Podcast 630: Gregg Korrol: The Gifted Storyteller Follows His Heart To Writing Success
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A man who followed “the plan” and did everything he was supposed to for life to be successful; great job, money, dates, yet despite it all, everything wasn’t the dream he expected. One night after work, he meets a beautiful and mysterious woman named Jeannie, who introduces him to the Gifted Storyteller, and changes his life forever.
Now the question we will need to ask is how much of Michael is fictional and how much is autobiorphicall?
As it seems to me that todays guest has trodden a similar path in many ways.
As certainly im sure that seeing how his life is changing so amazingly in front of him, he may well feel that he could have taken more risk earlier in his life.
Allowing him to experience growth in mindset, confidence and the ability to create the life of his dreams.
He works in the field of education, with over 20 years experience as a teacher and Principal in NYC.
Where he has received numerous awards and accolades as a leader in his field, and utilizing his degree in Psychology from StonyBrook University and certification in Strategic Intervention in coaching, his focus is on helping people see empowering meaning in the present moment and seize the opportunity to create lasting change for themselves and others.
So looking back at what he has achieved and what he is working towards, does he feel that it is simply a case of getting going, or a lot more than that?
And where does he see his attention turning to now, more books or something quite different?
Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, with the one and only Mr Gregg Korrol
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Gregg Korrol such as:
Why Gregg is always focused on the fact that “Days go slow and years go fast in life”, so makes sure that he is in the present as much as possible as that is where results occur.
Why he recalls that the writing process wasn’t hard, but making the commitment to himself to sit down every night to write certainly was. But that commitment makes dreams occur.
Why we both believe that the world needs to celebrate more than we do when we achieve a goal. Big effort requires a moment of stopping and reflecting what we have done.
How every opportunity and conversation is part of the process to getting to where we are today, so don’t try to rewrite any of your dots in life
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