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Here's a little story about me...
My name is Marco, and Iâ€™m not a guru, teacher, life coach, or psychological expert.
What I am, however, is an ordinary father and husband who recently hit 40.
Now, a lot of folks look forward to entering a new decade in their lifeâ€¦ but NOT me.
In fact, I downright dreaded hitting the big â€œfour-oh,â€ but not because I was getting old.
For me, it seemed like I had nothing to show for after being on this planet for four whole decades.
As a partner to my wife and parent to my kids, I felt like I could do way better by them.
Plus, my social life was practically non-existent mostly because my 9-to-5 job (as opposed to an actually fulfilling career) took up most of my time.
Meanwhile, the people I went to high school and college with were living fabulous lives.
I felt a mixture of resentment and jealousy every time I scrolled through my social media newsfeed.
I thought to myself, â€œHere are a bunch of folks who pretty much had the same opportunities and resources that I did growing upâ€¦ and yet Iâ€™m the only one living a mediocre life!â€
So over the last several years leading up to my 40th birthday, that thought gnawed away at me like a pesky rat, burrowing deeper and deeper in my mind.
Day in and day out, I had burning questions on my mind, such as:
â€œWhy am I so mediocre?â€
â€œWhy canâ€™t I be as successful as everyone else?â€
â€œWhy donâ€™t I have my act together like other people?â€
â€œAm I going to be like this until I die?â€
â€œWhatâ€™s my true purpose in this world?â€
Like I said, this went on for years. Maybe it wasnâ€™t as bad in the beginning, but eventually, that inner voice grew louder and louder until I couldnâ€™t ignore it anymore.
It distracted me from my job, my life at home, and just about every area of my existence.
Before I knew it, my performance at work tanked, and my personal relationships eroded as well.
Part of me realized that if I kept wallowing in self-pity, resentment, and uncertaintyâ€¦
â€¦I was soon going to find myself jobless, without friends, and no longer living with my wife and kids.
I had to do something, and FAST. Taking this lying down wasnâ€™t an option - not anymore, at least.
The stakes were too high for me NOT to take action.
So like any other anguished soul looking for answers, I went online.
I set out on a quest for the truth - my personal truth - in a desperate attempt to pull out that nagging splinter lodged in the back of my mind.
Never in a million years did I see myself getting into the whole self-help/personal development dealâ€¦
...but there I was, hunting down every book and resource availableâ€¦
...not to mention digging through different online forums to find other folks like me.
So in my quest for knowledge, I met a group of incredible folks who were in the same boat as I was.
I fell into that rabbit hole for weeks on end, and it felt like time stood still during that period in my life.
But when my soul-searching sabbatical ended, I wasnâ€™t the same person anymore - but I mean that in a very good way.
You see, not only did I learn tons of new and life-changing insights about myself and the world around meâ€¦
...I also formed an incredible connection with people who understood and LIVED through the same pain I had.
These were people who were way more successful and established in their fields than I could ever hope to be. On the surface, they made six and even seven figures a month, traveled around the world, and lived incredible lives.
But like me, they too had the same emptiness and despair that gnawed away at them.
This blew my mind.
How could THESE people - who were very much like my high school and college friends - feel anything else aside from happiness and fulfillment?
Looking back, it was silly of me to assume that successful-looking people donâ€™t have their own struggles.
But being in the dark as I was, I lacked the perspective to see that.
In any case,