Take the Stairs
My friend and fellow Cross Pointer, Rory Vaden, is gearing up to release his new book Take the Stairs.
I’m a huge fan of the thoughts and principles Rory shares on the power of self-discipline. The book doesn’t release for a couple of more months (you’ll hear more from me then), but I’m excited that Rory is doing a seminar here in Nashville on the topic!
After spending the last 10 years studying some of the most successful people in the world I’ve noticed that all of them have only one thing in common: extraordinary self-discipline.
Contrary to popular belief, successful people aren’t necessarily better educated, more talented or better connected. Neither are they simply more motivated or just harder workers. Rather, successful people have realized that getting what they want in life means that they first have to do the things that they don’t want to do related to their goals. And the truth is successful people don’t like self-discipline any more than you or I; instead they have learned how to change their decision making process which makes discipline easier to endure.
What if self-discipline could be easier? What could you accomplish in your life if you just had more self-discipline?
If you live in or around Nashville, I would love for you to join us for the Take the Stairs: Live Event.
Thursday, October 20th
And guess what? Rory has graciously extended a complimentary pass to my blog readers! Click here and enter the code VIP11.
Hope to see you there!