Success usually requires a bit of awkwardness. One of those awkward moments can be you practicing radical candor.
You’ve heard that motivational question before: “What would you do if you knew you couldn’t lose?”
The truth is that if you really wanted to be successful, you would be.
There’s always another level. There is always more room for delivering surprise and delight and what you do each day.
You chose the life you’re living. Your results and outcomes — they are the consequences of your decisions.
The most successful companies — those producing consistent growing profit — focus manically on delivering surprise and delight.
When you don’t whine. Even when you have a perfectly good reason to.
Have some faith. Trust the process. Believe that it will all work out.
Be who you want to be. Do what you want to do. Go where you want to go.
It was April 22, 1951, Donald “Lofty” Large and the boys in B Company found themselves face down in the dirt.
If you’re struggling to over-deliver, you might be in the wrong line of business. Have you ever thought about that before?
The bar is pretty low. Delivering surprise and delight in your daily interactions might seem like a daunting task — until you consider the alternative.
“It’s very sad for all of Kokang,” said a former soldier of her death. “We have come to say farewell to our leader.”
Dan and Broc interview Jeremy Boyum from Shadow of Whales, a band based in Texas.
An amazing interview with an amazing overcomer. Today Dan and Broc talk with Channéll Holmgram of Inspired by Purpose.
On this episode of ‘Bring Your Own Awesome’, Dan and Broc talk to Michelle Sandau, self-identified scientist and writer. Michelle’s love for books becomes her side hustle.
Perhaps the most overlooked strategy for outrageous business growth is surprise and delight — you intentionally manufacturing magical experiences for your buyers, your prospects, and everyone else you come into contact with.
Join Dan and Broc as they chat with Austin Hulsey, the CEO of NutriFitt and author of the children’s book, Nanook.
Today Dan and Broc interview Bryan Vashus in a powerful discussion about goals, leadership, long-term success, and doing the hard things that get you closer to where you want to be.
Dan and Broc have an incredibly insightful conversation with Petra Davidson of Get Spotted in New Zealand. She shares how her unique way of putting herself in the shoes of the consumer helps her be indispensable to her clients.