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DWAYNE O. WRIGHT

Your Mindset and Fitness Coach

 

MISSION: To Inspire And Motivate Men And Women to Optimize Their Mindset, Rediscover Themselves, And Live Well.

Hello wonderful people, thank you for taking the first step towards living an optimal life.

Probably you don't want to be skinny; probably you don't want to have big muscles; probably you don't want to be a millionaire; probably you don't want to be an entrepreneur; probably you don't want to be a public speaker; probably you don’t want to be on TV or in the public square. You get the drift right? Ok great!

But, say you want to be all of the above, that is great. But what you don’t want, is for someone to make you feel like you have to be a certain thing in order to be relevant and live optimally. I know you understand what i’m saying! No matter what you are or who you are, or what level you are on, there is a universal desire to be your optimal self.

That desire is often over run by constantly trying to keep up with the other demands of life. Personal development is often way down on your priority list — which should not be, but we understand that life happens. No matter how much you invest in your business, your education, or other things in life — you are not complete until you start investing in yourself. Being optimal gives you more leverage while grabbing life by the horns.

What is one thing that most people want? The answer is, Most people want to live an optimal life. that’s it!

Most people, no matter what level they are on in life, just want to live happy, balanced, healthy and well. Sometimes you find it difficult to do it by yourself, and all you need is a little motivation, inspiration and guidance. Because, guess what, its already in you.

That's where I come in. I am a coach that meet you where you are, however your are. I meet you wherever you are on your journey to an optimal life. I help you to optimize your mindset, rediscover yourself and live well. I give you strategies and tools to maintain long term results. 

You could stop worrying about fad diets and unattainable programs that demand too much from you. You could stop feeling like you have to be a certain person because someone else thinks that's who you should be. You could stop feeling like a failure because others are defining what success is for you. You can now live in your own reality and enjoy life moment by moment.

You don't have to put off life or the things you love in order to live optimally. Life is not that complicated. Minor adjustments, slowly and gradually take precedent over quick fixes that are emotionally charged, any day. 

You are unique, with unique traits and qualities even if you are telling yourself otherwise. You deserve to live optimally even if you think it's difficult.

Life is too short to be otherwise.

I approach life from an angle of reality and common sense, and not from angle of irrationality and hype. I pay attention to what works for you, and not what's popular.  

Many people will tell you to change or shift your mindset, or to have confidence, or do this or that, but are scarce on detailed strategies on how to do so effectively. I go deep to the core foundational mindset, then work my way up, tackling every aspect of life — clearly and honestly.

I am not just your coach, I am your partner, who works with you every step of the way until you reach your optimal level. I hold you accountable, guide you, motivate you, and inspire you on your journey to be the best you possible.  

We all know that serious personal development is not an overnight, quick fix mission. That's why I provide common sense, reality driven, client-centered coaching systems and strategies that will help you to take small steps to acquire long term results. 

Where It Started

I came from a very humble beginning. I lived off the the bare minimum. I remember having only one pair of good pants and a good shirt. I remember going to school bare feet on numerous occasions. I remember sharing a bed with my cousins. I remember walking miles to get drinking water. We didn't have a TV to watch, nor a fridge to get a cold drink out of — in fact we didn't even have electricity. I could go on and on — but the fact is, that was my reality for many years growing up. 

It's a reality that constantly give me hope. It's a reality that keeps me humble. It's a reality that helps me to discover myself and my purpose. It's a reality that reminds me that pain encourages growth. It's a reality that lets me understand the value of small, kind gestures. It's a reality that reminds me not to take anything for granted. It's a reality that taught me perseverance. It's a reality that shaped me into the man I am today. 

I grew up with my grandmother in a little rural district in Jamaica. We didn't have much material things, but we had love, happiness, and strong values. My grandmother always tells us that one day our situation will change with hard work and dedication. Even though she couldn’t read, she made education a priority for us. She taught me to always be kind and help others no matter how small the deed is.

a strong foundation holds the structure of the optimal life that I live today.

My early years taught me to appreciate life to the maximum level. It taught me to be humble. It taught me to make the best of every moment no matter how hard I think it is. It taught me that there are way more to life than material gains. It strengthens me to the core, and let me realize that when you are down, there is only one direction you can go, and that's up. It allowed me to define myself from an early age, so no one else didn't get the chance to define me.

At age 16, I became very interested in health and wellness. I started lifting weights and paying attention to my diet. I started my first workout group when I was 17 years old. I trained a small group of ladies from my community that was eager to get into shape.

I realized after a while that my peers and even older people were seeking advice and information from me. I was providing life coaching services and didn't even know it. At that time, I didn't even know what life coaching was, or that it was a thing. I was just doing what came naturally to me.

I came to the United States when I was 20 years old. Even though helping people was my passion, I went straight to college and pursued a different subject all together. Coming to a country with so many different options, I thought I'd step away from my true passion and see if something else would stick. I got a chance to see different things, worked in many different industries; but my passion kept knocking on my door.

I  got certified as a personal trainer, and worked with clients in the gym and in their homes for a few years. While working as a personal trainer, I realized that I had a lot more to offer; that's when I started my journey to becoming a life coach. More specifically mindset and wellness coach. I used specific strategies and way of thinking to optimize my own mindset to live my best life. I also helped many people over the years realized their potential and rediscover themselves.

I BELIEVE THAT WHEN YOU MARRY A GREAT MINDSET WITH GREAT WELLNESS, you will be well on your way to be the best you possible…