Action for Change

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Surround yourself with those who support you and not those who enjoy tearing you apart.

Erase the ‘you can’t do it’  ‘no one will follow your ideas’  bullshit

People have a hard time thinking outside their cultural norms.



Follow your dreams.




Don’t waste time explaining yourself to people who aren’t capable of listening. So, step out of your comfort zone, they’ll listen later.

Each doubt moves you closer to producing something extraordinary.

You CREATE your own dreams, goals, and aspirations. 

I am an Original. 

A Cultural Outlier. 

So, surprise lets living shit out of those who said we couldn’t do it.

By taking the next opportunity towards change.

I am THE creator of MY OWN life.



Humans are remarkable.  We are capable of benefiting society.

Your Way or the Highway?

Which would you choose?

The highway or the dangerous rugged road with no map?

By choosing the dangerous road, you will run into obstacles, moving you closer to those who uplift you. A community of innovators.

By choosing the highway. You avoid meeting new people. You experience zero challenges or change.

Success and happiness


Success and happiness aren’t handed out like candy on Halloween.

even though I wish it was… MMM…

Life would be easy… AND YUMMY!



These videos have inspired me

I hope they inspire you as well.

People who are the most successful are those who started at the bottom.

They have seen what it means to be the janitor.

By the way…



Placing themselves second; and into the shoes of others.  

They use the gaps in society as stepping-stones.


Change is the new million dollar word.

$$$$$$ KA-CHING $$$$$$

What do you think “needs a fixer-upper?”


Author: Morgan Sarkissian

23-year-old Nursing student, whose life got shifted in .056 seconds. My cars brakes failed me and in a split second my life was filled upside down I decided to create a blog to share my experience throughout my early twenties, and how I have learned to overcome life's biggest challenge. Who I am? I work with children who are gifted, by helping them transform their “so-called” weaknesses into strengths. I am an advocate for equality and mental health. I see people for who they are internally rather than what they are on the outside. Just an optimistic, caring, and driven nursing student wanting to help others who had their life flipped in a second.

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