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How the Best Version of You Terminates Self-Limiting Beliefs

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Self-limiting beliefs: Fear induced feelings of deep psychological underpinnings of our personality that hinder the life we desire. Paralyzed by the feeling that you don’t belong? Hiding in the undying need for acceptance? Lacking confidence in your ability? Intimidated by the thought of great success? Whether you’ve concluded that you’re not intelligent or you’ve decided…

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The Correlation Between High Performance and Mental Meltdowns

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The high performance mindset: an unwavering determination to chase the best version of oneself. Do you have a high performance mindset? Chances are you do. This mindset is not just reserved for CEO’s, professional athletes, and military officers: this is a mindset that drives a lot of us to meet success. The high performance mindset is…

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I Watched “What the Health” And Went Vegan for 2 Weeks. Here’s What Happened

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“Have you seen ‘What the Health?’” Like many of you, I watched “What The Health” on Netflix because someone you know told you to watch after they had watched it and immediately felt like they were now smoking 12,000 cigarettes every morning when they ate eggs and bacon at breakfast. Needless to say, I also…

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7 Months a Grinder: How I produced the first 30 Episodes of Leadership Strike Group

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Entrepreneur is a sexy word. It really is. A word that symbolizes risk, creativity, and freedom for the total control over one’s life journey. I’m not an entrepreneur. Yet. I’m a Naval Officer and a Nuclear Engineering Officer Recruiter for US Navy Aircraft Carriers and US Navy Submarines. I’m employed by the Navy and MUST…

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A Mother’s Dying Lessons to Her Son

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This One is For You, Mom On the morning of January 20, 2015 I lost the person who brought me into this world. She passed of brain cancer. Diagnosed in October in 2014, the cancer spread aggressively and despite brain surgery, chemotherapy, and an amazing attitude, cancer placed her in heaven far earlier than I…

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Why You Must Find the Crossroads of Interest, Skill, and the Feeling of Personal Worth

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The Holy Grail of Finding Yourself I decided to leave the military after my obligatory five years of service upon graduating college. Two operational tours on two ships and one non-operational tour recruiting nuclear engineers was the perfect amount of time away from home and hazardous duty. I had proudly served my nation well, left…

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Become Your Biggest Fan To Change Your World

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It’s All Up to You Now The inherent beauty of leadership at the Generation Y level is that we haven’t even touched the waters edge of our capabilities. Most of us(okay, all of us) are still on the grind putting in the long hours it takes to establish a reputation and not miss on rent.…

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Sportscaster Stuart Scott accepts the Jimmy V award for perseverance, at the ESPY Awards at the Nokia Theatre on Wednesday, July 16, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP) ORG XMIT: CABS184

The Difference Between Being Remembered And Forgotten In Life

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As Cool As The Other Side of the Pillow Two years ago from the posting of this article, longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott passed on from a rare form of cancer. A leading sports entertainer and journalist, Stuart was a television mogul who could invite you to drop everything you were doing and watch him work. He…

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