Welcome back to another episode of the ValueVerse and thank you for checking me out and giving me your time. I know it is quite valuable and I appreciate you.
Before you have anything you have to decide what you want: Have the burning desire backed by faith.
Life is a game, not a joke. You have to learn the rules of the game before you can break them. You move up in different levels and certain skills get learned along the way.
A common analogy that is used in business is the cross similarities of sports and nature in the aspects of team and cycles.
In nature, it’s understanding the different types of relationships. Mutualism and Symbiosis.
In basketball, there are several factors in winning a game: Individual Game & Team Game
“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” -Phil Jackson
“Good teams become great ones when the members trust each other enough to surrender the me for the we.” -Phil Jackson
Team can mean anyone, including family.
Another example in nature is the importance of understanding cycles. Spring, summer, fall, and winter. Make long-term decisions in the summer, because the winter always comes.
Make your reason to win for someone else and you. Go for Win/Win.
Tune in this week to catch Rick Jordan from the ALL IN podcast tomorrow at 6 am Pacific Time! We covered a lot and he’s a great guest. He opened up about business, being a CEO and having a family, win/win, mentors, and much more.
On Wednesday I’ll be having Allison Jackson and Brandon Eastman. Two top coaches to bring you a ton of VALUE around vision, obstacles, goal setting, working together, and what coaching is.
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Tune in Tuesday and Wednesday this week at 6 am pacific time. Once again, thank you for the support and for listening to the ValueVerse podcast. I can’t do it without you.
Eleven Rings by Phil Jackson