1. Narrow things down to one or two things to focus on daily.
2. Volunteer for great organizations then go the extra mile to stand out.
3. Find a small but fast growing company to work for and observe the deal makers at work. Note the kind of questions they ask to get ahead. Example: “I know its impossible, but if there was a way to make it work, what would it be?”
4. When things start going well in business, to maintain focus, separate the great opportunities from the potentially overwhelming number of good ones. Ask yourself, what it the one step that will make all the others irrelevant.
While it’s important to think positive and focus on all the things you should be doing to achieve your goals, it’s equally important that we focus on those things that interfere with our goals and remind ourselves to avoid doing them. Some call it the “not to do list,” which I like. Many of the behaviors […]
Pretty much what I learned at the CF Endurance seminar with Pose Running. This article describes how it’s more efficient to use gravity and think of running as a series of “falling” rather than jumping. Michael Johnson employs this technique shifting his center of gravity forward (even though it looks like he remains upright in this sprint). Click the link below for the article…
Running isn’t a series of jumps but a series of rotations – and making use of this could let athletes fall their way to new world records