29.7.2015 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

9 Things To Do When What You’re Doing Isn’t Working.  

Sometimes you’re doing everything right and still not getting the results you expect. You’re doing the work, you’re sticking to the plan, you’re improving, preparing, brutally honest about expected outcomes — but all your hard work doesn’t seem to be working. You’re not building up momentum. You’re not making enough money. You don’t even seem Read More 

28.7.2015 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Before You’re A Somebody Too.

BEFORE Michael Dell was the billionaire founder of Dell Inc., he washed dishes at a Chinese restaurant and then bussed table at a Mexican restaurant to get some cash. BEFORE Tim Cook was the CEO of Apple, he delivered newspapers as a young boy in his Alabama hometown. He also worked at a paper mill Read More 

27.7.2015 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

The Lies Your Tired Brain Tells You.

If you’re not tired, you’re not working hard enough. And if you are working hard enough, your brain is tired. How you feel, how quickly you figure things out, how you interpret what happens to you — that is all computed, calculated, and configured by your brain. Sometimes it’s a lie. What you think is true Read More 

22.7.2015 Fear | Leadership

When You Want To Be Amazing.

Be amazing. Not just better than those around you. Not just good enough to get by. Amazing. Mind-blowingly awesome. You have to aim for something, so you might as well pick something legendary. You have to have a goal, so you might as well pick one that is big enough to change the world. So Read More 

21.7.2015 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

What If You’re Wrong?

What if you’re wrong? What if what you think is going to lead to success only turns out to be someone else’s wishful thinking? What if your shortcut is really just a disappointing dead end? What if everything you think you know about being successful and happy is wrong? What then? What happens next? Do Read More 

20.7.2015 Attitude | Fear | Leadership

You Don’t Have It Any Tougher Than Anyone Else. 

We’re all going through something. You. Me. Everyone you know, meet, or work with — today or any day. You might be struggling with your health or money or addiction and the person next to you might be struggling with how to keep their marriage together, which business options to pursue, or what to do when they Read More