10 Principles for Overcoming Adversity – Donovin Darius

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Take your life to the next level. How do you deal with life when you feel it is one adversity after the next? Whenever we go through a tough time we ask ourselves, “why me?” However, that is wrong because there is a reason and purpose for everything. Learn about 10 principles that will help you overcome adversity. Donovin Darius is a Motivational Speaker, 10 yr NFL Player, and Peak Performance Success Coach. Every morning he will be your online Motivational Coach. Join him in his journey to discover your purpose and maximize your potential. Pick up a copy of Donovin’s Motivational and Inspirational Book entitled “Next Level Motivation – Principles for Living Life to the Fullest” at www.DonovinDariusMotivation.com Book or Refer Donovin Darius to speak for your men, women, youth groups, churches and teams. Contact@ DonovinDarius.com Subscribe to his channel: Donovin Darius
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