1.7.2015 Attitude | Leadership

The Truth About Being Awesome.

You don’t have to be perfect to be awesome. You don’t even have to be right most of the time. But you can’t make excuses for what you do — and you can’t avoid working incredibly hard.  Being awesome — no matter how you define that right now — is the result of tenacity, focus, Read More 

30.6.2015 Extreme Behavior

The Scary Truth About How Hard You’re Going To Have To Try.

Do you have big goals? Huge dreams? Not sure when it’s time to give up? Not sure how hard you need to try? If you want to be awesome, you have to try and try and try and try and try and try and try and try and try and try and try and try Read More 

29.6.2015 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Stop It Already.

Stop whining because you have problems in your life that you weren’t expecting. Stop whining because it’s harder to get to where you want to be than you thought it would be. Stop whining because you’re tired of working, trying, and doing what it takes. Stop whining because other people don’t understand what makes you tick. Read More 

24.6.2015 Attitude

You’re Right.

Think that you can’t dig your way out of debt? You’re right. Think that saving pennies leads to financial success? You’re right. Think that you don’t have enough skills to win that promotion? You’re right. Think that you’ll work hard enough to figure it out? You’re right. Think that you’re never going to lose that weight? You’re Read More 

23.6.2015 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

Never Give Up.

Never stop believing that you are an exception to the rules that apply to everyone else. You can beat sickness. You can dig your way out of debt. You can pass that test, win that race, get promoted, make more money, and live the life of your dreams. Whatever you want, you can have — Read More 

22.6.2015 Extreme Behavior | Leadership | Pain

Why It Can’t Ever Be Good Enough.

One minute I was flying down the trail — the next I was airborne spinning head over heels. The tip of my left shoe snagged the edge of a root , somersaulting me through the air. It took me a few seconds to realize what happened. The impact of of an expected crash landing took Read More