• Let others lead small lives, but not you. Let others argue over small things, but not you. Let others cry over small hurts, but not you. Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.

21 Quotes That (If Applied) Change You Into a Better Person

Ryan Holiday Bestselling author of ‘Conspiracy,’ ‘Ego is the Enemy’ & ‘The Obstacle Is The Way’ As long as man has been alive, he has been collecting little sayings about how to live. We find them carved in the rock of the Temple of Apollo and etched as graffiti on the walls of Pompeii. They … Continue reading

Plan Accomplish Anything

Have you ever tried to plan something and just gotten completely overwhelmed? Today, I’m going to give you my PAT formula for planning anything—along with the one tool I use to make any planning process dead simple. I’ll dig into the details of the PAT formula in just a minute. But first, the thing I … Continue reading

More better math

Math’s important. It’s elegant. It’s a magical way to deal with abstract concepts on your way to finding out the provable truth. There’s not enough math in the world. Math isn’t the same as arithmetic. Basic arithmetic is necessary, but everything beyond that is simply easily-graded compliance disguised as busy-work. A high school principal told … Continue reading

6 Life Lessons

People always talk about “the School of Hard Knocks.” If you haven’t enrolled in this school yet, you may be drafted whether you sign up or not. In fact, it’s nearly certain that at some point, you will be. I’ve learned a lot through hard knocks, pain, and loss. As I reflect back on my … Continue reading

Principle before Policy – the new rules for customer service.

Effective customer service is easier to perform than ineffective customer service. But judging by the way most companies deliver customer service, you’d never know it. Why? Lots of corporate “policy;” lack of corporate “principles.” Most companies and their employees have no idea what customers want, much less how to deliver what they want. Customers don’t … Continue reading