Welcome world to yet another blog. I hope the information you find here is actually useful and not just another person droning on about a topic that has no meaning for you. So, let’s skip right to the relevance of it all. I mean blogs are supposed to be about relevant content, so let’s get to it. This blog is about resurrecting one’s self. It’s about making healthy choices. It’s about making quality choices. It’s about honoring those past mistakes you’ve made – that we’ve all made. None of us are perfect. But we’re ready to attempt it again. We’re ready to resurrect ourselves.
Now, when I use the word resurrection, some people may get a bit uncomfortable. Is this guy getting all religious on me? The answer is no. Resurrection, quite simply, is the re-birth of one’s self. And, to make that point more clear – you can’t have re-birth until you have allowed a part of you to die. If you are ready to make some healthier decisions in life, then it’s time to see the error of your ways and close that door. That person doesn’t exist. That’s not to say you won’t mess up again. But let’s not even acknowledge that person is there any longer. Today is about a new YOU. Today is about looking back one last time and then turning to the present and future – and seeing a whole new opportunity to be the person you always wanted to be. It’s about opportunity. It’s about resurrection.
For some of you reading this, you may have been a past reader of my former blog, Primal Chat. You can try to Google it, but you won’t find it. You’ll find a former Twitter account and some other references to PrimalChat or Primal Chat. But those days are gone. I have died to that self. But my mission is still the same. Helping others achieve the best within themselves.
So, what’s different about this blog than any other? Well, to demonstrate, I have a great e-book I wrote called Caveman Resurrection. It is for sale. But not today. And not next week. It’s for sale when I have proven to you, the reader, that this content is actually what I say it is and worthy of purchase. It’s not about a quick fix. It’s not about topical decisions. This work is deep. It will force you at times to look within yourself to the decisions you make and why. It may be uncomfortable at times. But discomfort on this side leads to freedom on the other side. And who can’t use a little freedom?
Look for more to come – the journey is about to begin.