Who am I?
I am often asked this question (mostly by my own little voice), “who are you?”. I usually respond, “Excuse me?” to which I get, “Who are you that you feel you can help others achieve what they want? Who are you that other people want to hear what you have to say? Who are you to be writing for, and producing this blog?” Well, the answer is this: I am Eric Edmeades, a 39 year old Canadian and student of the science (it is a science) of success achievement. Twenty years ago I made a small change in my life, and then kept on making small changes. I went on a success fast. What I mean is that I went on a diet of success and achievement material. I read books, attended seminars, listened to tapes, and observed the most successful people. It was around that time that I started working for a small (1 man) company that re-marketed a special type of computer equipment. Well, I watched (and was a major part of) the building of that company into a thriving business.
Physically I am in the best shape of my life, with fantastic eating and exercise habits.
Financially I am beyond anything I would have imagined for myself 20 years ago. (By the way, this way before I learned to imagine properly).
In short, I have the most incredible job, girlfriend, relatives, friends, mentors, home and memories. And I have learned how to help others to achieve what they want in the process. Not through any get-rich-quick scheme, or instant change process, just through constant and persistent improvement. This blog is a tool to help us all to remember to ask ourselves, “What small action can I take today to move towards my goals?” I believe if you ask this of yourself enough, you cannot help but get where you want.
“Success in life is a series of steps in the right direction, make sure you are walking the right way.”