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Daily Climb #8: Strike Outs & Home Runs

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Daily Climb #8: Strike Outs & Home Runs

August 19th, 2016   Through my experience in business I've learned to operate by the principle of strikeouts and home runs.  This means...   1)  Setting an ultimate, big goal and vision 2)  Taking a lot of calculated risks to attempt to reach that goal 3)  Discarding the failed idea/initiatives as quickly as possible 4)  Going ALL IN on the ideas/initiatives that are home run successes as quickly as possible   It seams so simple, but the incredibly difficult part is being willing to attempt and endure enough failures to find the successes.  Similar to baseball, home runs, are few...

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Daily Climb #7: Perseverance

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Daily Climb #7: Perseverance

A video posted by Fight the Fight Clothing (@fightthefight) on Aug 18, 2016 at 8:34pm PDT Video:  I've folded shirts and packed orders like this night after night after night for 4+ years, but this is the first time I've ever video taped it.  I posted the video because I wanted to show you guys a small example of perseverance in real life!   August 18th, 2016   Long term perseverance, in my opinion, is a grossly underestimated as a key to success in any endeavor.  To me, that word "perseverance" means the repetitive execution of the actions necessary to move an...

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Daily Climb #6: The Power of Emotions

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Daily Climb #6: The Power of Emotions

August 17th, 2016   Emotions and business usually don't mix well.  However, in my case with FTF, I've thrown that unwritten rule out the window.  I let my emotions and intuitions guide my decision making all the time.  I don't always do what makes sense at the moment.  I do what feels right to get us closer to my ultimate vision for the organization.   The lesson is this...Robots can't achieve goals or build businesses from the ground up.  People do.     Whatever goal you are trying to achieve whether it's fitness, business, relationships, or anything else that takes a large...

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Daily Climb #5: The Chip

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Daily Climb #5: The Chip

  August 16th, 2016   Ever since I started down my entrepreneurial road in business I've worked like I have a big chip on my shoulder all the time.  When my energy is running low I think about all the times people have told me I couldn't do something or didn't even give me a fair chance at opportunities.     All of you guys can probably think of and relate to similar situations from your pasts.    For several years before the beginning of FTF I would get depressed when I would think about these times in my life....

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Daily Climb #4: Making Decisions

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Daily Climb #4: Making Decisions

  August 15th, 2016   All that matters is what ships.  I read that somewhere in a business book a few years ago, and it could not be more true.  It's another way of saying actions are all that matter in the pursuit of any dream or goal.     Like many of you, I often catch myself overanalyzing decisions so much that I delay, or in some cases, never take action on tasks that had the potential to move the organization forward towards my ultimate vision for it.  This is also known as "analysis paralysis."    The difficult part...

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