Do you really think you’ll be successful if you simply copy other people’s habits? If that was the case, success was easy. You’ll have more chances to become successful by simply avoiding the bad habits of unsuccessful people.
I never met a successful person until I was 24. I grew up in a working-class family—I was more around people who were the opposite.
The first successful person I met was an entrepreneur in his forties. When I started my first real business, he was one of my first clients. When I met him, he was slightly overweight, had more money than he could count, and was merry all the time.
I’ve screwed up so many times in my life that I lost count. One of my favorite mistakes is when I became homeless for 5 days in London. That is a good story now, but believe me, I was scared out of my mind at the […]
What is the reason people procrastinate? I’ve been a habitual procrastinator. When I had my first summer job at age 16, I did everything to not work. I had an inside sales job at a telecom company and I had to sell mobile contracts to […]
Running has truly changed my life. I never thought that because I never understood running as a form of exercise. When physical harm is looming, our natural response is to run. It’s human nature — we either fight or flee. Most of us choose to […]