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Employing the Best Version of Ourselves

Have you ever lost your temper toward your spouse, kids, parents, significant others, or co-workers? How did you feel afterward?  Why do we lash out at those closest to us? Does it give you the feeling that you could do better? For us who work in commissioned sales with quotas/objectives/goals we are trying to achieve, this is a 24/7/365 fact […]

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15 Minutes to Greatness: The Conclusion

In the previous posts, we detailed our thoughts regarding 1% daily dedicated effort and 15 Minutes to Greatness. We dissected the following four areas: The math: Achieving greatness by quantifying 1% into transformative change. The psychology: Possessing a positive-growth mindset for improvement. The physiology: Treating your body right, and it will show in other aspects in your life. The scripture: […]

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15 Minutes to Greatness Part 3: The Physiology

Man is designed to walk on two legs. We can walk backward, sideways, and forward. We can do this quickly or slowly. Daily continual improvement is a FORWARD activity. Although some days we can feel as if we are moving sideways or backward, we must adopt the physiology of FORWARD activity. Do you have a morning routine that guarantees forward activity and […]

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15 Minutes to Greatness Part 2: The Psychology

I recently heard a great talk by John Bumpus, the CAO of LifePoint. He walked us through his philosophy of building a great organization. #1 was mission. #2 was vision. #3 was individual goals. #4 was INCREMENTAL IMPROVEMENT! Incremental Improvement is a cornerstone philosophy of all great organizations. These organizations strive daily to build this muscle with their teams. They […]

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15 Minutes to Greatness Part 1: The Math

The Math Behind 1% Per Day The authors of this manifesto believe transformative change occurs through our day to day decision making and beliefs. However, we often found ourselves frustrated with our human nature – especially with procrastination, follow through, patience, gratitude, love in our heart, etc… We found it easy to find frustration when trying to make big change […]

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