We’ve all experienced the wonder of observing what human beings are capable of creating.
You stare in awe at a beautiful painting, hear a song that expresses exactly how you feel, or watch wonderful actors performing on a stage, and you wonder why you weren't born with the same gifts.
According to our newest #kajabihero Bob Stromberg, everyone was born with the capacity to be creative!
This week’s Kajabi Hero story features two men who are not only business partners, but have been friends since college.
Their friendship spans the generations as their parents were friends beforehand and since their years at University of Arizona they have been ‘dreamin’ and scheme’n’ together about their futures.
What's also really cool about today's #kajabihero story is that the interview was conducted by one of our very own team members, Scotty!
We have a very special Kajabi Hero story to share with you this week, and it comes straight from the Kajabi HQ!
This week's Kajabi Hero, Matt Codde, comes with a fire and passion for helping other people who face the same struggles he experienced. It was pretty easy to get a sit-down interview with Matt, seeing as he's part of our team here at Kajabi!
Matt has an incredible resume but an even more impressive story. After being diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in his young adult years, he decided to pursue becoming a mental health professional in order to give back to that community.
Does the thought of using technology intimidate you?
Do you avoid using new applications, phones, or computers because of your age, ignorance, or past experiences or failures?
Do you think it’s too late to reinvent your business?
Every relationship needs healthy boundaries. Honesty. And even security.
But even the best of intentions can lead to crossing the line and taking on the weight of things that shouldn’t even be on your shoulders. Dishonesty can creep in. And insecurities can hurt your relationships.
Can you agree with that?