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Google Podcasts | Email | Charles M. Schwab was one of the ‘robber barons’ of the early 20th century. He was, at the time, one of the richest men in the world. He was president of Bethlehem Steel, but his ambition to become more and more was insatiable.
He hired famed productivity consultant of his time, Ivy Lee… Ivy charged nothing for his service.He requested 15 minutes with each executive of Bethlehem Steel, and said: at the end 90 days (13 weeks) write me a check for what it was worth to you.
Continue reading “You can live your life randomly, or consciously, by design”
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Google Podcasts | Email | We all have the same amount of time, 24 hours a day, and yet some people get more stuff done in that time than others. Getting things done makes you a producer… and that is a superpower.
People with more accomplishments have a secret. I am going to share this secret with you.
I had this secret, but truth be told, it was a secret hidden from me too until about an hour ago.
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Google Podcasts | Email | In today’s article I am switching gears. We’ll be funny today…
Maybe even ha-ha funny.
Why this change of heart?
Starting Point Measurements there is a question: how inspirable are you and how inspired are you now? Continue reading “Fun Monday… How inspirable are you?”
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Google Podcasts | Email | In my starting point measurements there are a few measures that predict whether you can be trained or not.
I have found that two measures are most telling: the size of one’s ambition and the size of one’s rigidity.
Ambition is an interesting phenomenon: Ambition needs you to have some kind of vision of a future you are working towards. In my experience, this measure needs to be higher than 10%, and the higher it is, the more likely you’ll do what it takes to be trained. Continue reading “Why some people can be trained while others can’t”