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[Video] The 5 States of Human Performance (From the Coaches Perspective)

You are at one of these 5 places in your life… If you are reading this post via email, you can watch the video here: The 5 States of Human Performance (From the Coaches Perspective) The 5 States of Human Performance The 9 minute video shares a tip for how to move forward from each […]

Start with the End in Mind (Learn to Use your Imagination)

Genetically we differ 2% from chimpanzees and 3% from worms. Our big difference is the cortex, the upper layer of the brain.  The cortex is the home of imagination. Imagination gives us the choice to live intentionally.  We can make a choice: lead a life that is not just response to stimuli, but building towards […]

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Purpose and Vision Beats Opportunism

Two Approaches to Life My friends live their lives in one of two contrasting ways: Guided by a Long term Vision for their Lives Take Opportunities as they come In the short term, the opportunists made great early progress.  I have one friend who changed job every 1-2 years in the investment banking industry.  Each […]

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A Truly Compelling Vision

Most people do not have a compelling vision. A boring vision attracts mediocre people and mediocre performance. “I want to make €1 million” is not a compelling vision. It is about you, and you alone.  Why would anyone else give their best effort so that you can have €1 million in your bank account? Guy […]

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What do you want?

What do you really want? Michael Gerber, in his book The E-Myth asks this question: What are your primary aims? Imagine walking into a room.  You pause at the entrance.  In the room, seated, are all your friends and family. You enter the room.  You walk up the middle of the room.  At the front […]

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