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Why Grit Is More Important Than IQ on the Path to Success

  How do you define success? This term has a different meaning for all of us. For some people, success is defined by career goals and accomplishments, like rising up the corporate ladder or adding zeros to their paychecks. Others see

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3 Winning Habits for Better Results

When I was getting started in sales leadership, I learned one of the most important habits of winners: be strategic in how you use your results. We all know we need to pay attention to them, but we don’t often

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Take a Tip from the Two-Time World Champion Miami Heat

When you win championships you win respect. Especially when you win back-to-back championships. That’s what the Miami Heat has done. Everyone has ideas, but when you pick up ideas from champions, you have to pay a little more attention. This


The Great Advantage of the Underdog

Talented people sometimes turn into fragile flowers. They shrivel and fade when things get tough – because they’ve gotten by so easily in life, they’ve never had to learn how to work like the rest of us. They naturally think they are

LeBron James Goes from Weakness to Strength

Championships are fantastic places to pick up insights on winning. Of course, you have to pay attention. It’s always revealing to listen to what the top competitors and coaches have to say, both before and after the games. The recent 2013

What Did Vince Lombardi Do When He Went to Green Bay?

At age 45, in 1959, Vince Lombardi got his first head coaching job at the remote outpost of Green Bay, Wisconsin. He spent years working as an assistant with the championship New York Giants. He was even considered to be

What Makes Shaun White Great?

Shaun White is the world’s #1 action sports star. He dominates both the Winter AND Summer X-Games. He earns over $9 million per year. He has consistently won everywhere he’s competed, even the Winter Olympics! What makes him so special?There are