Internal Wounds are like External Wounds!
I got my heart broken and tried to move on.
How did I do it?
I started pointing my figurative finger to the other person and started playing the blame game internally.
Then, I tried to bury it and move on.
Did it work?
An internal wound is no different than an external wound.
You would not just throw a band-aid on a cut before cleaning out the wound, would you?
If you did, the wound would get infected underneath the band-aid, and that would NOT be good.
The right thing to do would be to clean out the deep cut immediately (even though it would hurt like hell), and THEN put the band-aid on, for proper healing.
In this episode, I share how I dug deep into myself and faced the truth (cleaning out the wound), no matter how painful it was, and only THEN, let the wound heal properly (time).
🤕 Internal Wounds are like External Wounds!
📃 About Marc Lalonde aka The Wealthy Trainer
Marc M. Lalonde, also known as The Wealthy Trainer™, is the Founder and CVO (Chief Visionary Officer) of Branding YOUniversity™, on Online Personal Branding University.
Marc caught the “Entrepreneurial Bug” at 17 years old when he started selling Pet Food door-to-door.
Since then, Marc has experienced both extremes of life, going from being a successful Computer Consultant with several side-businesses, to falling into substance abuse, which led to him getting fired, going broke and becoming homeless. However, he was able to bounce back, earning a 7-figure income while helping thousands of people from around the globe to find financial freedom by doing what they love.
Since launching Branding YOUniversity™, Marc has helped Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners, Real Estate Agents, Insurance Brokers, Authors, Actors, Musicians, Lawyers, Teachers, Industry-Specific Professionals, and of course, people with a specific Passion from around the globe brand themselves.
Marc’s purpose is to help people brand themselves as Leaders and Authorities in either their specific niche or in whatever their passion is while creating an income doing what they love.