Who Am I?
Hi, my name is Mario Arace. I am a 30-year professional. Back in 2011, I had my passion stripped of me. All the other things that happened in my life, I’ve had a lot of setbacks, I’ve had a lot of trials and tribulations, I’ve had a lot of heartache, I’ve lost people close to me even at a very, very young age, I had a lot of adversity but I kept fighting and fighting and I never gave up.
Everybody has the ability to change their life and put themselves on a path to freedom and happiness. That is now my passion, to put myself on a path, a never-ending path, to elevate others and put them on the same path to freedom and happiness.
Had the opportunity to share a few days in sunny Orlando, with some of the most amazing people! Mario Arace is one of those amazing people, and he was nice enough to give me a copy of his new book – dedicated to elevating others. I’d highly recommend reading it, and following Mario’s Elevate Others FB page. We can all use more positivity in our life, and the energy Mario brings is incredible.
If you haven’t scheduled a call to talk with Mario Arace and you are thinking about it, mannnn just go for it, you are missing out big time.
I can easily tell you that he will help you bring the best out of you because that is really what he is passioned about (and he really knows how to use his gift).
I know we are all in different stages of our businesses but no matter the stage, if you have something in your mind that keeps your turning like a hamster in a hamster wheel, then you will not go very far unless you address it and do something “different with it”.
As I woke up today, I felt as if I lost 10+ lbs overnight 😀 he allowed me to see things clearer and it helped me take a big step forward in my journey to make a difference in this world.
I ended up breaking down in tears during this call, no lie.
The reason I broke down in tears, is because I still to this day (in spite of all my “success” ) still carry the fear of failure with me from time-to-time, it paralyzes me from thinking clearly and appreciating everything that I should be grateful for.
I worry about all of the things that can go wrong in my new endeavor.
What he reminded me, and I’d like to share with you is:
– Never let yourself be a prisoner of your past
– Fear of failure is self-constructed
– Failure is only failure if you give up, otherwise, they are all just learning lessons
– So many things can go wrong, but all you need is for a few things to go right and those few things can dramatically improve your life.
Just got off a call with Mario Arace, I can assure you that he’s one of the most honest and truest guys out there. Brutally honest with no freakin filter and this is what we need sometimes! Not always the cuteness and the nice stuff!….
I have so much more clarity, on my life’s purpose and path, just by one call… ELEVATING OTHERS to the next level. No doubt about that. Mario is really behind his own sentence!
He really finds the issue, and he can see through you, tell you what the problem is, and come up with the solution. He’s really passionate about helping others elevate, got a whole another perspective on how I see things, and this was a BIG confidence booster!
Babam has been my internal superpower for many, many, many years. Babam is something I would say every time something exceptional happened, every time something exceptional happened to somebody else, every time there was a win, a victory, something I had overcome it was a celebration of being powerful and making things happen, and when good things happened I would immediately yell, “Babam,” whether it was friends, colleagues, whether we were succeeding as a team, whether we were succeeding in life, succeeding in our professional lives, when something wonderful happened I would say, “Babam.”
But what Babam became to me in 2015 once I started climbing out of the rabbit hole I was in that was sucking the life out of me, I used Babam even in the situations where I was facing obstacles, I was facing setbacks, I was facing struggles. Rather than cower to them, rather than allow them to defeat me, I embraced them and Babam became my cape. It became my superpower to overcome all of the negativity that allowed me to consume mental trash.