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Go All In

In 1989 I was in my early 20’s, and I almost walked  away from my childhood dream.

You see, I was vulnerable, I was struggling, I wasn’t doing well.

Look, I don’t know where you are at today …
But if you are struggling or thinking about  giving up –

It’s NOT time to quit!
It IS time to GO ALL IN!

See back in 1989; I made a DECISION to GO ALL IN.
I couldn’t see 30 days around the corner that I would get called back up to the Major Leagues and play a 15-year career.

So… If you are thinking about walking away, it’s NOT time to walk away – the time for you today is to GO ALL IN and have the mindset that you are going to try and get better every single day. That you are committed  to focus on the skills, the behaviors, and the fundamentals that are going to help you see 30 days around the corner so you can live out your DREAM.

Hope this Helps &
Be Relentless,

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  1. Great article Todd! While playing football at the University of Arkansas I’m 1995, I blew my right knee out just before the SEC Championship game. The doctors said my career was over. I cried for days and almost left school. I ended up staying and graduated with a Business Degree. I’ve know become the best Landman that I can possibly be and hope to run my own energy company one day. Thank you, Andy Riales.

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Todd Stottlemyre


Relentless Success unfolds the process that will change your life forever. No person, thing or circumstance will ever hold you back again. Never again will you lack the knowledge to accomplish your goals. When you marry your work ethic to this success process is the day you will discover the champion that lives inside of you. Nothing is impossible, it just hasn’t been done yet. Subscribe to keep up with the latest blog posts that will guide you towards relentless success.


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