Why does commitment matter? In my worldview, I believe it matters because to commit means to put your faith toward something. We admire people who commit to things because they embrace the uncertainty of the end result. Today in BTL practice Chet recounted a phrase from childhood that his mom said, "Nothing worth anything is … Continue reading Day 258 – Commitment
The purpose of practice, in a sports setting, is to prepare players for a game. What then makes practice good or bad? If we look to Kobe Bryant he said, "It's not about the number of hours you practice, it's about the hours your mind is present during the practice". My AND is this- If … Continue reading Day 257 – Spartan Way
I believe doing the BTL core work provides the framework to become confident in who you are, regardless of your audience. Everyone is nervous occasionally, and that is okay. If you build your competence, and strengthen your core, you will become more confident. From my perspective, gaining clarity on my identity has helped me out … Continue reading Day 256 – Who is your audience?
I am currently neither married, divorced, or in a relationship. Nevertheless, I have a routine for going from kill to chill. When I come home I find my comfortable sweatpants and oversized t-shirt. Despite not being in a relationship, it's equally important to be able to chill once home and away from work. Stressed to … Continue reading Day 255 – Elite’s underbelly
You can do more than you think. Our brain has us default to energy-save mode. I believe most settle for average if we don't surround ourselves with people to push us. There are a lot of different emotions that can cause us to take it easy, along with other emotions that push us to our … Continue reading Day 254 – Arousal Emotions
Writing is the most important time in BTL practice. Writing is the most important in BTL because it de-clutters your mind. You listen to your own thoughts more than your leader's. Recently in team practice this phrase stuck with me- Leaders don't solve problems, they create problem solvers. Leaders take a lot of responsibility for … Continue reading Day 253 – De clutter de mind
Recently I have been running team practices with everyone evaluating if they're in their comfort, challenge, or panic zone. Listening to people talk, I have found that many are in the panic zone because they lack margin. I've noticed people wait for vacation or some sort of getaway for margin. Build smaller margin as a … Continue reading Day 252 – Margin
Today I was in practice where I shared some of my dream and do. I have a dream of being a great builder, which comes by learning how to build well. This leader has a dream for his own company, which he recently shared with his team. Today I told him what I had learned … Continue reading Day 251 – Dream and Do