I am a member of a self-improvement program through which I actually get paid to improve myself. Sounds too good to be true, I know, but it is true. This is the program that got me up and improving myself, truly recognizing that I was capable of so much more than I thought I was.
You Are The Project is a revolutionary program that is all about your self-improvement. Each individual person sets goals that they want to accomplish and the program makes sure they stay on track to accomplish those goals. The kicker is you can actually get paid to improve yourself! Imagine that: having a job where you get paid to improve yourself!
Below are all the things I have accomplished while being a member of this wonderful program.
While being a part of YATP, I have written my first book with my second one not far behind, I have lost 25 pounds and been able to keep it off whereas 95% of diets fail. I work out at the gym 2-3 times a week and I eat healthy which is much different than before. My heart rate has gone down from 88 bpm to 64 bpm. I can do 8 full arm pull ups, which is amazing for a woman! I went from running an over 10 min mile to a 6:58 mile. I have truly began to focus my energy on things that matter to me, no more wasting precious time on insignificant things. I have developed new skills, such as: working as a voice over actress; I have voiced radio commercials, cartoon characters, etc. I became a certified weight loss management coach, I am a speaker, I also learned chromakey technology. I read more informative books, which is a big step up from my over 600 dvds I previously owned.
As you can see, this program has literally changed my life for the better. It is my duty to tell others about this wonderful program that is making America a more productive and happy country. If you haven't realized it by now, happiness comes from progress! The more a person accomplishes the goals they set for themselves, the more proud and happy they become. That's why this program is genius! What better job is there than to get paid to improve yourself? There isn't one...
You can join my team and be a part of this new culture that is all about health and happiness through goal accomplishments. I warn you: this is not for the average lazy person. You must be willing to work for what you truly want! You can contact me directly by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or if you are in Vegas you can come to our office on Monday or Friday when we give free presentations about the program. Here is the link to the website: www.youaretheproject.com
What are you waiting for? Start improving your life today!
This post is my way of spreading some motivation and inspiration to you.
I am Shenteria, I grew up in East St. Louis and Washington Park, IL. In 2013 and 2014, ESTL was named the most dangerous city in America*. These cities became much worse as years passed, as a child growing up there things were not as horrific, thank God. I grew up poor and yet I have not allowed that to stop me from creating the life I want for myself. My advice: make and accept no excuses, keep moving forward, and get the most out of life!
Today, I am a first time author, I am a voice over actress, I am a branding entrepreneur, I am a speaker, and I work from home. I am nurturing my creativity through all these avenues and loving every second of it. I have created the life I love and I am living it fully! This is my way of saying it does not matter where you came from what matters is that you create the future you want. Your life is in your hands, you can achieve if you believe in yourself and take the action to make it to where you want to be. Don't settle for less, recognize that you deserve more and then go get it! Take control of your life and stop allowing fears to control your every move. YOU ARE WORTHY!
I fear for those young people growing up in ESTL today, which is why I wrote my book. I recognize that it is up to the parents and adults within the community to make the city better. Young people are not creating a brighter future because they are growing up in such sad, depressing areas with very little hope. Something has to be done to help those young people, they deserve a real chance at having a life. I will be sending a copy of my book to the mayor of East St. Louis as I would like to call attention to these major problems so they can be fixed. There needs to be more unity within the community, people must become more aware and less passive. It is up to the citizens to make their city better for everyone. I wrote a book about these issues because I genuinely care about the well being of people within lower income communities because I was one of those people. I know what it feels like when you don't believe in yourself, when you have no thoughts of having a positive, bright future. I want to help in any way possible to make things better for those people who need and deserve hope.
*According to Wikipedia: In 2014 the murder rate of the city of East St. Louis was 101.8 per 100,000 people, which was higher than that of Honduras, the country with the highest murder rate in the world, at 90.4 per 100,000 people.
As Bruce Lee said, "To hell with circumstances, I create opportunities."