Attitude

24.11.2014 Attitude | Leadership

Losers Apologize Slowly.

I love me some Uber.  It’s actually rather genius — with a push of a button on my smartphone I can summon a black car to my exact location. No need to stand on the corner of the street and flag down a taxi while competing against a dozen other busy executives. No need to Read More 

20.11.2014 Attitude | Fear | Leadership

The Only Thing You Can’t Do.

The only thing you can’t do is what you’re not willing to do. The only thing you can’t achieve is the thing you’re not willing to get started on right now. The only thing holding you back from success and greatness and grandeur is your willingness to do what is hard and messy and uncomfortable. That’s the Read More 

11.11.2014 Attitude | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

Why Can’t You Too?

Solving many of the frustrating challenges of being successful in lifes comes down to answering one inspired question: “If they can do it, why can’t you?” If they can be driven, work hard, and achieve success, then why can’t you? If they can watch what they spend, save money, and invest — even on a meager Read More 

4.11.2014 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Train, Run, Scream Like A Banshee, And Other Lessons I Learned Running My First 5K.

This is another guest post by Matthew Williamson, my Chief of Staff for the The EDGY Empire. He’s a sharp dude — and he practices the #1 rule of Waldschmidtland: “Don’t Be Lazy…”. He’s an accounting graduate with a good sense of business and all things EDGY.  Here’s Matt: —– I had finally made it to Read More 

28.10.2014 Attitude | Fear | Pain

What To Do When You Do Your Best And Still Lose.

I looked at the race clock as I crossed the finish line — 2 hours 54 minutes and a few seconds. I took a few more steps toward the volunteers handing me my medal and walked to the side of the fence where I knelt down to think for a minute. What started out as a seemingly winnable Read More 

27.10.2014 Attitude | Leadership

It’s Not The Perfect People Who Win.

So what if you’re never the smartest person in the room. That just makes you human. So what if you don’t have enough money to avoid getting it right the first time. That just makes you human. So what if you haven’t stopped to apologize for how you treat the people around you. That just makes you human. Read More