Feb. 29, 2020

Do You Really Want Success, Or Just What It Looks Like? - Stacey Osorio, Jon Jack - Episode 40

Do You Really Want Success, Or Just What It Looks Like? - Stacey Osorio, Jon Jack - Episode 40

In this week’s episode of The One Last Thought Podcast, we are joined by two great leaders in Stacey Osorio, and Jon Jack. Unbeknownst to one another, they were both talking about what it really takes to be successful, perseverance playing a major role in obtaining and maintaining success, as well as posing a very important, sole-searching type of question we all need to ask ourselves.

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Guests: Stacey Osorio, Jon Jack.

In this week’s episode of The One Last Thought Podcast, we are joined by two great leaders in Stacey Osorio, and Jon Jack. Unbeknownst to one another, they were both talking about what it really takes to be successful, perseverance playing a major role in obtaining and maintaining success, as well as posing a very important, sole-searching type of question we all need to ask ourselves.

 

Guest bios: 

 

Stacey Osorio is the first ever amputee, and the first ever Naked and Afraid participant to accomplish the 40-day challenge.

 

Jon Jack is a keynote speaker, entrepreneur, consultant, and former athlete who is passionate about empowering others.

 

Connect with our guests:

 

Stacey Osorio:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacey-osorio-591494165/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/goldenvalkyification

Twitter: https://twitter.com/goldenvalkyri

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goldenvalkyrieanastasiaosorio/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/golden_valkyrie_/

Email: goldenvalkyrie1111@gmail.com

Website: www.inwardsurvival.com

 

Jon Jack:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonjackix/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonJackIX

Website: https://www.jon-jack.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JONJACKIX/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JonJackIX

YouTube: https://bit.ly/387RBl7

 

Promotions / Giveaways:

 

Stacey Osorio:

 

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Transcript

I would like to share something that would help people realize who they are and what impact they can have on the world.

 

You need to ask yourself, are you willing to do what it takes to be great? Are you

willing to make every sacrifice necessary to be better?

 

Every second is a chance to prove to yourself not to others, that you are amazing.

 

Everyone gets some sort of desire to accomplish something similar to most of the individuals they've seen that have been successful.

 

I've experienced this firsthand. I've done things that I never imagined that I could finish. I've been successful in close to everything I've attempted, but that's because I chose to persevere.

 

You see, success has nothing to do with the aesthetics. It has nothing to do with cars. It has nothing to do with the money. Success is reaching your full potential and not stopping when you're short. Successes is reaching your full potential and pushing yourself to a level that you didn't know you would reach, challenging yourself to grow.

 

I want people to take back control, and I want people to remember that every individual has significance. Every individual can make a difference, and we are all accountable to ourselves and to each other to make that happen.

 

We are not only accountable to ourselves, but we're also accountable to the people that surround us. Make sure that you try to be better every day, whether it's paying off small debts, whether it's getting yourself to the gym, whether it's lifting a heavier set of weights, whether it is getting a job that you've been desiring.

 

Because most people see these individuals who have already reached what success is and is reaching their full potential, and everyone wants the benefits that come along with it.

 

We each have so much significance in the world and if we were able to tap into that,

people can do extraordinary things.

 

These individuals who I'm talking about are operating ethically they're operating morally. But one thing that they've done is they haven't allowed anything to get in their way to reach that next level. They haven't allowed anything to stop them from being great.

 

I don't want to see people giving up so easily or condemning their life to mediocrity. I expect not only the people that I love but for the people that I've never met, to reach for the stars and to grab ahold of it and to make it their own.

 

So truly ask yourself: Do you want to be successful? Or do you want what it looks like?