I often joke from the stage that my mom used to tell me “If you can’t do something brilliant, just don’t do something stupid.” By this time in my life and after hundreds of keynotes I’m not actually sure if it was my mom or someone else that told me that. Maybe it was a …
The cost of greatness is glory — at least in the short-term. When you making decisions based on how you look or how the situation will appear to other people that you want to impress
It’s inevitable that you’re going to face setbacks. You’re going to wake up some mornings and feel like nothing you’ve been doing is working.
You know you want to change. You know you want to be better. You know that you want the rewards of a life lived epically.
You can’t make progress without uncertainty. That’s tough to hear. It’s tougher to go through.
If you can solve a complex problem with easy answers, then do that. If you can make a lifetime of bad choices disappear by pushing a button, that’s the wise choice.
Today Dan and Broc interview Miles Austin from Fill the Funnel — the guy, Dan calls the “Smart Tech Nerd in Business.”
David Hamman talks about what he hopes to accomplish with Ripple Club.
The quality of your momentum is directly tied to the quality of your daily habits. Improve one and you will improve the other.
When you think about momentum you probably immediately think about what you should be doing.
No matter how much — or little — you earn, getting by is a struggle for most people.
Have you ever noticed how your rate of change is directly related to your level of urgency and intensity?
Let’s be honest, you can spend years of your life wondering why you aren’t in a job that makes you happy. Why you wake up every day in business relationships that are negative — draining you of your ambition and joy.
You got up when the sun came up in order to make it to the fields to tend to your crops. If it was planting season then you had a specific job to do.
It’s easy to forget all the things you promised yourself you would do. Those New Year’s resolutions. Those commitments.
You’ve been there before. Looking around in disappointment at where you are. Wondering how you ended up here. Again.
We all start a new year, a new job, a new relationship with good intentions. The thing that we lack after the first few weeks is commitment.
The quantity of your purpose is directly related to the quality of your life experience.
To be successful you don’t need to know the purpose for your life right now.
The idea of finding your purpose can seem intimidating. It can be scary to not know what’s your life’s work is intended to be.