“Not everyone will understand your journey. That’s fine. It’s not their journey to make sense of. It’s yours.” — Zero Dean
My name is Zero Dean. Since 2010, the lessons I’ve shared have reached an audience in the millions. In 2015, my “Not everyone will understand your journey” quote was shared with over 30 MILLION people on Facebook alone.
In December 2018, I published my first book. It’s called Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled Volume 1 and you can find it on Amazon sites worldwide. It includes the above quote and approximately 400 other potentially life-changing lessons for men & women of all ages.
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I share lessons to help people find the courage, confidence, motivation, and self-discipline needed to overcome life’s challenges. Everything I share is based on real-life experiences and an ongoing journey along the path less traveled.
Because posts are written in response to life experiences, current ruminations, or lessons learned from my journey (2010 to present), there is no set schedule or agenda (other than to provide value).
No ads • No sponsors • No seminars • No “secrets to success” • No mystical motivation • No insincere enthusiasm • No superficial ego-boosting posts • No manipulative marketing tactics • No emphasis on materialism over happiness • No desire to imitate anyone or conform to the status quo • No insistent requests to subscribe to blog or follow on social media • No hidden agenda • No one to impress. • No hypocrisy — I live in congruence with the lessons I share. Love it or hate it. Content is written to be helpful and meaningful, not perfect or popular or designed for likes.
Your phone doesn’t make you do anything.
Don’t blame your lack of discipline or self-control on technology. If you’re a servant to your phone or social mediaRead more.
True leaders don’t waste time trying to convince others of their importance because they know that their leadership skills areRead more.
What kind of person do you want to be?
Who we are today is a result of all the decisions we’ve ever made in life. Whatever we wish toRead more.
Actions are harder to fake than words
An honest enemy is better than a false friend. When in doubt, pay more attention to what people do andRead more.
How do you know what you know?
It is not until we take the time to question who we are, what we know, and how we knowRead more.
Making a difference requires mindfulness
Do you care about your friends? Your neighbors? Your community? Local businesses? Your city? If the answer is yes, whatRead more.
A heartfelt thank you for the thank you
I received my first heartfelt “thank you” for my book this afternoon from a man who said the ending almostRead more.
Plan your path
You can’t always go where you want to go when you want to go there, but you can begin planningRead more.
Running the risk of unsettling people
Making a difference means running the risk of unsettling anyone who would rather have things be as they are thanRead more.
The fact is that everyone – on some level – cares what other people think. So the more you tryRead more.
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