February 2017

28.2.2017 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

4 Questions Successful People Ask Themselves.

The principles that drive success are timeless. They are not trendy or fashionable. They don’t just work in a particular region or for one generation. They aren’t governed by how much money you have or what degrees and certificates you have achieved. The basic building blocks of success and breakthrough are always the same. Effort, Read More 

27.2.2017 Extreme Behavior | Fear | Leadership

Uncertainty Is A Certainty.

Most of the time you’re not going to be sure. That’s the challenge of making hard decisions and trying to pursue your goal without having already been down the path that you need to go. There are clues that lead you to believe you should be doing what you’re doing. The insights and perspectives of Read More 

23.2.2017 Attitude | Fear | Pain

Willing To Pay Whatever Cost.

The cost of freedom is fear. The cost of progress is pain. The cost of innovation is ridicule. The cost of believing is loneliness. The cost of trying is failure. The cost of friendship is status. The cost of trust is abuse. Greatness demands grit. You can’t change your life or improve your financial position Read More 

22.2.2017 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

Only Focus On What You Can Control.

A lot of life is outside your control. Most of the time, no matter what you do, you can’t force other people to do what you want to do. You can’t instantaneously impact nature or economic trends. You can’t control the weather or the decisions that are made by other people in authority over you. It’s Read More 

21.2.2017 Pain

Welcome To Whatever.

There is no greatness without pain and struggle. Change demands friction and adjustment. Both of which are uncomfortable. The hard truth about accomplishing big things is that it is going to cost you more then you ever expect. You think you’re ready to play the game. You think you know the risk involved. But somehow, Read More 

20.2.2017 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

How Winners Think Differently.

The biggest difference between winners and losers is how they each think. Winners think about winning. What they want. What they need to do. Where they need to do it. And how. Losers think about not losing. They don’t want to be embarrassed or look like a fool. At a quick glance, it looks like Read More