Mistakes are a good thing. Understand that mistakes are like pain – they are required to become resilient. They are the key, every mistake is another key to the f***ing lock that is life!
Now running negotiation firm Black Swan, Chris Voss reveals the strategies he used throughout his career in the FBI to defuse criminals and hostage-takers out of high-stake and deadly situations, and how you can use those same skills in business and in life.
What is fear?
False evidence appearing real? Or, fuck everything and everything run?
One of the things you guys keep asking me is what books I recommend for personal growth and business success. So, I thought I’d compile a list of some of my favourite reads to help you soar to success this year.
For me, I think a sign of humility is when someone gives you feedback and you have the ability to sit, listen and not feel like you have to respond.
You need to be open to feedback.
You can see all the potential in the world in someone, but at the end of the day, in order for them to succeed they’ve got to see that potential in themselves.
Let me tell it to you straight. For all of you people out there who are using age as excuse, listen up. Age has nothing to do with it. I don’t care if you’re 30, 50, or 80. Don’t pull the ‘age’ card as a reason to stop starting.
It seems like anxiety is something that more and more people are dealing with these days, and I think a lot of it comes from the things we can’t control but want to. The sooner we give up our desire for control, the sooner we give up the trigger for anxiety.
The truth can hurt, but sometimes it’s what you need to hear in order to get off your butt. In a recent Tough Love with Kerwin, Sarah told us that she protects herself from being blamed, rejected or criticised because she was bullied. I serve it to Sarah straight and tell her exactly what she needs to do to push through her barriers.
Your team could make or lose you millions of dollars, so when it comes to hiring, it’s important to get it right. It’s sometimes easy to pick a dud, but is it possible to turn an average employee into a talented team member?