Ray Charles in the movie “Ray” said, “I mean, when you’re blind, Miss Antoine, you ain’t got that many choices.”
What Ray Charles spoke is very true. When you’re blind to your barriers, limitations and self imposed inflictions, you are simply reduced to getting whatever life dishes. Those who do not seek to see never reach their highest potential.
I also say that for some of us blindness is a “state of being”.
When you’re blind to the magnificence of who you are, you ain’t got that many choices in how well you succeed, but when your eyes can see your greatness, the world opens up and sings to YOUR song!!”
Ray Charles had no limits or barriers. He could see lyrics in his mind, hear music in his heart and could produce extraordinary sounds that penetrated many around the world. And although he could not see through his natural eyes, he could see his greatness that lied within.
He fostered that gift and greatness and inspired every ear who heard his music.
What limits are you blind to. What greatness within have you not yet seen to let go free?
Let me help you break the barriers and limits you may be blind to, and allow me to escort you into your greatness where success will be at your fingertips!!!
Lisa Thomas, Success and Leadership Coach
Call us if you’re blind to your own greatness!
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Lisa Thomas is the CEO of The P3 Group, Inc. and The P3 Group International, LLC, publisher of The P3 Power Boost Online Magazine, host of The P3 Power Boost Radio Show, and President of the Board of Directors of NetWorth. She is a 20-year veteran in business, executive leadership and performance coaching/consulting. She has worked extensive with corporate call centers, executives and small business enterprises. She’s been a featured columnist and business strategist on Affiliate NPR, WFDD, The Cary News, Fox 8 and numerous NBC affiliate stations.
Lisa is best known for her business and leadership acumen and is widely recognized her ability to develop leaders to be more effective. Lisa is also a sought after keynote speaker on various topics women in leadership face. She generously donates her time and expertise to a number of organizations and worthy causes, including NetWorth, the Business Succession Forum Network, and the Hazel B. Neal Foundation, for which she recently was recognized with the woman of Power, Purpose and Vision award. In her downtime, she can be found practicing yoga, cycling, swimming, reading a good book or spending time with family and friends.
CEO/Sr. Business Strategist
The P3 Group, Inc.
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