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16.1.2017 Business | Leadership

Don’t Do It.

Never expect anyone else to work harder than you are. Never build your business plan around getting lucky. Never make decisions based on ego or embarrassment. Never let yourself stay in a bad mood. Never stop sweating the details and deadlines. Never waste time being happy when other people fail. Never stop learning, listening, or Read More 

12.1.2017 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

Is It Really Worth It?

You can always find something to distract you. Even if you’re not looking for a distraction, it’s easy to waste time being distracted. Sports and school, work, weekend plans, and family — they all have a way of momentarily costing you momentum. You’re busy doing things that get you closer to where you want to Read More 

11.1.2017 Extreme Behavior | Fear

Use That Guilt As Motivation.

You know that sick feeling you get deep down in your stomach when you’re disappointed in yourself? You know you could have done better. Maybe even won. But you didn’t try hard enough. You didn’t get started soon enough. You didn’t have enough intensity, urgency, or drive to do enough of what mattered. And now Read More 

10.1.2017 Attitude

You Get To Decide What You Do Next.

Most of your life is just a series of decisions. The rest of it is you sleeping. Every waking moment, you have unlimited opportunities to do the things that you think are important. Everything is a choice. You can change your mind 100 times in a row. You can get started on something and then stop Read More 

9.1.2017 Business | Leadership

13 Steps To Getting All Those Things Done.

You won’t ever get to where you want to be if you can’t get things done consistently. Whether it is a New Year’s resolution or a new life direction, you have to do something different if you want to achieve success. That requires focus and determination and a plan for getting things done. If you Read More 

5.1.2017 Leadership | Pain

A Breakfast With Bobcats.

I was more than 18 hours into my run and slightly more than 92 miles closer to the finish line of the Arkansas Traveller 100 than when I started at 5 a.m. earlier that morning — and I had to go to the bathroom. Bad. My stomach was blowing up. I didn’t feel like eating or Read More