Life is full of problems and challenges, but these do not have to define who you are and what you can be. Remember that “you are not a victim” and move forward with that mindset. In this episode, Daniel and Christopher Rausch, “The No Excuses” Coach, will guide you through a path of self-love, self-discovery, resilience, and taking ownership of your life. Learning to accept what life has presented and embracing change will transform you and make you ready to live an excellent life! There’s no easy journey towards success and happiness. You just need to decide what kind of life is right for you. So what’s your choice going to be?
About Christopher Rausch:
Christopher Rausch is debatably the world’s most effective and impactful UNSTOPPABLE ‘No Excuses’ coach, speaker, workshop facilitator, retreat leader whose life apprenticeship of the victim to victor is nothing short of miraculous and surely inspiring!
Today, as an international keynote speaker, Rausch captivates and enthralls audiences with his story and then empowers them to accept what life has presented, embrace change and take action – personally & professionally. His commitment and credibility are indisputable as he so obviously lives his message. People leave awe-inspired and motivated to take action regardless of perceived obstacles!
Rausch shares his unforgettable story and proven strategies through his proprietary education entitled ‘KICKASS Guide to Life’, as a complete guide to living and leading the best ‘KICKASS’, life possible. Imagine the impact of his wisdom on your organization as he compassionately guides each person through the journey of self-transformation.
Rausch has earned a reputation for straight talk, no-bullshit delivery, and a ‘No Excuses’ philosophy and has become a passionate and outspoken advocate for living life and leading a ‘KICKASS’ life. The key differentiator of Rausch’s teachings can be articulated in his ‘no excuses’ positioning. The average human being sells out to ‘excuses’ as the reason for not experiencing the change that they advocate. When an individual or organization is undergoing any form of ‘transformative change’, excuses become the acceptable norm. Given Rausch’s life experience of pure ‘survival’ he did not have the luxury of ‘excuses’ which without a doubt has made him the most unparalleled teacher of our time in what it means to live and lead an ‘unstoppable’ existence.
02:31 “Never give up. Always keep going and keep your dreams in your heart.” – Christopher Rausch
04:21 “No matter what situations you’ve had in your past, today, right here, and right now is where you can decide whether or not you’re going to continue being a victim.” – Christopher Rausch
09:01 “A lot of what we do in life is we treat the symptoms of a problem but for short-term gratifications. We’re often not taught to sit and think.” – Christopher Rausch
09:01 “We have to get real with ourselves… and reformulate what it is that we’re focusing on, and what we’re doing to get different results.” – Christopher Rausch
21:04 “We have to take responsibility for our situations and our happiness.” – Christopher Rausch
22:50 “One of the worst mistakes that you can make is not asking for help… Take ownership of what you’re doing.” – Daniel Gomez
33:27 “What happens to a lot of us, we let the day and we let our life own us instead of us owning our life.” – Christopher Rausch
34:08 “You need to start pulling off the labels that society puts on you… Open your heart to healing, open your heart to the truth. Stop putting band aids on you and feel comfortable in your own skin.” – Daniel Gomez
38:21 “It’s truly a matter of waking up and realizing that this is our life. These are our choices, our decisions, nobody else’s.” – Christopher Rausch
38:53 “Once you start seeing patterns, you can facilitate solutions much faster… It’s an opportunity for us to change those patterns and take responsibility to shift what is not working for us.” – Christopher Rausch
40:04 “Take care of yourself. We have to start within ourselves and not everybody else, there’s no magic pill, we have to do the work.” – Christopher Rausch