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The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (4 of 4)

The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (4 of 4)

Just joining us? Be sure to read Installment #1 and #2 and #3

WARNING: There is kryptonite all around you!

There are great traps you will have to overcome to execute and stick to your five-point plan each day. These are three great warnings to look out for.

WARNING No. 1—“Yes”

You will have to become a master at saying “no.” This is one of the greatest distinguishing features of superachievers—not what they do, but more important what they don’t do. Read More


The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (3 of 4)

The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (3 of 4)

Just joining us? Be sure to read Installment #1 and #2

Here is a simple (but don’t let the simplicity fool you!) but PROFOUND plan to immediately multiply your productive output many times over your current rate.

I’m not talking about activity (more work, more time). I said productivity (results, money, accomplishment, goal attainment)… all the while, living much more stress free and carefree existence (more time for family, fun and hobbies!). Read More


The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (2 of 4)

If you want to know what we’re up to, be sure to read Installment #1.

After interviewing hundreds of superachievers, many of whom you have seen grace the cover of SUCCESS magazine, I have found about a half-dozen key distinctions of superachievers.

In this series I will outline one of the BIG strategies and a 5-point plan to dramatically increase your productive output, while significantly lowering your stress and schedule burdens. Read More


The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (1 of 4)

The Overachiever vs. The Superachiever (1 of 4)

If busyness, long hours and hard work equaled success—I’d be wealthier and more successful than Richard Branson, Tony Hawk and Donald Trump.

I KNOW I put in more hours, take fewer vacations, play less golf, get in less beach time and spend far less time with kids, family and friends than they do.

And yet, in a world where all four of us have exactly the same 24/7/365, I produce nowhere near the results they do. Read More