Be Significant!

Be Significant!

What childhood dreams did you build your life upon? Look at kids – they are big dreamers. If you ask kids what they want to be when they grow up, they will give you a funny look. If you say, “Well do you want to be an astronaut, a baseball player, a fireman? They want to do all of it! The limitations of future realities are not part of their dreams.

What are you looking for in life? If you believed that you couldn’t fail in life, how big would your dreams be?

People give their lives away. They put their dreams aside because they just need to survive. People are just so tired of the life they didn’t choose. So many of us spend the first half of our lives struggling to achieve – making money, buying a house, raising our kids and getting them off to college. Most of the time, it isn’t until the second half of our lives that we start to feel the need for redirection, the need to feel significant.

I am offering you an opportunity to change your life in a significant way. I want to help you to dig up your dreams out of the attic and line them back up in front of you again. I want to help you to realize those dreams.

If you are looking to overcome the challenges you’ve faced and transform some of the things that are hindering you….someday, someway you will achieve something significant in your life. That’s where I come in. I help people stop talking about it and DO it!

Life’s transformations are what renovate people’s lives. It can be a physical journey. It could be an emotional journey. Until we overcome the challenge – when we FINISH the task—then we are transformed. Then we have realized our DNA, our Determined Natural Ambition. You were born with it. You can’t buy it. You can’t go out and find it. It is embedded in your soul, it is ingrained in your life, and you will not be happy until you go out and do that something magnificent that destiny secreted in your life. And once you own it – it will ignite your passion. Struggle is a whole lot less painful than regret.

Let me help you put your goals into action! Choose to be significant!

Categories: Be Significant, Happiness, Motivation, Success, and Uncategorized.


  1. Lisa Holt

    Hey Craig-I love your new website. This blog really hit home with me-especially the part about “surviving” the first half of your life then seeking to do something significant with the second half. I have often wonder why now I am just having all of these great ideas and the desire to help others. Why couldn’t I have used the energy from the first half of my life to achieve that goal? No telling how many people I could have helped over the years. Thanks for helping me see that it’s not just me that goes thru that cycle. Looking forward to great things from your site. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Gale Richards

    Hi Craig,
    I love your new site and this blog is great; the message really seems personally crafted just for me. I’m looking forward to transforming the 2nd half of my life 🙂

  3. Jim Lybarger

    Hi Craig,
    I think you are doing Amazing things. I truly enjoy what you have to say and I too am creating my dream board at age 49 and I am starting my 2nd half of my life doing what I dream. Thank you for being YOU.
    Merry Christmas.

  4. Thanks Craig…
    Your website/blog found its way into my life at a perfect time.
    For years I have fumbled through life, searching for contentment. But it always seemed to evade me. My life has just seemed for lack of a better word, incomplete. Don;t get me wrong, I am extremely blessed. I have a wonderful wife, a great family, and good friends. And they are the centerpiece of my life. And for that I am truly grateful. Unfortunately, the job that fills a third of my day, has been sucking the life out of me for years, making me at time frustrated, at other times angry, and at other times out and out depressed. Over the last six months, I have come realize that I do have some control over how I make a living and have started to make some small steps in an effort to design a new professional life. This new venture has created a passion in me that I haven’t felt for years. And passion has gotten me a long way and continues to be my motivation. The problem is that there have been a lot of roadblocks, a lot of challenges that I just don;t know how to deal with. Thankfully my motivation is deep-rooted and my WHY is strong. But truly it would be nice to have someone to both support and understand my vision, someone who knows what I want and is willing to give me a little nudge when I need it or a helpful piece of advice when I ask. Unfortunately, there have been some people in my life who have suggested that they would be that person and so far none of them have been. It certainly has not been my unwillingness to participate in my own development or their enthusiasm to help. What it has been was the limitations of busy lives. And that I understand. But I do hope to find someone who is willing to work with me and help me find the path to making my dreams and visions meet with my reality. Thanks for your blog and allowing me to comment.
    Much health and success in 2011!

  5. Craig, you are so right-on, sharing your wisdom with the world.
    What fun it is for me, too, –giving away all that I’ve learned in 73 years, now as a Beachbody Coach, mentoring some young, hungry, millionaires-in-the-making. What a gift to the world Beachbody is, at this time of fear for so many young people. Our Team Beachbody Coaches let go of their fears by helping themselves and others get fit, healthy and wealthy.

  6. Deb Ehret

    OMG! Where have you been? Lauren Knight,my niece and very successful Beachbody coach introduced me to you and the introduction could not have been more perfectly timed. I am in a state of transition and keep re-reading your blog. I have not felt this level of belief, motivation and excitement and I can begin to SEE an amazing, prosperous, fulfilling future. THANK YOU with all of my heart!

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