I don’t believe everyone is capable of reaching their dreams. Many try, few succeed.

I do, however, believe everyone has untapped potential within themselves.

A potential to uncover a life with more opportunities, freedom, and fulfillment. A life worth living. A life one can be proud of at the end of their days.

It’s my job to tap into people’s well of potential and extract this life for them.

That’s why I created SHRPA. It’s not for everyone, but for a few, it may be their way to mine the depths of their potential and finally live the life they want.

Stop fooling yourself, there’s no way you are going to “make it” alone

The self-made man is a myth. Whoever perpetrated this myth sought to divide and squash any progress in this world.

The same applies to our lives. Coming from a known introvert, we need people in our life to move it forward. As much as we think we can rely on grit and determination, we simply cannot survive alone.

Everest is not impossible to climb. However, it’s virtually impossible to climb completely solo.

Every climber who attempts to ascend Everest relies on a network of support, both on and off the mountain, to reach the summit. Doctors, cooks, sherpas, guides, coaches, and fellow climbers all play a role in the expedition.

Each of us has an Everest in our life. A goal, project, or lifestyle can all represent a summit we hope to reach. But few of us go after it. And many more go after it alone, and fail.

So why then are we so afraid of working together to reach our summits?

I propose a solution: Build a community of goal-getters

My personal Everest is to build a community of goal-getters who work together to create a positive environment where everyone thrives going after their goals.

I dream of an eclectic mix of entrepreneurs, artists, chefs, writers, athletes, and the occasional circus clown all working together.

With mastermind groups, one-on-one mentoring, community webinars, and a plethora of shared knowledge at their disposal, anything is possible.

But finding this community is a challenge.

Many people say they want to make something of their life. but lack the work ethic to make anything happen. Others will look to take advantage of such a community and seek only to serve themselves.

Few, however, are ambitious enough to go after their own goals but generous enough to help others along the way.

These are the people we need to bring together.

Are you a good fit?

If you answer Yes to at least 7 of the following 10 questions, let’s talk.

  1. Have you recently gone through a major life transition? (New job, graduation, break up, etc.)
  2. Do you watch/read motivational content online hoping it will give you inspiration to do something with your life?
  3. Are you familiar with at least one of these people: Gary Vaynerchuck, Tony Robbins, DJ Khaled, Kayla Itsines, James Altucher or Elon Musk.
  4. Do you consider your current situation in life temporary?
  5. Have you been able to accomplish smaller goals in the past but still struggle to conquer your Everest?
  6. Do you follow at least one of these Medium publications: The Mission, The Coffeelicious, Personal Growth, Creatomic, or Be Yourself?
  7. Are you afraid of your future if you don’t take action now to shape it?
  8. In the past 6 months, have you started a Google search with the words why can’t I…?
  9. Does the opportunity to work with inspirational, motivated, and driven individuals excite you?
  10. Do you believe, no matter your age, financial situation, experience, or past, that you can change your life for the better (with a little support, accountability, and motivation)?

If you answered Yes to 7 (heck even if it was just 5) questions above, please schedule 15 minutes for us to chat. You might be a perfect fit for SHRPA’s next Xpedition.



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