Extreme Behavior

23.7.2014 Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership | Pain

The Hard Truth About Why You’re Going To Lose

You’re not going to lose because you’re not smart enough to solve the problem that you’re facing. You’re not going to lose because you don’t have enough money to finish what you started. You’re not going to lose because you’re not the fastest to market or the sexiest brand in your industry. You’re going to Read More 

9.7.2014 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

You Have To Do The Time.

There’s no shortcut for the time that it takes for you to start seeing results. You can’t wish that time to be any shorter. You can’t will that time to be any shorter. Big plans don’t just take lots of money and effort and smart thinking, they take time — sometimes lots of it. Which is Read More 

1.7.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

Why Hard Work Works.

There is no escaping hard work. If you have big dreams — or even small ones — you have to work hard in order to be successful. Even working smarter is hard work. In fact, working smarter usually takes more time and effort up front then just working hard consistently day after day after day. Read More 

30.6.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

What No One Tells You About Being Amazing.

To be successful, you have to live life on your own terms. You have to do your own thing, your own way. You can take inspiration from others, but you can’t copy the life they are living. You can take criticism and feedback from those around you, but you’ll never be happy if you try Read More 

26.6.2014 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Just Don’t Expect Tomorrow To Be Awesome.

There’s no good excuse for not trying. Sure — you can find a justifiable reason why you don’t want to do what’s hard but necessary. There are always experts you can find that will tell you that what you’re about to try isn’t something that actually returns good results. There are case studies that will clearly Read More 

24.6.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

You Can’t Hold On Tight Enough.

The worst defense you can play is to have no offense at all. Sometimes it feels like you’re in a position where you have gone forward far enough. You’ve accomplished some achievements and made some news — and now you feel like it’s time to just sit back and protect what you have. You don’t want to drive Read More