There is a Japanese proverb, “Fear is only as deep as the mind allows.”
Fear while an instinctual part of each and every one of us, should not control us or drive our actions, except in the case of extreme danger like being attacked by a shark or other such creatures. Obvious right?
Then why do so many let fear, some knowingly and most unknowingly drive their daily actions and limit the life they can lead? Read More
I want tell you how to build a Billion-Dollar Business. Oh, you don’t think you are capable or qualified to build a billion dollar business? Well that thought is incorrect.
You see, success is an equal opportunist. Success is blind to things like gender, age, race and especially background. Some of the wealthiest and most successful people you know or have heard of come from a background filled with hardships and even poverty. Read More
“Everyone looks so much better when they smile.” That is a quote from Jimmy Fallon, who you now know of as the host of the legendary “The Tonight Show.”
What a meteoric ride that guy has had to the top? How did he do it? How did Jimmy, son of an IBM machine repairman, get to the chair once occupied by maybe the most legendary figure in comedy TV for 30 years straight, Johnny Carson? Read More
Last week I shared an example of deliberate practice through the story of Kobe Bryant and his insane work ethic. Now before you can attack this idea of deliberate practice, let me help further define it for you so you know how.
Deliberate practice is a highly structured and highly engaged activity with the specific goal of improving performance. Read More
The entrepreneur journey is usually an epic odyssey–one YOU can succeed at as Clyde is going to prove, no matter how old (or young) or your prior experience (failure or lack thereof).
I recently visited a local California farmers’ market and met Clyde, the owner of the Desert Olive Farms booth. Clyde looks like your quintessential cowboy; but as we talked I got the sense that this guy had seen more than just a few rodeos. Read More