What goes in is what comes out. Out of your mouth. Out of your actions. Your results aren’t an accident. Your decisions aren’t an accident. It’s not chance or luck or bad timing. “MAKING BETTER DECISIONS IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO WHAT YOU ALLOW INSIDE YOUR SOUL AND THE COMPOUNDING EFFECT OF THOSE CHOICES OVER TIME.” …
Suicide is a bad decision. So is drinking and driving or not wearing a seatbelt. But that doesn’t stop people from making those decisions. In the United States alone more than a 120 people take their lives each day. A heartbreaking, bad decision. Every 51 seconds, someone dies as a result of a drunk driver. …
Possibility is simply a matter of perspective. What seems impossible to one person is an obvious, no-brainer to someone else.
Gratitude is a decision. It’s an option that you can choose at any time. Regardless of what’s going on around you practicing gratitude is an option.
Most of the decisions that you make are automatic. It’s actually pretty rare that you consciously make decisions for yourself.
You can’t make decisions better when you don’t know what you want. This is wildly important for any attempt at massive success.
The cost of greatness is glory — at least in the short-term. When you making decisions based on how you look or how the situation will appear to other people that you want to impress
You can’t solve problems better and achieve better results when you let your ego get in the way. Ego is the enemy of clarity.
AWESOMEPALOOZA was indeed awesome. I can’t wait to get back to work planning the next one. As I explained it to my friends on Linkedin, it’s the most epic “small batch un-conference on the planet”.
Our lives are full of choices. The number is endless. They come it all shapes and sizes, varieties and difficulty.
Empathy. That’s how you make other people awesome. You empathize with them.
Why set goals if you’re not really committed to achieving them?
You know it already — success is about mastering the small things. Big changes come as the result of small changes. Changes that seem insignificant at the time. Like a waste of your time.
It’s inevitable that you’re going to face setbacks. You’re going to wake up some mornings and feel like nothing you’ve been doing is working.
You know you want to change. You know you want to be better. You know that you want the rewards of a life lived epically.
We all enjoy a good hero story. Whether it’s a TV show, movie, your favorite podcast episode, or a good long book, there is something captivating about an individual who rescues us.
You can’t make progress without uncertainty. That’s tough to hear. It’s tougher to go through.
It’s not that you lost your job that bothers you. It’s the fear that you might not get another one soon enough.
If thoughts become things, what are the things you’re creating with the conversations you’re having with your self? The conversations you have with yourself that no one else gets to be a part of.
Practicing radical candor isn’t about the tone of your voice or how you deliver advice.