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SWAV 258 : What’s the Common Denominator



Quote of the Day:

“I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value.” – Hermann Hesse


When you win, because you will in this life.You take that and give it meaning, you give it value and learn from it so that you can do it again and again. Don’t run from negative things. Face it and look it in the eyes and say “you thought me a lot of stuff”. Reflect and give value. You give things the value and the meaning that are needed, and everything needs to have meaning and value. So when something happens to you, reflect on it. Learn from it and move on from it.


Topic of the Day: What is Common Denominator


When thing happen in our life, we always say “its because of him” “I won’t be in this if it wasn’t for…”blah blah blah. Take accountability for your action. Everything that happens to you, it happens for a reason and you’ve played a part on it.


At some point in time, you have look in the mirror and to say “it’s me” because the blame game will end up so fast. When something to your, ask if it’s something new or it’s something always happening. If it is something that keeps happening to you. Maybe it’s not happening to you, it’s happening because of you.


  1. Take Accountability
  2. Be honest with yourself
  3. Success or Failure is on you, no one else
  4. Make a decision and act on it


Ask yourself, “What do I need to do, to be the best version of me.” figure it out cause it’s all up to you. Who is the common denominator? It’s you because no matter what happen in your life it’s you. Understand that and believe in yourself. Go make it happen!


Book Recommendation:

It’s the way you say it by Carol Fleming

Starts With A Vision

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Hey everyone! I’m Isiah Fowler Founder of Starts With A Vision and I’m in love with life, happiness, success, and Entrepreneurship.

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