Andrew Luck’s Powerful Mindset

Michael Guberti

“Leadership is most effective when it’s your own personality.” Andrew Luck The ability to be yourself despite others’ opinions or expectations is powerful. The mark of a maverick is the boldness to uniquely express oneself. Leaders are often portrayed as staying strong through a tough situation, despite their peers or co-workers mentally breaking down. Through…

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Disregard Doubt Like Julius Thomas

Teenager Entrepreneur

“I put aside my own doubts– was determined to prove I belonged there. That brief suspension of self-doubt is what got me in the door.” Julius Thomas You can beat self-doubt. Heroes, villains and all individuals in between experience negative, disempowering thinking patterns at some time in their lives. The choice to advance regardless of…

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Adopt An Assertive Mindset Like Joe Flacco

“I think I’m the best. I don’t think I’m top five, I think I’m the best. I don’t think I’d be very successful at my job if I didn’t feel that way.” Joe Flacco Self-belief is the ultimate human tool. Any successful person at one time has had to summon the confidence to manifest their…

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How Rage Can Channel Your Focus

  Everyone experiences rage at some point. Whether it be since you were cut off by a car on your way to the grocery store or badgered by an annoying person, stimulators for anger exist all around us. However, we can not allow these triggers to fire off. If we do, we have surrendered our…

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How To Spark Tremendous Success Through Encouragement

  Too many people today are depressed because others never told them they could accomplish anything. Obviously, this negative thinking pattern limits the success these individuals can experience. However, the goods news is that these same people are one word of positive, encouraging support away from thriving. Drew Brees’ success occurred partly because of the…

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How Differences In Interpretation Change the World

People’s views shape the course of human history. Whether the subject is documents, events or personal relationships, the ebb and flow of the world is guided by perception. Thus, the ability to control our own is crucial. For example, has someone ever said something you felt was sarcastic, but they were actually genuine? This difference…

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Three Strategies To Connect With Your Inner Self

Emotional intentionality is somewhat of a lost art. Few people can readily control their thoughts and feelings, or connect with themselves on a deep level. The potency of happiness would explode if individuals could only take the lay of their mental land. True fulfillment comes from using such skill, and time seems to slow down during the…

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How To Approach Uncertainty With Confidence

Everyone has faced uncertainty at a time in their lives. Whether it be joining a new club, starting a new job or meeting a person previously unknown to you, the absence of familiarity can deeply affect individuals. Some people model their lives to avoid uncertainty or surprises because of this truth. As a result, they are…

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How To Accurately Assess A Person Or Situation

People jump to false conclusions all the time. Common examples include “he is a terrible person,” “she is stuck up,” or “this class is going to be terrible.” The problem with this line of thinking is that people become quite good at assigning premature interpretations to everything. Now, this is not to say that your…

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Why “Ultimate Days” Are Amazingly Energizing

“Ultimate days”—we all have them. These are 24-hour time blocks so incredibly concentrated with action, thought and adjustments that you shock yourself with what you have done at their conclusion. Depending on your amount of daily energy, these days can come around once in a decade or twice a week (that is a conservative estimate, for…

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