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Here’s your video for Spark! Challenge Day 6!
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Watch this fun video from a kid who is offering you a “pep talk – because the world needs you to be awesome! It’s time to do something.”

Share one of your “If I knew I wouldn’t fail I would…” statements from today’s challenge with us in the comments below!

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If I knew I wouldn’t fail, I would start my adventure camp for kids and families to unplug and reconnect with each other and mother nature. 🙂

If I knew I wouldn’t fail, I would help my family find their unity again, win a lottery to allow my family financial freedom, put my trust in people and my god again and I would be an actress. This has always been my first love, but I was told by my parents that this would never pay the bills. This program has been very eye opening.

Thank You,

If I knew I wouldn’t fail I would go back to college and finish my Psychology degree and open my own practice to help troubled teens!

If I knew I would not fail, I would tear down the walls that separate society. I would unite the world as a harmonious place, offering equality to all while eliminating the attitudes, indifferences, and barriers that ties us to failure. “You can never stand with success until you have fallen to failure” Thomas Worthington. This is my personal statement.

If I knew that I wouldn’t fail, I would invest my money, everything that I could. I would make huge, lucrative investments and with the money I made, I would create a fund for police officers and their families who are in need. I would use that money to help pay bills, make home improvements or vehicle repairs; whatever the money was needed for.

If I knew I wouldn’t fail I would design a huge piece of land that is geared toward using health and fitness as a base foundation to helping people overcome doubt, fear and misfortunes. I’d have a rule that there is no circumstances that would hold people from not coming. Financial assistance would be given. The program, would be setup like the biggest loser where people would enter for a given 3 month period, and then they’d leave but still be partnered and supported by a network of fitness facilities and support personnel. By having this platform, I’d be living my life’s purpose of developing champions and invoking that confidence and foundation in each person that comes through the program.

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