“I used to think forgiveness was letting someone off the hook. But forgiveness is really a change in your perception of what you think happened. When you go outside looking to bestow forgiveness, you will always fail. It always starts with yourself.”
Using the legendary story of Nelson Mandela as a metaphor, James Trapp extrapolates stunning examples of how forgiveness truly works. “Our minds have a lot of power to create negative chatter. And how we see the world is a reflection of what we’re replaying and regurgitating in our consciousness.”
A mesmerizing speaker and thought leader, James Trapp exemplifies overcoming adversity. From an early age, he was well acquainted with difficulty and financial hardship. The oldest of eight children, he was abandoned by his birth mother during his formative years. Nevertheless, he attended Princeton University and pursued a lucrative career in law before addiction issues derailed his promising trajectory.
“I lost everything before I finally found–and forgave–myself. I believe we have the power to co-create with the universe.” The creator of the “Powerful Beyond Measure” audio series and other inspirational products, his site is www.jamestrapp.com.Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com.