Overcoming Adversity with Genes of Greatness Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on May 21, 2012
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you for your time. Several days ago I wrote an article to share the article that I wrote several days ago Overcoming Adversity with Genes of Greatness.
In my experience I have found that each person is created with genes of greatness that can help them to overcome adversity. That has been my experience. By not giving up on our process, a loving God and and ourselves we achieve greatness.The choice is ours – as was Nadia Comaneci’s granddaughters choice.
Because she stayed committed to sharpening and polishing her skills, talents and abilities through persistence, tenacity and focus achieved some thing beautiful with her life. By staying committed, disciplined and focused through using our genes of greatness we can make some thing beautiful with our lives.
To watch my video presentation of my article Overcoming Adversity with Genes of Greatness please click on the following link Overcoming Adversity with Genes of Greatness Video Presentation. As you watch and listen to the presentation and questions come to mind, please ask. All questions are good questions my friend.
To watch Nadia Comaneci’s granddaughters performance on You Tube, please click here NADIA COMANECI’S GRANDDAUGHTER
In the event that you would like to read the article, in addition to watching my video presentation, please click on the following link Overcoming Adversity with Genes of Greatness and you will be taken to the article. Because she stayed committed to sharpening and polishing her skills, talents and abilities through persistence, tenacity and focus achieved some thing beautiful with her life.
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