Hello there! It’s Gatlin, a P2K Tribe Member.

 

Today, I want to share a few amazing qualities the Mullers have. This way, you’ll know for sure if they’re the coaches or mentors for you!

 

Systematic – If it’s one thing David loves, it’s a good system! He’s helped me realize how crucial the framework of your life and business are. You can have all the tools and talent in the world, but leave out a great system for guidance and you’re kinda out of luck. Just think to yourself: Ever seen a head coach without a playbook? My point exactly!

 

Compassionate – David and Alisa are two of the biggest hearted people I’ve ever met. But it’s easy to say that on the surface. What I’ve been lucky enough to see under their tutelage is grace under fire. They openly share their own tough moments while they’re happening, which really gives them a good glass to look through when it comes to solving my issues. Even though it’s their job as mentors to be firm, it’s always with a touch of understanding and care. I truly appreciate this, maybe more so than any characteristic they bring to the table.

 

Competitive – With their compassion comes a whole lotta drive to win! I bet you can imagine it with Alisa’s gymnastics background. Truth is, I’m not sure who really enjoys winning more. It’s just insanely cool to see two people so on fire to make sure they “beat” the things holding them and their tribe members back. The passion that gets brought to turning goals into achievements and breaking down physical, emotional, spiritual walls is simply awesome!

 

Leading – Being leaders of leaders is something David and Alisa view as vital. They’ll guide their teams with precision and experience, but will also climb into battle with them when necessary! That’s why I love these two. It’s not only that they’ll tell you what to do, but they’ll relate their experience and even give you the one-on-one conversations you need to hear.

 

Forward-focused – Leaving a legacy you can be proud of is one of the most noted parts of their entire system. We set goals that’ll lead us to the people we want to be. So many things the Mullers and I talk about are far off, but the way they help you keep your goals top of mind is nothing short of incredible.

 

I could write many, many more things I like about David and Alisa, but I assume you don’t want reading material for the next few weeks ;)

 

I’ll just end by saying this: If you’ve ever felt bad after “failing”, don’t. You’re more than enough to change yourself and change the world. You’re as good (or bad) as you tell yourself. Belief in yourself and what you’re doing is vital to a good life. Go chase yours!

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