WHAT 
DO YOU
SEE?

Many times we check our reflections to see how we are perceived by others, but identifying who we really are is the first step to living a purposeful life. Authenticity comes from within.

WHAT 
DO YOU
SEE?

Many times we check our reflections to see how we are perceived by others, but identifying who we really are is the first step to living a purposeful life. Authenticity comes
from within.

Marcus Lattimore, the former character coach for the University of South Carolina football team, has transitioned out of a coaching career into a career that is centered around helping people from the inside out. Marcus hopes to help many with his blog on self-reflection and authenticity, his keys to true happiness, and a fulfilled life. Read More>>

Quote of the Day

  • “Expectations are a product of the mind. The wishful psyche imagines a certain outcome but its usually not the one we envisioned. When you learn to accept this reality, responding & adjusting are added to your skillset. Two vital traits we need. Forever.”

  • “If you show up, even when conditions are less ideal, you have what it takes to accomplish whatever your heart desires.”

  • “Self criticize and the ego dies.”

  • “Your consistencies reveal your weaknesses, self analyze daily.”

  • “It’s okay to be discouraged at yourself. Especially when you know your full potential and you aren’t taking the steps – but this self-criticism is vital in transformation. Awareness allows you to see how much time you’re wasting. You’ll eventually get sick of yourself.”

  • “Make sure your biography says what you want it to say.”

  • “To understand the person you must understand the history.”

  • “Expectations are a product of the mind. The wishful psyche imagines a certain outcome but it’s usually not the one we envisioned. When you learn to accept this reality, responding & adjusting are added to your skillset.”

  • “Attention is addictive. Counteract the disease by listening more and talking less.”

  • “The depth of your life is determined by the chances you take.”

Marcus Lattimore, the former character coach for the University of South Carolina football team, has transitioned out of a coaching career into a career that is centered around helping people from the inside out. Marcus has been a public speaker for the last five years as well as mentoring at large corporate companies to help employees excel in their lives as well as in their businesses.
Marcus hopes to help many with his blog on self-reflection and authenticity, his keys to true happiness, and a fulfilled life.  Read More >>