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A very good friend of mine is out of work. He has been seeking a job for about 5 months (note: I am writing this blog entry with his permission) The process, as you might expect, is difficult, sometimes humiliating and frustrating. And yet, my friend “soldiers on” treating his job search as a b...
One of our most fascinating discoveries about successful people is that sometimes the only point of differentiation between them and others is that the succeeders stopped deliberating and took action in the pursuit of something about which they felt strongly. In other words, the idea that success...
There is a well-known bromide that if you fall off a horse, you get right back on. The point, of course, is that you cannot let the negative experience of the fall control you. You need to immediately climb back on the horse so that the anxiety caused by the fall does not fester, and so that yo...
I have had the good fortune to become friendly with many highly successful individuals: world-class athletes and entertainers, national politicians, CEO’s of major corporations and very wealthy entrepreneurs. The one predominant, common-thread characteristic they all share is incredible staying p...