Why Goals are for Losers and What Champions Really use

Reading Time: 4 minutes What separates one-time winners from true champions? What transforms ambition and hard work into everlasting legends? Is it talent or genetics? Or maybe just the right combination of the two, sprinkled with a bit of luck? No. It’s much simpler. In fact, it’s so simple that I will let a 15-year-old boy tell you the …

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Christmas frenzy

Reading Time: 2 minutes ’Tis the season again — the season of gifts. Because, let’s be honest, this is what Christmas is all about. If you do a quick Google search for “Christmas is about”, these are the top 3 results: Jesus – if you happen to be a Christian giving – presents, of course family – the only …

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life race

Reading Time: 2 minutes Imagine you’re in a race with 500 million other people. It’s cold, dark and damp. Everybody is pushing and shoving to get ahead. Men and women of different ages are running next to you, struggling to get to the finish line first. The rules of the game are simple: the winner gets to live, everyone …

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Liebster Award

Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s always nice to receive praise and recognition for your work. It’s even nicer when it comes from people working in the same field, who can judge the quality of your work critically. It sparks joy in your eyes. At least that’s how I felt when I got nominated for the Liebster Award. It came …

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Conflicting Realities

Reading Time: 2 minutes Success is achieved by people who deeply understand reality – Ray Dalio This advice comes from the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund. I guess he knows a thing or two about success. But what do you do if there are two very different realities inside your head? Does that mean you’re crazy? Maybe. …

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Perfection Paralysis

Reading Time: 2 minutes I have to make a confession. I am not perfect. This will come as no surprise to most of you; surely not to the ones who know me personally. But this confession is as much for you as it is for me. It’s a way for me to write about interesting ideas without searching for …

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