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& My Journey From Chaos to Success
Hey! I’m Christian Pyrros
And I’m the Senior Coach here at elevanation. Over the course of my 50+ years on this earth and my decades of professional coaching and mentorship, I’ve learned that the journey to success is never a smooth one.
It’s rough. It’s dirty. And if you have enough grit, perseverance, and outright luck, you can achieve it on your own. But the hard truth is, most people don’t.
I know I didn’t. But it was the help of a mentor that lifted me from the chaos of my life and showed me the path to success.
It was the help of that mentor that inspired me to start my own coaching service, elevanation, more than 20 years ago. We’ve since expanded to include 7 different programs.
But it was the help of that mentor that led to the fundamental understanding that’s at the core of each of our programs…
Everyone has enormous potential locked inside of them. They just need the right guidance to unleash that potential and start forging their path towards success.
Lessons Learned: Success Is Built on Chaos
Okay, okay. So we’ve all heard the stories about that perfect person, right? The one who lands that perfect job, raises that perfect family, and is always perfectly happy—seemingly without ever stressing, restrategizing, or even lifting a single finger.
But I’m here to tell you that those stories are just that… stories.
Because in reality, success takes work. Success takes planning. Success takes dedication. And more often than not, success is built on chaos.
It just takes a strategic hand to show you how to come out of your chaos and shift your trajectory towards success.
Trust me, I’ve experienced that journey firsthand.
Of course, it’s clear to me now that the core cause of my inconsistency was a lack of a social foundation—I had no one to keep me honest, to give me advice, and to cheer me on. So, I’d flounder. And eventually, I’d be fired.
And don’t get me started on relationships and dating… a series of disasters that ended up with me getting hurt, a broken heart for someone else, or both.
So there I was: jobless, friendless, and directionless. I felt, in a very real sense, hopeless.