There are two types of people in this world; people who dabble in life and people who commit to mastery. Dabbling is when you try something new, but as soon as it gets hard you give up and chase the next ‘get rich quick’ scheme.
Mastery is when you consciously decide what’s important then stick with it until it becomes part of who you are, a new way of operating, a new standard.
I think one of the most important decisions you can make is to decide to master the core areas of you life. There aren’t that many; relationships, health, business, spirituality, family, and finance are my top ones.
To master these map out where you want to get to, then determine what you need to learn to get there, then create an education plan to learn the skills you need.
Become who you need to be to do what you need to do to have what you want.
Life success isn’t complicated, but it does take dedication.
There’s a tendency to gather information, and more information, and more information, indefinitely if a decision is important.
Your next 40 years will be determined by your next ten years.
A mantra I live by in business is, ‘tolerance is the enemy of excellence.’
Functional fixes are not solutions for existential misalignments.
If you’re buying your lunch from someone, what happens if he’s 20cms shorter than you?
It’s almost certain that what’s being agreed isn’t fully understood.
Don’t be a dick.
Five hundred years ago, Michel de Montaigne said: “My life has been filled with terrible misfortune; most of which never happened.”
In tennis, the majority of the game is spent volleying.
I own a wealth management company called MedCapital