Tony Robbins interviewed some of the smartest minds in finance and money management and breaks it down in to simple usable nuggets of information.
7. Change Drivers – See number 6. Even when life is going perfectly, you need to let someone else have a turn. Businesses have management shifts, relationships need control shifts. Success doesn’t mean you are always in the drivers seat. Sitting in the seat too long and you lose focus on why you are there. You might become numb to your purpose.
With the melding of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite and iCloud drive, you might start feeling a bit beholden to Apple. I know I feel like I just crossed the point of no return. Mac on my Desk, iPad running my home lighting system and alarm, GeoTracking so my house “knows” when I am […]
the most space, and I had no idea how to know what that was, so I backed up every document, video and photo and deleted them to get enough room to do the upgrade.
I have a simple rule now that has worked quite well. Be careful who You listen too. If they aren’t at least three times more successful than I am in a given area, I listen, file and move on. Now if I can’t verify the measure of success I ignore it.
Download the Podcast here. Have you ever had someone say its all in your head? Do you agree with that? How about the “neuro programming” idea that if you say something enough your brain will create a neural pathway and you will believe it? At the suggestion of a friend, I picked up a book […]
Have you ever missed an offramp singing along to a song? Or has your mind drifted to another place from the song?
While I lived in Texas and tried to run my company all by myself I fell pretty much flat on my face. The school of hard knocks kicked my butt.
I realized how many lists I am on for no apparent reason. I have started to “unsubscribe” from them. There is also a person who is apparently a golf fanatic and is misspelling his email when he signs up for things, and I get at least 100 golf related email messages a day, all for golf courses in the south and east.
School is a very risk averse environment. School gives you instructions for growth. School tells you what’s next. For instance, in college you get a counselor and a catalogue that says, take x classes, and y labs and get z degree. No risk, just success, by way of being awarded or conferred a degree.