The art of manliness is becoming lost in today’s politically correct society. These 5 alpha male traits can help bring it back.
The Kardashians are about as sharp as a marble, but would you believe they can teach us a powerful lesson in getting rich?
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Grit is perseverance and persistence. It’s an unwillingness to wilt, complain, or cry about one’s current state. It’s the ability to accept your reality and make the best of it, never wishing you were somewhere else, or in someone else’s shoes.
According to Confucius, “life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.”
The statement that life is really simple might seem a bit absurd to you. Many times, life can appear overwhelmingly complex, and even downright abusive.
There’s another way of looking at things, though. Life can be simple and you can be happy, and these 8 time-proven laws point the way.
What do you think is the SINGLE factor that sets extraordinary people apart from everyone else?
Being obsessed? Being “present”? Setting big goals? Admitting mistakes? Inspiring others?
I don’t think it’s any of those things. It’s far more primal than that.
Here it is…
Why do we pour so much time, energy, and effort into training?
Why is it so important to us? Some say it’s narcissism, or insecurity, or even a kind of self-loathing.
They’re all missing the point. This is the real reason we train.
It has really dawned on me how much you have to grow as a person to prevent success from ruining your life.
Yes, success can ruin your life, and in this article, I explain why, and what I’m doing to avoid it myself…
I’ve asked a lot of successful people how they did it.
The middling ones regaled me with stories about their brilliant strategic moves, uncanny intuitions, and superhuman endurance.
The great ones had a much simpler and deeper explanation.
It wasn’t just “hard work” or “getting lucky,” either.
Instead, they said there was one primary factor that made all the difference in their journeys…
In this podcast, I’m joined by my business partner Jeremy and we have an in-depth discussion about the key lessons we’ve learned so far in building our businesses.
The next time someone tells you it’s “okay to fail,” you should tell them to shut the hell up. Failure is to be avoided at all costs. Here’s why.