Success

Sarah Olson – Mom, Entrepreneur, Inventor

Sarah Olson is an Entrepreneur and a Mom who found herself in extraordinary circumstances.

After her son had suffered through 15 surgeries in 4 years to deal with a rare medical condition, and after watching him endure pain that would break grown men, she decided to take massive action to find a solution to a problem the medical community had not been able to crack.

With no background or experience, she did it, and her invention is going to change countless lives. Here story will challenge you, educate you, and inspire you.

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Leadership Podcast #96: Success Myths

Scott Ross busts 4 common myths in the personal development world.

If this podcast blesses you, please subscribe and leave a review here.

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The Prerequisite to Winning

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Everyone likes to win.

I don’t think there’s anyone that, if asked, would say they don’t want to win in life.

Millions ponder what it would take to win.  They read books.  They listen to audios.  They attend seminars.  They seek gurus.

What many are missing is this one prerequisite.  Without it, winning isn’t possible.

You ready?

In order to win, you must first…

… be in the game!

You can’t win sitting in the stands.

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The Power of Reflection

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Julius Caesar is famous for coining the phrase, “Experience is the teacher of all things.”  Benjamin Franklin put his own spin on it when he said, “Experience is the best teacher, but a fool will learn from no other.”

While I get their meaning very well, and am out of my depth to contradict two of the greatest men in history, I politely offer these modifications:

Reflected experience is the teacher of all things.

Experience that is reflected upon is the best teacher, but a fool never reflects.

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