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, but I had a lot of adversity and I kept fighting and fighting and never gave up.

Speaking Engagements

I have a story. I have a message. My story goes deep. It is not your story. However, by sharing my story, by sharing how I got out of the negative state I was in, how I was able to pick myself and dust myself off, fighting through adversity, fighting through the struggles, fighting through my own mental incapacity. I was poisoning myself with thoughts that would consume me and I did not realize this until I had called myself a victim.

I want to share my story about how I took responsibility for my life. Even if it was not my fault, I took responsibility. I did not blame others. I would no longer complain to anybody about my life. I simply took responsibility, and those are the things that I want to talk about. I want to talk about taking responsibility for your life. I want to talk about getting out of your comfort zone. I want to talk about taking a chance.

Speaking Engagements

I have a story. I have a message. My story goes deep. It is not your story. However, by sharing my story, by sharing how I got out of the negative state I was in, how I was able to pick myself and dust myself off, fighting through adversity, fighting through the struggles, fighting through my own mental incapacity. I was poisoning myself with thoughts that would consume me and I did not realize this until I had called myself a victim.

I want to share my story about how I took responsibility for my life. Even if it was not my fault, I took responsibility. I did not blame others. I would no longer complain to anybody about my life. I simply took responsibility, and those are the things that I want to talk about. I want to talk about taking responsibility for your life. I want to talk about getting out of your comfort zone. I want to talk about taking a chance.

 

 

Babam!

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.

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