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22.10.2014 Fear | Leadership | Pain

You Should Be Worried.

You should be worried about ebola turning into an uncontrollable plague. You should be worried because there aren’t any good paying jobs where you’re living right now. You should be worried because the unemployment rate is too high to support thriving communities. You should be worried because police officers are armed with tanks and Special Forces Read More 

21.10.2014 Leadership

Those Aren’t Good Warning Signs.

Life is full of warning signs. Slow down. Road work ahead. Low balance notification. Gas tank on empty. You get alerts when you need to exercise more, when there is a dangerous virus on your computer, and when you’re running out of driving time to get to your next business meeting. Those warning signs keep you Read More 

20.10.2014 Attitude | Extreme Behavior | Fear | Leadership

The Lies That Are Making You Lose.

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times. From business, to sports, to politics, relationships, money, and success — “fake it until you make it.” Pretend like you’re already there, and you’ll eventually get there. Spend like you’re a champion, and you’ll end up wealthy enough to be a champion. It’s all Read More 

16.10.2014 Attitude | Business

Success, Marketing, And The Power Of Being An Idiot Sometimes.

One of the secrets to success in life is to master personal relationships. It doesn’t matter what you’re trying to achieve, it all comes down to the “being human” factor — how good you are at managing the craziness of people. Whether you are trying to be a olympic athlete, get promoted at a new job, Read More 

15.10.2014 Attitude | Fear | Love | Pain

What To Do When Awesome People Do Dumb Things.

Just because you want “it” to be that way doesn’t mean it’s going to happen. Being logical is the ultimate ironic discussion. It’s completely perspective based. And constantly changing. How many times have you found yourself puzzled because someone around you made a decision that seems completely crazy? How many times have you seen a tragic circumstance evolve from a simple Read More 

14.10.2014 Business | Extreme Behavior

11 Lessons For Winning I Learned Running 100 Miles In The Ozark Mountains.

It was 4:15 am when my alarm went off. I slowly pulled myself out of the hotel bed and shuffled over to the bathroom to brush my teeth. Today was the day. After years of running and several intense months of targeted training, I was as prepared as possible for this race. Or so I Read More