Tag Archives: Wisdom

Don’t waste time looking back. Onward!

You can’t change the past. You just can’t. No amount of wishing, regretting, lamenting, and frustration with what has happened will allow you to change even a single second of the past. I fully believe in “looking back” for the purpose of learning. Hindsight is always 20/20. The value of lessons learned is beyond measure. […]

Trust your gut, don’t lose faith, press onward

Make sure your roots are not shallow. Make sure you know your why. Make sure you spend the time investing in the relationships that matter, the ones that will last. They are gonna come. They are gonna come HARD. The haters, the doubters, the naysayers. The don’t want you to succeed. Many of them will […]

When others are sleeping, GET IT DONE.

Early mornings are powerful. In the US only 1 in 5 is awake at 5:30am. Only 8 out of 100 are up at 5:00am. 8 freaking people that’s it. In a sense that’s your competition. If you typically get up at 7:00 and but instead you shift your day to 5:00 you will effectively be […]

Embrace Your 1440

We all have the exact same 1440 minutes per day. You don’t get more or less than Mother Teresa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Steve Jobs, or Martin Luther King Jr. EVERY MINUTE COUNTS. You have the SAME amount of time. THE SAME. The question is what are you going to do with your time? Are you […]

Hindsight is always 20/20.

Knowing what you know now, it’s powerful. It would have been so amazing to know it then. When you started, when you needed to know. You didn’t though. You didn’t know then what you know now. You simply didn’t have the luxury of the experience and wisdom that you have now. So what are you […]

Purpose & Tenacity

Do you know what it takes to succeed at creating something new and amazing? Purpose, it takes purpose. Sure a lot of businesses can be created and successful with hard work. Don’t get me wrong, hard work is a prerequisite for anything of significance to workout. So hard work is required, but by itself is […]

Embrace wisdom from experience.

By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest. ~Confucius Time will deliver if you’re listening, incredible wisdom.   It’s easy to dismiss life experience for the more “attractive” energy of youth. After all, who doesn’t love […]