March 2017

30.3.2017 Technology

5 Calendar Tools To Keep You Focused On Being Awesome.

You can’t get anywhere without a plan. To make progress, you need to get good at segmenting your day and using smart tools like a calendar to stay focused. Psychologically, you’re wired to complete easy wins without doing what it takes to invest in long-term success — the daily meditations, reading time, or workouts you Read More 

29.3.2017 Extreme Behavior

Your Shortcut To Success.

Mediocre people do mediocre things. Normal people, looking for normal results, do normal things. If you want to be extraordinary, then you have to do extreme things. You won’t find breakthrough looking in the middle of your challenge. It’s at the edges. That’s where the critics point when they want to make fun of somebody. Read More 

28.3.2017 Attitude | Leadership

Making Progress Is Messy.

You don’t have to get it right the first time. You just have to keep trying. Perfection isn’t the goal. Getting to where you want to be is the goal. Often that is an ugly process. It’s messy. Full of the human things that cause frustration and confusion. You’re going to make mistakes along the way. Read More 

27.3.2017 Fear | Leadership

The Mistake Of Believing That They Are Smarter Than You.

Think about the rules and conventional wisdom you have adopted to help you run your life. You believe that if you have more money that you will have fewer problems. You believe that you can’t get a decent job without an advanced degree. You believe that you shouldn’t feel good about yourself unless your body is Read More 

25.3.2017 Attitude | Extreme Behavior | Fear

You’ve Got So Much More Potential.

Thuuuuuuuud. It was the middle of the night. Steve was jolted awake in the middle of a raging storm. In the dark and stormy unknown of the Atlantic Ocean. It had all started as a race. He had planned to race his sleek, 6.5m sloop, the Napoleon Solo, from England to Spain and then back Read More 

23.3.2017 Technology

14+ Ways Cloze Delivers a Better CRM Experience.

Smart people use smart tools to achieve greatness. It’s hard to be maniacally focused on your goals when you’re juggling 37 different tools, email accounts, social media profiles, and to do lists scattered throughout your phone, inbox, and refrigerator sticky notes. The other problem is that most of the tools being thrown at you today to Read More