In the 50th episode of The Richard Robbins Show, I sat down with someone I’ve become great friends with over the last 13 years, yet somehow this conversation felt new; like we were speaking for the first time.
Jeremy Amyotte, a longtime RRI Coaching Member and author of “Self-Assurance,” has been one of Edmonton’s top real estate sales agents since he began his career in 2007. However, there was no straight line in his career path.
Jeremy’s childhood wasn’t typical. His father struggled with drug addiction and his mother was forced into the role of a single parent. At the age of 14, Jeremy left home to begin a life on his own.
“I’m the spitting image of my dad in many ways, I just took it in a different direction. I have an addictive personality, but I became addicted to growth. I channeled that addiction in a different way.”
After working odd jobs and following his brother into the Alberta oil fields, Jeremy was inspired by a good friend to begin a career as a real estate professional.
In this very special episode of The Richard Robbins Show, Jeremy and I sit down and talk about his life journey. We talk about the importance of courage and how pushing past your limits can change your life. Enjoy this emotional, inspirational and educational journey with my good friend, Jeremy Amyotte.
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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode
- How to build confidence by focusing on your courage.
- The importance of having a Courage Project.
- The power of having a future focus.
- Why being aware of your own ego can fuel your life.
- The importance of reading
- Why asking yourself, “Does it serve you?” can be a life changing question.
Ideas Worth Sharing
I really think that the point of life is to experience life and develop ourselves. I believe that we owe it to ourselves and to the universe to figure out what we’re really capable of. That’s the point of life. @JeremyAmyotte… Click To Tweet
There is no absolute truth to anything in life. There’s cause and effect and there is truth in everything. @JeremyAmyotte @Richardlrobbins Click To Tweet
Confidence comes from courage. To be confident we have to experience things. To experience things we have to do things. To do things we have to have the courage to do it. If your focus is courage you realize it's not so bad.… Click To Tweet
Resources in Today’s Episode
- Jeremy Amyotte
- Self Assurance: Struggles, Confidence and Success by Jeremy Amyotte
- Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
- David Irvine
- The Princess Bride
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
- Chris Stapleton
- Kolton Moore
- Muay Thai