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Everything we do we choose. So what is there to regret? You are the person you choose to be.

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Even the greatest of all time lose

The greatest people in sports have a different view of failure. They see it as a chance to improve their game.
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Investments are never lost

Just because you've invested time and money into something, doesn't mean you have to continue.
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Fail faster than your competition

Failing frequently and fast leads to more success in your company. This might sound counterintuitive. Find our more
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The best gift your environment could give you

The people closest to you could make or break the quality of your life. Find out why in this post.
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Steven Bartlett has been successful but more importantly, he founded the podcast: “The Diary of a CEO”. In the podcast, he has interviewed hundreds of inspiring, well-known, and successful people. In this interview, he breaks down what he learned from all those conversations. 

3 takeaways from this podcast:

  • In order to start something, you need to quit something else
  • You need a challenge, a sense of progress, reason, autonomy and control, and a supportive community to thrive in your profession
  • Plan A thinking: if you have an alternative, you won’t think about the primary task anymore
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