Jack Delosa Adversity and Triumph

We recently interviewed Aussie Multi-Millionaire, Entrepreneur and Investor Jack Delosa on the Addicted2Success Podcast, to find out how he made $25 Million by the age of 27 and how he managed to build an empire around aspiring Entrepreneurs who are eager to learn about starting their own businesses in Australia.

Today I’d love to share with you the following video by Jack Delosa where he shares his advice on how to effectively turn your adversities into triumphs.


Turning Adversity into Triumph


Questions to really think about…

What was the most challenging period of your life?

What was the hardest, most difficult time in your journey?

Is it possible that this event was the best thing that ever happened to you?


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  2. Hi Joel

    That is a cracking little video from Jack Delosa, and it’s incredibly powerfull in my opinion.

    We all see the past, the alleged successes, and painful failures as things that should be cherished…or forgotten. In reality, EVERYTHING has something to offer us as we strive to learn, grow, achieve our goals.

    It’s so easy to apportion blame, see a ‘negative’ experience as a reason for embarrassment or shame, when in reality, none of these experiences are really success or failure, just results of a test. A test that does not produce the desired outcome is almost MORe valuable than something that produces just the results you hoped for, or were expecting.

    It’s really hard to see it that way sometimes, but I think Jack’s video demonstrates that, even with some pretty terrible experiences, people can still come through and be happy, successful, and extremely inspiring.

    I’ve been through some adversity myself, luckily (touch wood) no deaths in my close family (other than grandparents), but I have struggled with anxiety for a lot of my life, feeling overwhelmed at the apparent enormity of the taks of building a business, creating a good income, even when I know deep down that I am very capable of achieving success in pretty much any area I choose.

    In fact, I lay on my bed one day with my wife (don’t worry, we were both fully clothed), and talked about why I feel like I am never going to ‘make it’. By the time I reflected on my life, I realised that I had succeeded in so much more than I had ‘failed’ at. But, for many of us, it’s a lifelong battle against self doubt. We just need to learn from all our experiences and experiments and dust ourselves down and keep on going.

    This video, as well as your site as a whole, is a great asset to those working away to create success in their lives, whatever that means to them. So thank you for creating something special.


  3. Love how Jack is reframing the adversities he’s had in life! When we shift our perspective and see things “in a different light”… that’s where the magic is!


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