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16.1.2017 Business | Leadership

Don’t Do It.

Never expect anyone else to work harder than you are. Never build your business plan around getting lucky. Never make decisions based on ego or embarrassment. Never let yourself stay in a bad mood. Never stop sweating the details and deadlines. Never waste time being happy when other people fail. Never stop learning, listening, or Read More 

9.1.2017 Business | Leadership

13 Steps To Getting All Those Things Done.

You won’t ever get to where you want to be if you can’t get things done consistently. Whether it is a New Year’s resolution or a new life direction, you have to do something different if you want to achieve success. That requires focus and determination and a plan for getting things done. If you Read More 

5.12.2016 Attitude | Business | Leadership

25 Things Successful People Refuse To Do.

Successful people refuse to make excuses for their own mistakes. They learn and grow and improve obsessively. Successful people refuse to whine when things don’t go their way. They figure out a way to win in spite of setbacks. Successful people refuse to copy what other people have done to be successful. They ignore the Read More 

28.11.2016 Business | Extreme Behavior | Fear

Forget About The Degree. Get Some Hustle.

One of the biggest lies you can tell yourself is that you aren’t as successful as you want to be because you don’t have the right education. That you need the right degree from the right college to get the right results. Getting the results that you want for yourself is about hustle and heart Read More 

21.11.2016 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Make Your Own Rules.

There are no rules to being successful. There is no guaranteed formula that you can follow to automate the journey from where you are now to where you want to be. What works for someone else probably isn’t going to work for you. What used to work for you in the past might not even Read More 

31.10.2016 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

22 Times The Experts Were Wrong And What You Can Learn About That.

In 1828, Dr. Dionysys Larder, a science writer and academic made the case that “rail travel at high speed is not possible because passengers would be unable to breathe.” Today, the Shanghai Maglev Train reaches 268 mph during its daily service. In 1876, senior executives at Western Union made the decision that “This telephone has Read More