#thoughtoftheday: you need winners around you, not buddies

You don’t need buddies around you, you need winners. When you think about improving yourself and having big, juicy new goals in life you don’t surround yourself with what’s comfortable or horizontal—you go vertical, you reach up. Black belts don’t learn from white belts. ¬ Grant Cardone, the author of SELL OR BE SOLD & The 10X Rule: … Continue reading #thoughtoftheday: you need winners around you, not buddies

thought of the day: if it looks good someone had to do the work

"The thoughtless, the ignorant, and indolent, seeing only the apparent effects of things and not the things themselves, talk of law, of fortune, and chance. Seeing a man grow rich, they say, 'How lucky he is!' Observing another become intellectual they exclaim, 'How highly favored he is!' And noting the saintly character and wide influence … Continue reading thought of the day: if it looks good someone had to do the work

#thought of the day: the only way to figure it out is to move to the unknown

You know, one of these days you're going to make some decisions. And if you're like most people, you'll be making only a few decisions. A few, because you'll go for comfortable options. But did you know that a smooth sea has never made a skilled sailor? Well, when the world's greatest salesman, Thomas J. Watson, also the former chairman … Continue reading #thought of the day: the only way to figure it out is to move to the unknown

motivational #thoughtoftheday: what we think about most of the time, we are

Over the years, religious teachers, philosophers, writers, scientists, and spiritual leaders have all agreed on this one thing: that we become what we think about most of the time. That in itself, isn't of much effect, influence, inspiration, value... but what if I asked you this question: What are you thinking about right now? If … Continue reading motivational #thoughtoftheday: what we think about most of the time, we are

the rich #thoughtsoftheday: serenity, the ultimate state of being

"A man becomes calm in the measure that he understands himself as a thought-evolved being, for such knowledge necessitates the understanding of others as the result of thought. As he develops a right understanding, and sees more and more clearly the internal relations of things by the action of cause and effect, he ceases to … Continue reading the rich #thoughtsoftheday: serenity, the ultimate state of being