Show Host Dean Renfro: Well, as we move in and out among the camps, we're in a freedom. Listen to the stories of our freedom fighters. Will who every day rise up with the decision. I will be free today. I will overcome my fear. We, we found that they too have Gates that they used to help people pass through, to find out is this person for real? Do I trust them? Can they deliver for you? See you all the part of freedom among the freedom fighters is that consistency of every day, rising up to overcome fear. As you listened to the freedom fighters, the veterans ones, the ones that get up every day and move out from here at freedom camp to go conquer. That was lies before them to overcome and have freedom as they come back and tell their stories. One of the common themes you hear among them is this common struggle to stay motivated, to be free for an inherently laws within us, that retraction to fall back to be in a person who unmotivated, who is not willing to rise up. You hear them talk about the struggles of, of the conversations that go on. Sometimes in their head, they think about, I hear that voice that says, Hey, just kind of wait around. Let's let's wait for somebody to give you the prompt this morning. You don't have to get up and move on into freedom. You can just kinda stay here immediately. They rise up with the, with the jolt of weight. Motivation only comes from within it's. I'm not waiting on someone or something.
Sometimes a question comes to them and feels its way toward them. I just don't feel it today. Just don't feel like being motivated, just not really motivated as a person today, immediately the freedom fighter stands up and looks at you and says to you, motivation is not an impulse that you're waiting for a feeling it's not something that it's just a part of your personality. It is something you must choose is a conscious choice. So you continue to walk around freedom, camping, listen into the stories of freedom victories of the day. Oftentimes you will hear one talk about, yes, this morning. I kind of felt like I needed somebody to give me a reason, like more money or more pay or more responsibility for me to just get fired up about what I had to do an old veteran freedom fighter chuckles, and says, if you've not chosen to be motivated before, you'll realize that having more pay and having more responsibility and having more, whatever it is you feel like you need. It's not going to get you there because you have to get up and take action because motivation itself will give you that reward. Oh, it's other walk around and listen. There's this expectation that oftentimes is felt at freedom camp, that something some glorious moment must happen for us to really get motivated. Some lucky breaks some life event that helps us find our way. Then we can get motivated to do what ever it is we need to do.
We soon hear the stories of the veterans talking about it, that it doesn't strike you like lightning or something. Some kind of lucky lightning bolt that gives you a charge of motivation. No, it is a choice that you make. It is something that you just simply have to reach down and light from within to get motivated, to move forward and have freedom. Again. Another day there is the process that freedom is a choice that we make every day. It is easy to slide back. It's easy to be caught by the fear. It's easy to be caught by our own lack of motivation. Our own laziness life is large and it is glorified. When we take the moment to step up and say, freedom wins.
You must stroke this energy with close attention, constant effort and a positive attitude. It is that diligence that brings about the success. The vitality of life we'll Mo we'll move it forward. And it is that moment. When we determine we are ready, we will be free today. Hey, thanks for joining us on the morning. Wake up, call my name's Dean. Appreciate you being here. We hope to inspire you, motivate you and hopefully give you a little bit of insight that will help you grow yourself and in turn, grow your business or your organization so that you can change your world and change those things around.
Hey, we'll see you next time on the morning wake up, call.
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