Extreme Behavior

23.5.2017 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

30 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Right Now.

What are the top three things you know you need to do right away that you been avoiding up to now? What two good things do you need to cut from your life right now so that you are no longer distracted from pursuing your goal of being awesome? Who is that one person in your Read More 

22.5.2017 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

There’s No Substitute For Doing The Right Thing.

There is no substitute for doing the right thing. There is no substitute for leading even when no seems to be following — or even noticing. There is no substitute for getting back on your feet when you fall, fail, and get hurt. There is no substitute for making sure people know you care about them. Read More 

17.5.2017 Extreme Behavior

The Hard Truth About Gaining Experience.

There are many things in life you will only learn through experience. And the only way to get that experience is through hard work. Not brains or degrees or mastermind groups or friends who have been there before. You have to do the work to get the experience. Experience is measured first in quantity and then in Read More 

16.5.2017 Extreme Behavior | Leadership | Pain

The Joy Of Finishing What You Start.

You will always learn more from finishing a task than from beginning a new one. You’ll learn about how tough you are. Especially when it’s easy to generate legitimate reasons for stopping. In those moments – when you make the decision to finish that task, even though you’re in pain, you suddenly discover all the 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 

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