If we’re trying to go anywhere or do anything meaningful in our lives, then we’d better learn the lesson of the Stockdale Paradox well as it can either make or break all our efforts…
One of the hallmarks of the greatest men, women, societies, and civilizations has always been–and always will be–their love of the Struggle. And if you learn to embrace it, you too can gain an “unfair” advantage in life.
when you make a decision to do something, whether to lose ten pounds or start learning a skill or anything else, your absolute first priority should be to simply get in motion. Here’s why.
Whether you realize it or not, your goal setting is either helping or hindering your ability to make things happen. Here’s how to do it right.
What comes to mind when you think of toughness? What do you think is its essence? Its quintessential expression? I think the most powerful form of toughness is represented by the most nonserious of things…
Many people think success is like a utopia. That you arrive at an endless beach paradise for the beautiful people, with golden sand and foamy shores. This is a fantasy.
The beach is private and pretty, but it’s also a minefield. And only those with a broom can make it through.