Monthly Archives: October 2017

The creativity of solitary

Check out the all of the episodes of The Sales Life Podcast As told in the Team Never Quit Podcast, Capt. Charlie Plumb- a Vietnam POW for over 2100 days, spent many days hung on a meat hook and in total darkness-no radio, no TV, and no newspapers to stay in touch with what was happening in […]

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You can’t practice being taller

Check out the all of the episodes of The Sales Life Podcast One of my favorite shows to binge watch on Amazon is the detective series called Bosch. In one episode,  Bosch picks up his daughter from her volleyball game and asks her how it went. Flustered, she got in the car and said that the other […]

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No experience is wasted

Check out The Sales Life Podcast When legendary coach Phil Jackson was asked what was one of his greatest failures that later became one of his greatest assets, he recounted a time when he was playing for the New York Knicks that he’d suffered a debilitating back injury that had him sidelined for the season-the only thing […]

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I lost what I lost!

The other day I ran into a friend of mine and before I could say anything, he slapped his stomach saying, “Man I’ve lost it…I just can’t get back on track and I’ve started gaining weight again.” I cut him off in mid-explanation and told him that it was OK. “Yes, you weigh more than […]

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You? Compared to who?

“Comparison is the thief to potential..” (You may have to read that a couple of times to let it sink in.) It’s so easy to compare yourself to someone else. But the problem with comparison is that you’re putting a baseline on your abilities and a ceiling on your potential. The truth is, you have […]

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Quality moments..better days

We always say, “Back in the days,” right? But it’s really never that way, saying it has a nice jingle to it, but it’s actually, “Back in the moments,” because as author Dan Milman says, “We don’t remember days, we remember the moments and it’s in those moments that determine the quality of our days.” […]

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