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The Law of Process

“Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of


the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.” 

- 1 Corinthians 15:58 ESV


A couple of years back, I embarked on a journey to rekindle joy in life. I had transitioned my former hobbies into career pursuits during the previous ten years. These once-enjoyable pastimes morphed into work. Seeking a fresh source of passion, I turned to the hobbies my friends enjoyed and settled on becoming a football fan—or, as it's internationally pronounced, FUTBALL. This marked a significant shift for me, considering I had previously harbored disdain for the sport.


I stumbled upon a fervently passionate world, far more enthralling and intense than I had imagined. Soccer boasts an illustrious history and enjoys global adoration, including an expanding fanbase in America.


My newfound interest caught the algorithms' attention, subtly steering soccer-related content into my digital orbit. While browsing Netflix, a documentary on soccer legend David Beckham materialized before me one day.


David's life story proved to be nothing short of extraordinary. A man unwavering in his convictions, he pursued life with unyielding determination. During his tenure at Real Madrid, which could have been a pinnacle in his career, he found himself at odds with coaches and relegated to the bench. Yet, instead of succumbing to despondency or seeking an exit, David persevered. Day after day, he showed up, pushing himself through rigorous workouts despite being separated from team activities. His unwavering resolve and relentless preparation eventually won over his coaches. This culminated in a remarkable turnaround for Real Madrid, and with a six-month turnaround, David led the team to a La Liga title.

David Beckham exemplified a steadfast commitment to his process. Regardless of the obstacles hurled his way, he remained resolute in his dedication to excel at his passion.

Leaders cultivate and implement processes to foster improvement. Once established, these processes can be adopted by others to propel their own journeys.

By reading these blogs and lanes, you were doing exactly that. You are learning our processes so that you can implement them and improve yourself and the world around you.


Go, outlive your limits!


P.S. It would be my honor to serve as your coach. Please contact me to set up a discovery session!

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