Sometimes we drift into a state of mind when we are just going through the motions of living and are not really engaged in anything productive or meaningful. Time to snap out of it.
Want to be successful? Set your expectations for excellent, then hold yourself to them.
You cannot excel at something you don’t spend any time thinking about.
Are you impulsive, easily distracted, and a world class procrastinator? Find the self-discipline hacks that work for you.
We hear a lot about potential as a way of encouraging ourselves. Another way of encouraging potential is to look at our successes.
I’ve learned that when I move on, a sense of relief reinvigorates me on those projects that are front of mind and vital.
Rather than write a goal statement, I should write myself a challenge, “My mission, should I choose to accept it is to . . . then fill in the blank.
When you hit the headwinds of adversity, find your angle of approach so that the adversity creates some advantage instead of letting it stop you.
Nature involves a struggle, a give and take, resistance, challenge. Hanging in there, persisting, overcoming is fundamental to personal growth.
Our north star as a guiding, changeless, principle or value that informs our goals and decisions.
When we explore the habits and behaviors of the exceptional, we often find that they developed their talents by training in areas other than their specialty.
Being real about the challenges also means to neither diminish it nor to exaggerate it. Be honest about it.