“No masterpiece was ever created by a lazy artist.” ~ Anonymous
With the beginning of the year many people set New Year’s resolutions or have goals for the coming year. However, you will need to adapt and live by certain principles if you want to turn your dreams or goals into reality. The 6 principles below can help you to start and stick with whatever you […]
Coach Bill Snyder’s 16 Goals for Success
1. Commitment- To common goals and to being successful.
2. Unselfishness- There is no “I” in TEAM.
3. Unity- Come together as never before.
4. Improve- Everyday… as a player, person, and student.
5. Be tough- Mentally and physically.
6. Self-discipline- Do it right, don’t accept less.
7. Great effort
9. Eliminate Mistakes- Don’t beat yourself.
10. Never give up
11. Don’t accept losing- If you do so one time, it will be easy to do so for the rest of your life.
12. No self-limitations- Expect more of yourself.
13. Expect to win- And truly believe we will.
14. Consistency- Your very, very best every time.
15. Leadership- Everyone can set an example.
16. Responsibility- You are responsible for your own performance.
You can read about Coach Snyder’s goals in his own words in his book They Said It Couldn’t Be Done.
“Success is a matter of understanding and religiously practicing specific, simple habits that always lead to success.” ~Robert J. Ringer
Everyone fails but not everyone wins at failing. Michael Jordan said, “I have failed over and over again. That is why I succeed.” To turn your failures into wins you need to adapt certain fundamentals including: take ownership, learning from what happened, and picking yourself up. Let’s discuss each of those areas. 1. Take ownership- […]
“There is simply no substitute for hard work when it comes to achieving success.” ~Heather Bresch
Achieving success is only one victory, the real achievement is to maintain your success while making progress to new levels of success. Becoming successful can be easier than maintaining the success. Here are 4 things you must keep doing after you become successful: Keep serving Successful people can quickly move from a serving to self-serving […]
“When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.” ~Eric Thomas
Today is the official release of my new quote book: Success Quotes, Foundational Elements for Lasting Success. The book is compiled of quotes on 20 different topics related to success. Each chapter/topic is about 3 pages long. You can receive this book for FREE by subscribing to my blog or you can purchase it on Amazon. Reading and […]
Success Quotes: Foundational Elements for Lasting Success (Releasing in July)
I’m releasing another free quote eBook for those who subscribe to my email list. If your already subscribed you will be getting a copy before anyone else! The 20 quote topics include:
Character, Integrity, Leadership & Influence, Balanced Life, Vision, Desire, Dreams, Skill & Talent , Attitude, Support from Others, Personal Growth & Learning, Hard Work, Passion, Perseverance, Enthusiastic, Motivation, Courage, Humility, Excellence, and Action.
The quote book will inspire and motivate you toward the success you desire. The wisdom and insights from the quotes will lay a foundation for you to have lasting success. I’ll be providing more information about the book and release date in the weeks to come.
In part one of Laws of Success we discussed the laws of strategy and hard work. Abraham Lincoln wisely said, “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” These laws combined with a deep enough desire for success will allow you to move closer toward success. Here […]
Certain life and leadership laws are true and founded. One that we all must abide by is the law of gravity. A person can say they don’t believe or think the law of gravity is real. All they would need to do to test this law is to go on top of a 10 story […]
In early November (of 2013) I transitioned into a new job with the County of San Diego. During this transitional period I worked at my old job (So I could give my full two week notice) while training for my new position. Between both jobs I worked a lot of hours and put in some […]