“All you can do is all you can do.”
-Larry Ellison, founder of Oracle
Tech entrepreneur and self-made billionaire Larry Ellison is one of the wealthiest men in America. He created Oracle, the second-highest selling software in the world.
Clearly he has been, and is, a pretty driven individual, to have reached this level of accomplishment.
What percent of his full mental, physical, emotional, and perhaps spiritual capabilities do you think he summons on a daily basis?
Now it is your turn. Examine your own levels of personal and professional accomplishments and check in with yourself. What percent of your fullest capacities have you accessed?
If you left it all on the field today by doing all you can do, what could you possibly get done? What results would you see in your life if you made this a daily practice?
“Be so good they can’t ignore you.”
-Steve Martin, American actor and comedian
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A common coaching assignment in the business world is to assist a client in earning a promotion. This effort has many facets, including performance measurement, relationship issues, and a bit of office politics.
Imagine your job as an Olympic event, and that you must mobilize all your effort and activity to be your personal best to earn the gold medal.
Determine exactly what behaviors and result you and others expect that constitute this remarkable level of accomplishment.
Consider reading the book “Linchpin” by Seth Godin (2010) to increase your indispensability.
– Frederick Faust, author
Is the giant within you fully asleep, taking a catnap, or just a bit drowsy these days?
What are some strategies to waken this giant to the status of full alert?
Consider the following ideas:
1. Identify the giants and leaders in your organization or community and practice similar behaviors.
2. Double your efforts on any worthwhile endeavor – and see what level of accomplishment results.
3. Cut the amount of time you give yourself to accomplish key tasks in half, to create greater urgency – and see what happens.
Send me your best ideas that you have used to create miracles in your professional and personal life. (Email me at email@example.com.)
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