Stories Worth Telling Project, which seeks to amplify the voices of women entrepreneurs all over the world.

Nikki is passionate about the power of storytelling as a way for thought leaders to humanize their businesses, build relationships with the people they most want to serve, and inspire readers into action. She is also a firm believer that all businesses should lead with empathy.

Throughout the interview, Nikki shares the importance of taking action, and how in each point of her journey the lessons she learned from jumping head first, led to massive growth, both personally and professionally.

What you will learn in this episode of The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast:

  • The importance of taking action
  • How to focus on your passion in order to change the world
  • How to go from your first client to a sustainable business
  • How to network, even as an introvert
  • Why you must teach what you need to learn

How to connect with Nikki Groom:

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The Secret Behind Disruptive Billion Dollar Businesses

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #83 with Jay Samit, Author of Disrupt You

There is a big difference between failure and failing.

“Jay Alan Samit is a dynamic entrepreneur and ‘intrepreneur’ who is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on disruption and innovation. He launches billion dollar businesses, transforms entire industries, revamps government institutions, and for over three decades continues to be at the forefront of global trends…(read more)”

A little over a week ago, I had shared one of the lessons from Disrupt You on Instagram, when Jay Samit reached out to me to say thank you. Less than a week later, I had the opportunity to interview him on The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast.

Through Disrupt You, Jay challenges readers to rethink their traditional approach to business and shatters any excuses that may be standing in your way. That advice is followed by tactical steps you can take today to being thinking like many of the billionaire entrepreneurs Jay has coached in his career.

One of the most simple, yet practical exercises he recommends is “to write down 3 problems you face every day. After a month, you have 90 ideas, and a theme will likely emerge. The bigger the problem, the bigger the opportunity.”

What really blew me away, was the way he reframed the solution, “when you don’t know how to solve that problem, find something that does…”

Steve Jobs didn’t know how to code, and he created the largest tech company in the world.

Here is an interview with Impact Theory where Jay Samit dives deep into his book:

What will you learn in this episode of The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast:

  • How to find a billion person problem (and a billion dollar solution)
  • How billion dollar businesses are built
  • The importance of hard work and patience
  • The difference between failing and failure
  • Why you should focus on the impact, not income

How to connect with Jay Samit:

More about Jay Samit:

Everyone from the Pope to the President calls on Samit to orchestrate positive change in this era of endless innovation.  Samit helped grow pre-IPO companies such as Linkedin and eBay, held senior management roles at Sony and Universal Studios, pioneered breakthrough advancements in mobile video, internet advertising, ecommerce, social networks, ebooks, and digital music that are used by billions of consumers every day.  Combining innovation with commercial success, Samit is the consummate dealmaker; his list of partners and associates reads like a who’s who list of innovators, including: Bill Gates, Steven Spielberg, Steve Jobs, Reid Hoffman, David Geffen, Richard Branson, Paul Allen, and Pierre Omidyar. A proven trend spotter, Samit accurately predicts the future because he is constantly working with those who create it (read more)…

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3 Keys to Scaling a Business: Money, Motivation, & Mindset

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #82

3 Keys to Scale a Business: Money, Motivation, & Mindset

I recently had an opportunity to speak at an AGM to help kick off a new business unit. During my research for the keynote, I looked how successful businesses were able to scale and the common traits behind their founders. After reviewing over 75 interviews and reading 50+ books on entrepreneurship, personal development, and motivation, I kept coming back to three simple principles: Money, Motivation, and Mindset.

Money

While there’s a constant argument over whether, or not, money can provide happiness – in business, it is essential for growth. If you look at the reasoning behind why most businesses fail, it is rarely from a bad idea. More often, it is a result of cash flow. Businesses either don’t have enough money to get started, or they grow too fast and can’t keep up – yes, they grow too fast!

So, as much as I like to talk about purpose and passion. It is fundamental to understand that in order for you to fulfill that purpose and live your passion, you need money.

Now, most will use that as an excuse to prevent them from starting a business. This is where “understanding money” becomes vital to your success as an entrepreneur. We all have access to money (or capital), here are a few examples:

  • OPM (Other People’s Money) – what companies have similar goals to you and how can you add value or partner [Suggested Reading: Disrupt You – there’s a whole chapter dedicated to this]
  • Part-Time Hustle – start your business on the side, or work a second job and keep your capital in your business [Suggested Reading: Shoe Dog – Phil Knight, Founder of Nike worked full time just to support Nike when it was getting started to keep money in the compay]
  • Grants – there are millions of dollars that go un-used. Research what grants or tax credits are available within your industry. There is a lot of funding for young entrepreneurs, women run business, minorities, and rural businesses
  • Traditional and Private Loans – there is no shortage of business loans available right now. These tend to have higher interest rates because of the inherent risks associated with a business. Make sure you talk to both a legal and fiduciary (professional money manager) before going down this road.
  • Venture Capital – if you can show a strong value proposition, there may be an opportunity to take on investors. The catch with doing so, you give up a portion of your company to gain the capital.
  • Friends and Family – This may be common in Silicon Valley, however, this is not something I would recommend. At the end of the day, family and friends are more valuable than any business.

Motivation

The majority of my posts, especially on Instagram (click here for the Daily Motivation), focus on motivation.

