bad stories

Entrepreneurs and business professionals often tell bad stories.

To themselves. About themselves.

They judge themselves, and hold themselves to standards that they wouldn’t ever impose on others.

That’s what this week’s video is about:

Tell better stories.

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pole pole

On Kilimanjaro, the climbing guides tell their clients to go Pole Pole (pronounced Polay Polay) if they want to succeed. It’s good advice for accomplishing any major objective, in business and in life.

That’s what this week’s video is about.

When starting off toward any significant goal, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But you can always take one step.

Remember: It’s not the size of the step but the consistency of the action. Small consistent steps over time lead to the magnificent results. And the grand summits.

So today, take just one step.

Pole Pole.

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you a failure

I heard of piece of advice recently that unsettled me. Yet I suspect that it describes a much more reliable route to success than many travel.

That’s what this week’s video is about.

When we play it safe, we stay small. We fail to learn the lessons that will yield the big transformations.

Fast may be the key. What do you think?

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the end is near

Summer’s nearly over. The long, lazy days behind us. The vortex of September is here.

That’s what this week’s video is about.

Psychologist and mindfulness teacher Tara Brach observes that “Sometimes it’s as if we’re racing to the finish line of our lives, skimming the surface and never dropping into life, as if life is a problem to be solved rather than a mystery to be lived.”

Drop into life. Don’t allow it to skitter by.

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about your feelings

Moods come and go.

Feelings come and go.

They’re all quite fleeting. Unpredictable. Unreliable.

Perhaps you need a rule.

Jim Rohn suggested that “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.”

Nike may have had it right. Decide (once) what you need to do; and “just do it.”

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it bit me

It’s a gateway principle. It’s so precarious. And so easy to ignore.

That’s what this week’s video is about.

Make it a priority. With it, everything is possible.

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about the bull

Culturally we’re taught that in order to be successful, we need to be busy; that we need to work longer, harder and faster; that we need to work 24/7/365.

That’s not sustainable.

The great athletes, entertainers and artists – those who perform at the top of their game – know this. They work in highly focused concentrated periods of 4 or 5 hours a day; and then they turn their attention elsewhere.

They’re not constantly “on.” They don’t treat themselves like machines.

So many of us who are entrepreneurs and business professional think that we’re exempt from the rules of peak performance. We’re not.

In order to go the distance, in order serve in the world and make the impact you want to make, you need to protect the most important resource: you.

Don’t believe the bull.

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it’s not sexy

We’re promised easy.

On television; in social media.

The 3 keys to a 6-figure business; the day trading program that will make you millions; the 1 secret to a steamy relationship; lose 7 pounds in 7 days.

Add a 1000 leads with this one webinar tip; use this bot to exponentially grow your LinkedIn connections.

You too can enjoy overnight success if you do just this one (more) thing; if you buy just this one (more) program.

We’d love it to be easy. But it’s not.

It all takes work.

Jim Rohn said, “Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals.” The problem is that the fundamentals aren’t flashy or sexy.

That’s what this week’s video is about.

Do what others won’t so that you can enjoy what others never will.
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I don’t share this very often

The great thing about being an entrepreneur is that you have the freedom and the flexibility to… work whatever 18 hours of the day you want.

Culturally we’re encouraged to work. All of the time.

Our technology colludes to support this.

We’re always on.

24/7/365.

But it’s not sustainable.

That’s what this week’s video is about. Go here to check it out:

You maintain your car.

Don’t forget to do what you need to do for you.

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Most of us can get stuff done. Most of us can wrestle stuff to the ground. We can perform. But how do you sustain that over time without getting burned out? If you want help with this, let’s connect. Email me: walt@walthampton.com