The key to winning is knowing when (and what) to quit. No one who has ever achieved greatness in anything has ever done so by trying to master everything that comes their way.
Headline: Power Outage Delays Big Game
Ray Lewis ends his NFL career on a high note, Colin Kaepernick increases his odds of getting a raise and 100-million people are grossed out (twice) by the hideous sounds of a super model and nerd sucking each other’s lips — but Super Bowl 47 will be remembered most […]
You want to form a very effective team – who would you select? A group of random generalists who will try as hard as they can to do whatever it is you want them to do? Or – A group of individuals who have demonstrated expertise in the various elements of the task at hand?
You can't clone success. Every day begins with new challenges and opportunities. You only succeed when you apply today's answers to today's problems. The most foolish thing you can do is to rely on past solutions for future dilemmas.
When faced with a kid who exhibited an unusual passion for unusual activities, they encouraged him. Of course, that's what ANY parent would do, right? You won't find much argument against encouraging your children.
Nearly everything you do involves a choice. With the exception of breathing and eating, there are very few non-negotiable activities. You can even make choices about what you eat and where you breathe. So, on a micro level, you are positioned more frequently than you realize to "get what you want."