Good habits are highly overrated. In today’s show, I tell you why, and what we should be focusing on instead.
Have you ever looked at what someone has done or is able to do and think something like, “Wow, that person is just a natural.”
But its a bad idea, for two reasons. I’ll share those with you today.
We’re all very different, but after years of working in a high-stakes environment, I’ve learned that there are several ways we are really similar.
In this episode I’ll expose 4 secrets about you that you may not even want to acknowledge about yourself.
Today we take the Work on the Edge Podcast on the road!
This is the final installment of the Humility Series. I’ll discuss a couple humility “hacks”, or why there aren’t any.
As a general rule, I think rules are stupid.
Except these 3.
These 3 rules apply to every situation, every time, all the time. If it doesn’t meet that criteria, it shouldn’t be a rule.
Listen to Part 1 HERE.
In part 2, we’ll talk about some of the ways that humility relates to our interactions with other people. Ironically, we sometimes forget that humility is more than just the way we think about ourselves.
We are all in a battle to remain humble. If you don’t think you are, you are losing the battle.
HERE is the link to the cool magazine app I talked about during the show. Check it out free for 14 days, its a no-brainer.
Humility is one of those things that is really hard to get right. Try too hard and it feels fake. Don’t try hard enough and you come across as arrogant.
In this episode we’re going to take a hard, critical look at what it actually means to be humble, and of course what it doesn’t mean.
We’re going to discuss why humility is important, how humility relates to the way we view ourselves, and I’ll tell you about the time I punched my grandpa in the stomach.
This is part 2 in a series on how to increase our personal capacity so we can better handle the “stuff” that life throws at us.
Listen to Part 1 HERE
This episode is all about getting bigger pipes.
We all could use a little more capacity in our life. In this episode and in Part 2, we’ll talk about some ways to increase our capacity so we can be better at handling the “stuff” life throws at us.
Here are the resources that I mentioned during the show:
On May 4th and 5th I had the privilege of attending “The Muster 002” in New York City, a leadership conference put on by Echelon Front, the consulting company owned by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.
In today’s episode, I talk about the experience and give you my 4 biggest take-aways from the conference.
Also, I tell you how you can win FREE a copy of Extreme Ownership signed by both Jocko Willink and Leif Babin!