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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 

16.2.2017 Extreme Behavior

The Painful Importance Of Having Hustle.

Hustle doesn’t always mean sprint. Most often it means “grind.” That’s the tough truth about trying to go places. It’s not usually going to go the way you want it to. At least not right away. You have to fight for every inch of progress you want to achieve. On the good days, you’re going to Read More 

15.2.2017 Attitude | Fear | Leadership

Your Truth Will Come Out.

There aren’t many secrets you will die with. The truth about life and your pursuit of success is that the truth eventually comes out. If you’ve been living a lie, you’re guaranteed to be discovered — even if it takes decades. If you’re feeling undiscovered and discouraged by a lack of recognition, know that your hard Read More 

14.2.2017 Leadership

Belief Or Convenient Perspective?

Believe strongly. Believe passionately. Don’t expect everyone else to believe what you do or how you do. But believe something. Most people go an entire lifetime without really knowing what they believe. Never really believing in the things that they say they believe. Beliefs about honesty. Beliefs about opportunity. Beliefs about cause and effect. You Read More