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15.5.2017 Attitude | Leadership

How To Handle Criticism When You’re Trying Your Best.

Taking criticism from other people is hard.  Whether it’s a skeptic who is especially unbelieving, a critic who faults your best intentions, or even a friend who tells you how they really feel — you aren’t happy to be judged by others.  It just doesn’t seem fair. Even when you come up short, you don’t want Read More 

9.5.2017 Attitude

Automatically Awesome?

Possibility is what you make it. It’s possible to fail despite being the favorite to win. It’s not impossible to win big despite being the person expected to lose. Your possibility is fueled by the choices you make. The decisions you make each day determine how possible it is for you to get closer to Read More 

8.5.2017 Attitude | Business

Winning When You Don’t Feel Like It.

Crossing the finish line first doesn’t make you a winner. That’s just the time when you collect the trophy.  Winning happens in the quiet when no one is watching or listening or cheering you on.  Winning is an attitude long before it is a result.  That may be hard to get your head around if you Read More 

6.5.2017 Extreme Behavior

How To Make A Way When There Isn’t One.

“Inveniam viam aut faciam.” That was supposedly Hannibal’s response to his generals’ advice that crossing the Alps by elephants is impossible. It means: “I shall find a way or I shall make one.” For Robert Peary, it was his life motto. The words inscribed on his tombstone. In 1881, he joined the US Navy Civil Engineers Read More 

4.5.2017 Attitude | Leadership

Stop Being Embarrassed By Your Hustle.

It is a ridiculous waste of your time to worry about how other people view you. Specifically, if you’re trying too hard. You can’t try too hard. That’s never going to be your problem. You might hustle in ways that lack a bit of class — but your problem isn’t that you’re trying so hard Read More 

3.5.2017 Extreme Behavior

How To Solve Any Problem.

Activity is the antidote to almost any problem you face. It is the single greatest weapon that you have at your disposal — your ability to dig your hands into a situation and create change. Taking action is the best way to handle the worry that you feel. Getting busy is the best way to dig Read More