July 9, 2021

049 - The Hardest Part of Any Journey is the First Step with Chris McCormack

049 - The Hardest Part of Any Journey is the First Step with Chris McCormack

On this week’s episode of The 2020 Entrepreneur World (T20E World) Chris McCormack is back to share with everyone how the hardest part of any journey is the FIRST STEP. Chris was on episode 43 “Working from Anywhere … in the WORLD” as he shared with us h...


On this week’s episode of The 2020 Entrepreneur World (T20E World) Chris McCormack is back to share with everyone how the hardest part of any journey is the FIRST STEP. Chris was on episode 43 “Working from Anywhere … in the WORLD” as he shared with us how he is a world traveler, photographer, humanitarian, and public speaker. 

Taking the first step of YOUR journey is the hardest part. You must step outside of your comfort zone in order to take your FIRST STEP. We tend to always think of the worst things that could possibly happen to us, but why not think of the positives instead of the negatives? 

Unfortunately, the more you want to succeed the more haters you will get, BUT do not let that take you down … it is the nature of life and just the way it is. It will only make you stronger. You may feel like you will fail along the way, but Chris expresses that you NEVER fail, you either win or you learn! You just always have to believe in yourself! 

Chris leaves off with great advice for all … “There are many ways to make it to the top of the mountain, someone else’s path may not be yours. Stay on your path, NO MATTER WHAT. If you do that..... see you at the top!”

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Chris McCormack

Public Speaker, Photographer, World Traveler, Humanitarian

Chris is a world traveler, photographer, humanitarian and public speaker! He has been traveling and working remotely for the past 7 years. He has even worked in places as close as the North Pole, all the way to the Amazon Jungle.