I grew up watching and idolizing the Three Musketeers. There is something about the level of loyalty and honor these individuals displayed in their lives that captured me. To be a Musketeer you had to be a Team Player: “All for one and one for all.”
This means all the members of a group support each of the individual members and the individual members pledge to support the group. To do this, you must be willing to submit your personal ambitions and goals in favor of the team goals.
One of the biggest complaints today, about professional athletes […]
Navy Seals have a saying “Embrace the Suck” that translates to get comfortable being uncomfortable! Life, business, relationships, your health, and finances will at times be hard and uncomfortable.
Learn how to deal with and stay focused during those times that life sucks and you will be on your way to success!
Success will never be found inside your comfort zone. The size of your comfort zone is decided by your tolerance to being uncomfortable.
Special Forces Units are put through the most demanding physical and mental situations that you can possibly imagine. They are always creating the […]
I used to rush to work every day because I was late. I was late because I refused to get up when the alarm went off and that started my day going in the wrong direction!
Rush Hour is for people who do not want to succeed! The only reason we have a Rush Hour at 8 a.m. is because most people are in the same rat trap I was in many years ago.
They don’t like what they are doing and are disengaged in the whole process. They come to work in a panic because […]
“My father taught me always to do more than you get paid for as an investment in your future.” Jim Rohn
I was taught this same principle by my Mom and Grandparents while growing up. Never once has this truth failed me.
If you will do more than what is expected of you, then good things will happen!
Doing more than what is asked.
Doing more than what is necessary.
Doing more than what is required.
Doing more than what you are paid for.
Doing more than what is in your job description.
Try living […]