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Tragic events often force people to give their life a new meaning after everything that mattered before is lost. How do you cope with the loss of loved ones? Is there any way you can transform a tragic event into an opportunity to reinvent yourself? How do the ups and downs in your life influence your values and what you do for a living? In this episode, Matt Cubbler talks about how the loss of his brother forced him to find a new purpose and serve others through his business and speaking events.

Life isn’t about singular moments. They are all connected. Everything that happens in your life is a piece of the other. -Matt Cubbler

Three Things We Learned

No event that happens in your life is without meaning or purpose

Sometimes, the most tragic, hurtful events in your life force you to find a new purpose and move away from the past. And without those tragic events, you may never get on the path you’re supposed to be on.

Confidence is a must-have for leaders

If you don’t believe in yourself, you can’t be a leader. Confidence is what sets up leaders for success. But this doesn’t mean you see yourself as a perfect human being. It’s a state of awareness. You know what your weaknesses are but you’re also aware of your strengths.

Your business is an extension of your core values

The business you build should be an expression of your core values. As a business owner, you are able to decide who you work with and how you do it. You don’t have to follow somebody else’s path to succeed.

Key Quotes

Instead of stopping the bully from being a bully, you create a population of winners and leaders and you reduce the victim population by doing so. -Matt Cubbler

This is what I like about entrepreneurship. Much like ministry, we can help the people we want to help. – Matt Johnson

At times, life might puts you through tragic events, but when you look at the big picture, those very events are meant to put you on the path to what you’re supposed to be doing with your life.

As a business owner, you need to find your calling, and the beauty of it is that entrepreneurs have more freedom than employees. You can create your own schedule, serve the people you like, and follow your own values.

Guest Bio

Matt Cubbler is a public speaker, author, leadership expert, CEO of I Got You, and Vice- president of Maxout Strength Systems.

In his free time, Matt uses his experience in the army to teach young teens about the importance of leadership and being accomplished in life.

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