Instead of working ferociously towards your dreams you wait to be handed the things you think you are owed.
You say you’re willing to lay it all on the line. But when you’re in the thick of the battle, it’s easy to see things differently.
When you’re pursuing success there comes a time where you have to ask yourself a hard question about what really matters.
It’s not enough to know what to do or how to do it. Winners just don’t know how to win. They want to win.
It’s going to happen. On your conquest through life, others are going to lie about you, stab you in the back, confuse your motives, and misinterpret your intentions.
Your thoughts and dreams and aspirations are a direct result of what you spend your time obsessing about.
Can you feel momentum pushing you from where you are to where you want to be?
Learn what happened when a billion-dollar company questioned that idea…and another one embraced it.
How the story of Scott Riddle makes Dan rethink everything he’s doing.
It was Tokyo, Japan. The evening of February 11, 1990. Another heart-stopping boxing performance expected from the angriest boxer to ever set foot inside the ring.
You will find yourself sluggish, not focused. You won’t have the energy to listen and be as creative as you need to be.
Being disciplined is about restraint, but it’s also about being able to ask for cooperation from those who can help you get to where you want to be.
The goal of negative people is to destroy and maim all those within earshot of their sniveling critiques.
What lessons have you learned recently? What type of new ideas and inspirational thinking are you proactively putting into your head?
You’ve been wasting your time. Filling your life with self-destructive behaviors and fulfilling personal addictions. Thinking little of the consequences that are sure to follow.
Losers apologize slowly. You have to pry it out of them. And it comes six months late — way too late to be useful, believable, or appropriate.
It is not an accident if you find yourself constantly nervous and frustrated. And it’s not a coincidence if you wake up tired but inspired.
Who you are as a competitor, what you achieve, and how you react to everyday circumstances — these are all reactions shaped by the people you surround yourself with most.
Can I share a behind-the-scenes story about failure? My failure.
You don’t need to get it right the first time. Or even the second or third time. But you do need to learn from your mistakes and figure out a way to make sure you get to where you want to be.