Motivation is the cause by two things, pain and pleasure. The more pain we experience the greater the need for change. The more gratifying the pleasure, the more we want to change. – Tony Robbins

Tony Robbin’s definition of motivation is one of the most simple and easily understood. Within the definition, he explains two subtle difference NEED and WANT. When a pain is great enough we NEED to change, however when the pleasure is great enough we WANT to change. There is a massive difference between a want and a need.

This is why, in order to scale a business, you need to understand the motivation, both for yourself and for your potential customers.

When you are solving a true “pain point” for a customer, the greater the pain, the greater the value of your solution and likely the greater the customer is willing to pay. However, when you are dealing with a “want”, your business will require significantly more money to create demand.

For example, in order to survive we NEED clean water to drink, however, we may WANT a $7 Blonde Vanilla Latte (with a teething child I might argue we need the caffeine to survive some days).

When you get really clear about the problem you are solving, it becomes much easier to acquire customers when your focus aligns with a true need. It will also empower you to continue and survive the difficult times (even when money seems scarce), which lead to the third principle, mindset.

Mindset

This year has been filled with underdog stories; Donald Trump winning the election, New England Patriot’s Heroic comeback win at the Super Bowl, and most recently Sergio Garcia’s win at The Masters.

One thing they all have in common: a belief they would win.

[Also Read: The Underdog’s Secret To Winning]

There is a mountain of research that supports positive thinking, and I have personally experienced the power a positive mindset has had. This past year alone, adopting a positive mindset led to interviews with three billionaire entrepreneurs and industry icons, which I previously would have never thought possible.

The hardest part about succeeding in any business is the leadership that is required in the hardest of times. The times when money is tight and the team is deflated. This is the time when your business will need that ‘Al Pacino, Any Given Sunday’ type pep-talk.

Motivation will become irrelevant, and money won’t matter if you don’t have the right mindset. The way you think is the difference between you succeeding and failing, “between winning and losing…” [in my best Al Pacino voice].

 No matter if you think you can or think you can’t you are right. – Henry Ford

I wish you all the best of luck in your entrepreneurial journey as you try to master money, motivation, and mindset.

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The Greatest Lessons in Entrepreneurship from Sergio Garcia’s Masters Win

The Happiness of Pursuit Podcast – Episode #81 Sergio Garcia’s Masters Win

The Greatest Lessons in Entrepreneurship from Sergio Garcia’s Masters Win

In an 18 year professional career, marked by four runner-up finishes, two of which were decided by playoffs, and years of criticism and personal struggle; Sergio Garcia finally won his first major at The Masters.

What was astounding about his win, wasn’t the years of heartbreak, or even the underdog story in itself, he was actually a favorite in most odds. It was the fact that Sergio Garcia never gave up, and not just in this tournament, but in his pursuit of a major championship.

Here is a quick snapshot of Sergio Garcia’s near Major Championship Wins:

Sergio Garcia Green Jacket

Sergio Garcia wearing The Green Jacket, 2017 Masters. Photo Credit, REUTERS/Brian Snyder

 

  • 1999 PGA Championship – finished second to Tiger Woods, but was made famous when he hit a miraculous blind shot with his eyes closed followed by a sprint and scissor kick to see where the ball had landed
  • 2007 Open Championship – led after all three rounds, made bogey on 18 to eventually lose to Pádraig Harrington in a 4-hole playoff
  • 2008 Tour Championship – after leading again in the final round, Pádraig Harrington came from behind to win by two, leaving Sergio Garcia in second again
  • 2014 Open Championship – finished second to a red-hot Rory McIlroy
  • 2017 Masters – won in a playoff over Justin Rose

Why was Sergio Garcia’s win at The Masters so important?

He proved two very important lessons for success: 1. You have to be in it for the long game, and 2. Never, ever give up.

Why you have to be in it for the long game

While life may seem “short” at times, we have an abundance of opportunity. No matter what your career may be, or what goals you have in life, there is actually a lot of time and ways to get there. Sergio Garcia has played in 73 Major PGA Tournaments and in 4 different times finished second.

There are two ways to look at this, either Sergio is cursed, or at some point, he is bound to win.

Phil Mickelson went through a similar criticism before he eventually won The Masters.

The fact of the matter is simple, the more times you put yourself in a position to win, the more likely you will succeed. For Sergio, he believed it was a matter of time, and at The 2017 Masters, he was right.

For you, regardless of your career, or business, you need to find ways to put yourself in the position to win. You won’t win all the time, and you’ll even lose some heartbreaking deals, but more often than not you will finish on top.

Why you should never, ever give up.

On the 13th hole at Augusta, Sergio Garcia hit his ball left of the creek into the trees. He was forced to take a drop and a penalty stroke. At that point in time, Justin Rose had a two-stroke lead, and by most odds, would likely be stretched to four-strokes after this hold.

Remarkably, Garcia made par and Rose three-putted for par. Garcia went on to birdie 14, and eagle 15. The momentum had switched.

Related: The Underdogs Secret To Winning

When you are patient and consistent, success is inevitable. The moment that you decide you are not worthy, or that the feat is impossible, you are right! When you grind, no matter the circumstances, eventually you will come out on top.

After 4 runner-up finishes, 37 major tournaments, and countless setbacks, Sergio Garcia finally won his major.

You too can win. The recipe is simple: be patient, consistent, and never give up, EVER!

 

 

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