DAD: Advertisers trick you into wanting stuff. Ignore the noise.
DAD: Talk about life, love, meaning, experiences, entrepreneurship. Be inquisitive, learn about people
DAD: Talking about doing something and actually doing it are two very different things
DAD: Find a balance between being 100% honest and hurting people. This is a critical skill to learn.
DAD: If you don’t have any critics, you’re doing something wrong.
DAD: To discover the best way to unleash my potential.
DAD: “The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.”
DAD: Restaurant eating is convenient, but very expensive on a tight budget.
DAD: Spending 10,000 hours focusing on getting better and better.
DAD: EQ or emotional intelligence, is being able to recognize, understand and manage your emotions and the emotions of others.
DAD: Reflect. Do not repeat. Move on.
DAD: Low stress. Good people around you. Being good everyday.
DAD: Kaizen means “perpetual incremental improvement,”. Doing small things a little bit better each day.
DAD: Regret comes in two forms: regretting doing something you wish you hadn’t done, and regretting not doing something you wish you would have done.
DAD: The Pygmalion Effect is how the power of positive thinking can result in positive outcomes—just by changing your perspective.
DAD: Yes. Accept the possibility that you will be wrong. Don’t be arrogant. Be curious.
DAD: Easy Solution. Try and do less.
DAD: Carrying too much debt causes more than budgeting problems; it can cause stress and personal problems, too.
All successful leaders lead with empathy. Empathy drives purpose and purpose drives results.
It is a Greek word which means the highest human good – the good life.
DAD: Good money habits starts at home. Most kids learn about their relationship with money from their parents.
DAD: If you commit to too much, you don’t give quality to all of the things you’re committed to.
DAD: Your track record for getting through hard days is 100% so far.
DAD: Silence helps us to eliminate distractions from our daily life.