On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Riddle and Mike Hartlieb discuss how you can keep the promises you make to yourself.
On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Albright talks about paying the price to be successful.
On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Stephen Davies and Ed Soto discuss how to find winners fast!
On the last The Wednesday Call podcast, Davies covered identifying the kind of people we are looking for and the choices and voices that drive us to where we are going.
On this pod, we do a deep dive on the characteristics, but we want to think through two lenses: who we are looking for and how "I" need to stay and keep growing.
When you are coaching people, you will see people who will have these qualities and they reach a point of success then slow down. You will also find people that will try to "head fake" you. Don't fall in love with those kinds of people, they are the wrong people.
This is simple. Operate from a place of gratitude ... always! Don't get fooled by words when it comes to gratitude. Gratitude leads to appreciation, altruism and acknowledgement.
Through appreciation there is thankfulness and agreeableness. In altruism we find selflessness and a "love thy neighbor" attitude. With acknowledgement we see indebtedness, consciousness and the pursuit of excellence.
If somebody can't be counted on then they are not grateful.
Coachable people are transparent. They don't judge without cause.
Other things we look for to find winners fast ...
People Who Make Zero Excuses
On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Albright talks to you about being a winner, which starts with hunger and desire.
Andy wanted to be successful so bad it mad him crazy. He wanted it no matter what.
How do you win? Through focus, being crazy about it and by staying determined to do it. Andy was never looking for balance. He wanted to be off balance.
What do focused people do?
What do crazy people do?
What do determined people do?
Winners share similar traits.
They have a peace and calm about them. They slow down and take a look around. When you see a deer in the road, you should try to hit it. Aim at it, look at coming traffic, glance in rear view mirror and tap the break.
When something happens, do not panic. Focus on the fix. Be the professional.
Reticular Activation System - Become clear about people, time and stuff.
Excluded Alternative Law - Do tasks with high volume payoffs.
Expediency Principle - People seek the fastest, easiest way to get what they want immediately with little concern for long-term consequences of actions. They have their own interests and benefits first and foremost. Your job is to think about other people first. If they benefit from what you offer, you both win.
Creative Procrastination - What is most important thing right now? What can wait? What doesn't matter?
"You will become as small as your controlling desire; as great as your dominant aspiration." James Allen
"Whenever you find something getting done, you find a monomaniac with a mission." Peter Drucker
“Money may not be the most important thing in life, but it is up there with oxygen.” Zig Ziglar
"There is one quality which one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to possess it." Napoleon Hill
"Cherish your visions and your dreams, as they are the children of your soul -- the blueprint of your ultimate achievements." Napoleon Hill
Be a monomaniac on a mission.
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