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19.7.2016 Attitude

The Uncanny Secret To Achieving More. 

What do you see when you look around you? Would you feel? If you’re someone who notices all the imperfections in life then you probably feel pretty miserable. You’re not happy no matter where you are. No matter what good thing is happening, you don’t notice. You lose out on the opportunity to find delight Read More 

18.7.2016 Ordinary Heroes

Debi Lowery: No Regrets. [Podcast]

We are all running from something. Fears from our past. Frustration in the present. Unrealized expectations for the future. It can be all-consuming. The thought that no matter what you do it’s not good enough. The fear that you might never get to where you want to be. The regrets of failure from the past. Read More 

13.7.2016 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

You’re Not Winning Because You’re Not Willing To Give Up.

If your goals matter to you, you’re going to have to do things in the short term that aren’t comfortable. If you want radical change, you’re going to have to sacrifice. It’s going to hurt. You’re going to have to give up sleep. That means you’re never going to feel like it’s the right time Read More 

12.7.2016 Leadership

You’re Not The Only One Who Is Right. 

Perspective matters. You don’t get the opportunity to see the entire picture. You see the part you’re looking at right now. You feel the emotions you’re having right now. That’s not the entire story. You’re not experiencing the entire situation. You’re just getting a piece of it. Your perspective. It’s important to remember. Because your Read More 

11.7.2016 Ordinary Heroes

The Time Before Awesome [Podcast]

Just because you have to grovel and grind right now doesn’t mean you’ll need to do that forever. Just because you’re tired and beaten down from the battle you’re in right now doesn’t mean there won’t be a day soon where you feel refreshed, motivated, and inspired by all the progress you’ve made. It’s easy to get Read More 

7.7.2016 Business

How To Survive As A Sales Manager [Interview]

I still remember the first time I was made the head of sales. It was a small company and I was far-and-away the best sales person there. Almost 85% of the revenue of the company came from me and my efforts. I was a superstar sales guy and it made all the sense in the Read More