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Blaming others won’t ever change your circumstances for the better. It just guarantees you an ugly future.
Being awesome isn’t free. It’s going to cost you more than you want to pay.
You get stuck most of the time because your thinking is broken.
If you know it all and have it all, there is no reason to be awesome.
The best things in life require an investment of time and money and emotions. The amount you invest has an impact on the results you can expect.
To keep your head straight, keep your finances straight.
What works for someone else isn’t going to work for you.
Bad thinking leads to bad living.
Being broke and miserable is your fault — so too is being successful. You’re as lucky as you work hard.
Be fit. You can’t go the distance in your business when you can’t go the distance with your body.
The best way to carry a grudge is as a chip on your shoulder — as added motivation for achieving your goals.
Be the hero you hope to find for yourself in your darkest day.
Fight. Cry when it hurts. Lead even though you’re crying. Keep moving towards where you want to be.
If you’re not fit, your dream will die.
Expect less of life to happen to you. Work on making life happen for you.
What you do today has consequences tomorrow. For good. For bad. For awesome. There are no accidents or lucky breaks.
Sometimes doing what’s right isn’t much fun right now. It’s still the right thing to do though.
You’ll never get to where you want to be by following someone else’s roadmap.
Bad things still happen sometimes to good people with great strategies. That’s why hard work always matters.
Expect the unexpected. Cry when you’re down. Thank those who make you successful.
Losing is for winners. Winners lose. And then they stand back on their feet and fight on. That’s what they do, knowing that they could lose again. And likely will. But that courage is what ultimately makes them a winner.
The path to full potential travels through the valley of setbacks.
Just because you call it business doesn’t mean it’s not personal. It always is.
‘You’ are the great differentiator. As far as ‘you’ can push ourselves is as far as ‘you’ will ever go to realizing your goals.
Nothing that you’re “supposed to do” will ever make you awesome. It will just keep you being ordinary.
Be fit. Physically. Financially. Mentally.
If you haven’t had to cry because you cared, you need to care more.
Bad personal habits spill over into bad business habits. You can’t be a loser in one part of your life and expect it not to affect the rest of what you do. It will.
You can’t achieve massive success if you don’t fix what’s going on inside your own head.
There are no business problems, management problems, leadership problems, or profit problems. There are only people problems.
Until you rip from the roots of your soul the disbelief in your ability to do whatever it takes, you’ll never work hard enough or try long enough to get to where you want to be.