My goal is to solve problems people face with beautiful, practical, and useful solutions. I’m driven to apply and share what I learn.
Hendrickson recommends that we should consistently remind ourselves of the crucial difference between who we are and what we achieve.
Similarly, Dr. Stephen Covey said, “To learn and not to do is really not to learn. To know and not to do is really not to know.”
When you are not practicing, remember, someone is practicing, and when you meet him, he will win. — Bill Bradley
…o examine, though, it’s important to look at the source of that information. To quote Darren Hardy, “Never ask advice of someone with whom you wouldn’t want to trade places.”
It gets worse: Our personalities cement a few years later, too. We pretty much are who we are going to be forever by the time we’re 30 years old — something Harvard psychologist William James called “half-plastered.” This means your core person…