We often hear the term "The Game of Life." In some ways, life is a game. It is a game of strategy that exists within your mind, the others around you, and all of the millions of variables of that make up our existence.
Do you sometimes doubt your abilities and worry that you are not good enough? Do you feel inadequate even though what you have achieved suggests otherwise? If so then you could well be suffering from Imposter Syndrome.
If one of your goals is to be a better mentor, you can find a lot of standard advice such as listen well and stay open-minded. But I think the best way to inspire great mentoring is by describing a man who excels at it.
Are you an online entrepreneur? If I were to ask you how easy selling is for you, chances are a good 80 percent of you would frown upon the question and rather change the topic. As an online entrepreneur and personal brand, I too well know the discomfort when it comes to plain selling.
Encouraging people to focus on their strengths -- those things they're good at and actually enjoy doing -- at work has become a multi-million dollar industry, but could this approach be ruining people's careers? Perhaps.
Millennial is the buzz word of the day. It's as if we've being inhabited by a tribe from another planet that has previously been unknown -- a secret band of warriors with a language and set of mannerisms we do not understand.
Quite often entrepreneurs struggle to find their business niche, not because they don't know what they are passionate about but because they are often passionate about a lot of things and believe that they have to choose one thing that they will have to do for the rest of their lives.
Anxiety may not be the most pleasant experience in the world but I personally wouldn't trade it in. Throughout all of my exploring, I have come to see that those of us with anxiety seem to be a "type" of person.
These are just a few principles that I have unearthed over the years studying and working with some of the top athletes on the planet. With a solid understanding of how the mind works, we all have the potential to do our best when it means the most.