1.Your environment (your home, your office, the magazines you read etc.) dramatically affects your levels of achievement.
2.Reviewing your Big 5 annual goals every morning and working on your plan every day is an exceptionally powerful way to breed unbeatable focus and drive.
3.Getting ultra-fit lifts every other area of your life.
4.Our biggest enemy is our own self-doubt. We really can achieve extraordinary things
in our lives. But we sabotage our greatness because of our fear.
5.Join a mastermind group. It’s just remarkable what being in a room full of people who are smarter than yourself does for your performance.
6.Writing learning down works so much better than typing things down on a computer.
7.Dopamine is the elite performers best friend. [I really dug deep into the neurobiology of high-achievement in this past year and discovered that this neurotransmitter is the key to motivation…and it is released when we push our envelopes and do things that are difficult].
8.If you try to do it all yourself you get very little done. The most productive people set the dream and then hand it over swiftly to a project manager to execute with precision.
9.Become one of the rare people who don’t know how to quit (unless it really is time to quit).
10.Smile. It truly makes a difference to the people around you.
11.Just because excellent manners are not so common doesn’t mean that excellent manners are not incredibly important.
12.Always remember that there’s food on your table thanks to the customers you are privileged to serve.
13.It’s so much better to fail trying than to not even get into the game.
14.The more you serve, the more joyful you’ll become.
15.Life’s short. Have fun.
16.Gratitude is the antidote to misery.
17.Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and beautiful at the end.
18.The real key to getting great things done is stop doing so many good things.
19.Small little details done excellently and consistently stack up into something the world sees as Mastery.
20.Spend time in nature to renew and refuel.