I recently caught up with John McMahon from Motov8.

He’s a great guy doing amazing work with young people throughout Australia.

As we talked about how he promotes his seminars and programs, he used the same term a few times.

“Leave no stone unturned.”

He wants to positively influence high school students, especially young men, and has bold aims to reach as many as possible.  To attain these goals he wants to leave no stone unturned.

We talked about networking, continued learning and marketing, and in each of these topics, the phrase leave no stone unturned came up.

John is a determined and capable speaker who is doing some great work and will make a significant difference in the mindsets of young people for many years to come.  He loves what he does and is passionate about communicating positive messages to as many people as he can.

And to do so, he will leave no stone unturned.

As always when I leave the presence of a passionate individual, my mind was alive with ideas and my heart was beating with enthusiasm.

But above all, the words “leave no stone unturned” were ringing in my ears.

You see, if you want to maximise your potential, you need to leave no stone unturned.

If you want to reach a massive audience with your message, you need to leave no stone unturned.

If you want to make a difference in the world, you need to leave no stone unturned.

I don’t know how you feel, but I don’t want to look back on my life and wish that I could have done more.

And I would hate to see a venture that I was involved in fail because I didn’t do all that I could do to make it succeed.

Thanks John for reminding me to leave no stone unturned in my endeavours.

And let me encourage you to do the same.

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