September 2016

28.9.2016 Attitude

Not Good Enough.

It takes a different brand of crazy to achieve outrageous results. It’s not logical to obsess about details that are probably already good enough. It’s not normal to try to improve what might even be considered great. That’s the difference between people who achieve extraordinary things and everyone else. It’s not good enough. Real champions Read More 

27.9.2016 Business

26 Inspired Insights For Winning At Business And Life.

Your ability to win is directly related to your ability to tough it out. Inspiration is a reward. You have to work for it and fight to keep it. The opposite of success isn’t failure. It’s apathy. You don’t need to worry about getting it wrong as long as you are willing to keep trying. Read More 

26.9.2016 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

The Biggest Decision You Make Each Day.

Being successful is something that we all think about. Whether it’s losing weight or making more money, getting promoted or just being happy — none of us want to lose. You want what you want. You want to win. In the early 1980s, Woody Allen was asked about his success. He seemed to possess a Read More 

22.9.2016 Fear | Leadership

Wasting Your Wake-Up Call.

Sometimes bad news is the best news you can get. You’re stuck and frustrated and not sure what to do. You’re pretty sure things aren’t the way they should be but aren’t motivated enough to change them. You’re going through the motions. That bad news is your motivation to turn things around. A wake-up call. Read More 

19.9.2016 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

When The Hard Thing Is Nothing.

Sometimes the hard thing is nothing. Doing nothing. Just waiting. Usually, when you think of doing hard things, you think about investing superhuman effort or enduring an unusually high level of pain or discomfort. What is just as hard is to do nothing when you feel like doing everything. That’s hard. It’s hard to forgive and Read More 

14.9.2016 Attitude

Just Do Better Next Time.

You won’t get it right all the time. Chances are that you won’t get it right a lot of a time. You’re going to make mistakes and hurt people. And they aren’t going to be happy about it. So do better next time. You can whine and whimper, make excuses, and blame unfair circumstances — Read More