How to Quantify the Value of “Showing Up!”

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Society pays a price when people don’t show up.  Coaches complain when their teams don’t “show up” to play.  You and I pay a price when we halfheartedly show up and nations can rise and fall depending on who shows up.  So what does our lack luster approach to “showing up” in every sense of the word cost us?  Now that the fire works and parades of the American Independence Day celebrations have ended what will you do today to secure your own freedom?  And whether or not you “show up” has more to do with it than you may imagine.

Click here to listen to this Podcast of a dramatic true story about the power of “showing up!” 

*some of the events of Abraham Baldwin’s story was gathered from content in  Ron G. Carters book, Unlikely Heroes.

John Adams Shows Why “Grit” Is More Important Than “Raw Talent”

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CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT… Why over 50% of the most dominant specimens find themselves cut from NFL teams with in 4 years?   A measurement of grit has proven to be a better predictor than current skills and ability.  How do you measure “Grit?” Listen in to find out how John Adams, one of Americas most determined founders, and the most successful athletes find a way to succeed.  Many like him win with out “raw talent” and so can you!

George Washington and Analysis Paralysis?

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It’s hard to imagine George Washington experiencing analysis paralysis, but the truth is we all do.  The trick is overcoming it.  CLICK HERE TO FIND out what Fred Smith, Founder of FedEx and George Washington have in common….