Regrets. Actions not taken. Opportunities not seized. Life settled for, not seized. Sound familiar? The good news is that discouragement and setback define us only when given the power to do so. You and I don't have to live life that is hobbled or imprisoned by regret. What Momma Didn't Put In offers perspectives for a new beginning. In disarming fashion, Momma's story pushes us to look closely where we are and encourages us to consider the changes needed to get us where we want to go. This allegory pushes past our walls of defense and excuse challenging us to become more than we have been. A Journey to Success helps us examine beliefs, attitudes, and actions that may be holding us back from becoming the person we were designed to be. Ultimately we aren't where we are because of people and circumstances. We are where we are because we haven't taken the necessary steps to be somewhere different. It is time to move from passivity to action, from resignation to resolve. Stop imitating the life you have come to accept and start embracing the life you were created to have EMBRACING CHANGE TO IMPROVE YOUR EFFECTIVENESS Rob Inrig, Med Counselling Psychology, is a certified Birkman consultant assisting individuals, organizations and companies to utilize their strengths to maximum advantage. He believes that individuals, families and corporations benefit when they function from a position of character, passion, and personal strength. Author, speaker, and corporate coach, Rob addresses topics including: leadership, conflict and change, power that leads to success, crisis response and counseling / parenting issues. He formerly administrated counseling programs in a large metropolitan school district as well as serving as a sessional lecturer in Communications for Counseling Psychology at the University of British Columbia. In addition to the aforementioned, Rob is a member of Transformational Speakers. Further information is provided at www.robinrig.com.