Today I want to discuss one of our Documentaries called “UNBEATEN” and I think it says everything that needs to be said when it comes to making it to the finish line of anything you decide to do.
All the crap excuses we give ourselves for not doing better or giving up on reaching our goals because it is all to hard.
We are very good at playing the blame game it is the the fault of our parents,partners,government,weather and the list goes on . I have heard every excuse there is because I talk with people all over the world about my business opportunity.
They all want more money, more time to enjoy it, but have every excuse to give WHY they are not more successful right now.
Guess what as hard as it is to hear
are the very reason why you are not where you want to be right now.
Good news is if you educate yourself on Success and how to make it happen you can change things around very quickly.(I did)
Remember these words .
I’am the absolute Supreme authority over MY OWN LIFE
Now here is a little bit about the Documentary…..
When I watched this Movie I realised that I should be grateful for many things in my LIFE that I took for granted.( I also shed a few tears for these very brave men)
Now I know to set my goals
Make a plan , Follow that plan
and don’t complain about some minor challenges along the way.
If it is meant to be then it is up to me
“UNBEATEN” (use this link to watch trailer on Utube)
Unbeaten, the second film from award-winning documentary filmmaker Steven C. Barber, is an inspirational story that chronicles the exploits of 31 disabled athletes as they make their way over six days in wheelchairs and hand cycles in what is known as the toughest road race in the world, “Sadlers Alaska Challenge.” The course winds 267 miles through the mountain passes of Denali National Park between Fairbanks and Anchorage.
The film takes us into the 55 mile-per-day grind of three wheelchair racers, Chris Kohler, Geoffrey Erickson and Edwin Figueroa. The story transitions midway through as the filmmaker follows the elite racers of the US Paralympics squad, Oz Sanchez (current Paralympic Gold Medalist and fastest man in the world in a hand cycle) and Alejandro Albor (Silver Medalist) in their quest to medal at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics.
Vanilla Fire Productions has teamed up with Polaris to raise the profile of the disabled athlete and disabled persons worldwide.
The three year odyssey to finish the film came with the help of some very high profile individuals, including Steve Forbes, Eli Broad, Boone Pickens, Cher, Billy Jean King, Tony Hawk, Clint Black, Paula and Sumner Redstone, Larry Hagman, Pamela Anderson and Steve Jobs. Partial proceeds from this film will be given to the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
You can purchase the Unbeaten Documentary here.
you will find it under the TAB giving back
And as mentioned Partial proceeds from this film will be given to the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
I would love for you to share your thoughts on if you are playing the BLAME GAME now or if you have done that in your past what did you change to become responsible for your actions.