Talkin' with Trav: NuSkin founder Blake Roney discusses the key to success
I loved (BYU) coach (Dave) Rose’s response after combating cancer some time back. When asked something like this: “Coach, is your newly grey hair a result of the cancer treatments?” He responded something like this: “No, it resulted from cancer helping me to realize that my hair color doesn’t matter.”
I think he was always a good person and a good coach, but he became a great coach when he completely gelled in his life success vision and plan, and his every decision and effort began to help both places.
Now, since it should matter to everyone on earth, let me summarize how to succeed in life.
God said it best: “This is my beloved Son, hear ye him.” Since no one loves us more than him and he created the earth plan, we should trust that he knows the secret.
Therefore, our job and plan should be to learn what his son, Jesus Christ, taught and obey it. We should do so with rabid persistence and complete confidence that we will have succeeded in the end.
Roney’s words ring loud and with clarity. And he’s backed them up with his life.
Travis Hansen is a former BYU, NBA (Atlanta Hawks) and Euroleague basketball player. He co-founded the Little Heroes Foundation and is married with three children.
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