This past weekend, I was listening to a “Beats 1” Podcast that featured one of my favorite young Hip-Hop artists, Joey Badass.
Joey just released his second full length LP, entitled “Amerikkkan Badass.”
The music is uplifting, inspirational, and delivers a stinging social commentary on the current state of our Union as it pertains to social justice and race relations.
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How many people do you know (including yourself) that actually enjoy living?
Think about this.
How many people do you know that greet you with a warm smile and make eye contact?
How many folks do you come across that ask about your day, and actually listen to what you are saying?
Continue reading “Morning Rituals For Success”
“Jack of all trades, master of none.”
Unfortunately, in this day and age of the internet and information overload, this phrase is beginning to apply to more and more people – especially when it comes to training.
Everyone wants to have and do it all.
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This past week, I read a book called “Training Camp: What The Best Do Better Than Everyone Else,” by Jon Gordon.
Based on his work with professional sports teams, world class organizations, and interviews with top professionals in a wide variety of fields, he narrowed their success in life to 10 specific traits that they all shared in common.
While I encourage you all to read the book, I decided that I would share these traits with you, here—but, that I would apply them to training instead.
After all, we should all strive for greatness in everything we do.
Training is no exception.
Continue reading “What The Best Do Better Than Everyone Else”