Highly successful people have challenges and get knocked down. But one thing that remains a constant with really successful people, they’re COURAGEOUS!
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Connect with people emotionally, be intentional in your communication, it makes a huge difference in all we do. Competing on a court, on a field, in a boardroom or in the kitchen with somebody you love.
Waking up 30 minutes early makes a major difference! 30 minutes a day is two and a half hours a week. Four weeks in a month. Ten hours a month.
For some of you that don’t know, my mother passed away from a diseases called amyloidosis when I was seven. The most powerful fighter I have ever known.
A growth mindset is all about what can I do to get better. You have a big achievement , what can I do to get better, who can I surround myself with to keep growing, what can I do to keep growing?
There will have been points in your life if you are in sales, or other careers and in life, whatever you are doing on a daily basis, where you were fearless. How do you harness that?
Think about the last great success you had in your life. Did you accomplish it all alone? Was there a mentor there, a trusted friend, a teammate, a colleague? Who was part of your team to help you achieve that success?
When you’ve been knocked down in your life, what’s your perspective? What do you focus on? Are there things you can focus on that would be more solution oriented rather than just focusing on the things that are tough?
We’re going to talk about RQ versus EQ, the Relationship Quotient versus the Education Quotient. This all stems from research by John Gunker and the Wilson Learning Institute.
Are you leading yourself with the daily disciplines and the intentional behaviors that it takes for you to perform at your very best?