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Exceptional

I am not exceptional. I am merely exceptionally disciplined. I am not a good runner, but I have logged the miles and will do another Ragnar soon and a few weeks after that my second ultramarathon. I don’t look like a deer,

The Trichotomy of Control

In “A Guide to the Good Life {the ancient art of stoic joy}” William Irvine expands Epictetus’ Dichotomy of Control into a third area in a manner that every professional should harken to, as it is a superior model for how we interact with

Discipline = Good Choices

“Discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most.” Author Unknown. As a young Representative it was beaten into my head: to do the things that others can’t, you have to do the things that others won’t. And

Secret Of Success: PARK It!

I was talking with some other Industry Leaders the other day about what it takes to succeed in our profession. This was an eclectic group from across the country, male and female, across two decades of ages and numerous initial