Christopher McGinnis, founder and leader of the EveryDay Success Team (EDST), has had a roller coaster ride of varying experiences in his life—from a college dropout to a music professional with several honors to the founder of EDST with a following of over 3.5 million. These experiences have helped him get where he is today and create a community that helps individuals become the best they can be in all ways possible.
It is hard to define EveryDay Success Team as anything but a success-oriented startup that strives to get the best out of clients in every aspect. The company offers physical, mental, and spiritual support to its clients, allowing them to claim the financial success they so rightfully deserve.
The startup is rapidly expanding, and McGinnis’s vision seems to have no end, but what does he have to say about the role of clients themselves in the matter? He is a firm believer in self-motivation and bringing about a change in personality for success. Let’s see how it works.
Negativity Is the Biggest Self-Made Challenge
Christopher McGinnis himself has admitted that negativity and fear (of failure, rejection, lack of recognition, etc.) have bothered him and hindered his professional growth in the past. People’s abilities are hampered only by how little they think of themselves. Thus, the mind that powers the body can also become a drain if it is filled with fear and negativity.
Regular meditation and positive affirmations are the antidotes to this drain. Positive podcasts and belief-boosting speeches are sure to lift the spirits of anyone feeling down and low. This is important for mental health in general and for keeping the mind motivated enough to pursue the goals that one holds in the highest regard.
Create a ‘Can-Do’ Attitude to Build a Better Personality
The best version of a person is the one that is motivated enough to do anything, and this is only possible after said individual decides to move outside of the bounds created by negativity and lack of self-belief. Logically speaking, anything can be accomplished with the right amount of effort, dedication, and a sense of direction.
People usually ace two of these three basics, but dedication is where they fall short, in most cases.
If something is to be done, one must get up and do it. There is no other way. Those push ups aren’t going to happen by themselves; that power walk won’t happen on its own; that business milestone won’t reach itself. The only variable here is whether or not the person in question is motivated enough to go for it.
This is what EDST aims to bring out in people: a level of motivation and self-belief that transforms people into the best versions of themselves.
Only through this radical change in mindset can people aim for bigger successes.
EveryDay Success Team’s Mission and Vision
What better place to look for an example of a belief system than the place from where the same originated?
EDST itself is a perfect embodiment of the principle described above: only through overcoming his self-created mental limitations and bringing out a better self was Christopher McGinnis able to achieve what he did. Today, he is helping many others transform their lives in the same way.
This is merely a prelude of what is to come.