May 9
May 9, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Don’t fear the future

Theme: Don’t fear the future Tip: Visualize your ideal future and write down three actionable items that you will do over the next week to make this vision a reality.  “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of...

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May 8
May 8, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Advice during challenging times

Theme: Advice during challenging times Tip: Develop a “resiliency mindset” by implementing the following tips in your daily life Look towards challenges as an opportunity to grow Practice optimism regardless of the challenges you face Embrace the difficulty to find a way or make a way “Life is 10% what...

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May 7
May 7, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Avoid ‘expectation hangovers’

Theme: Avoid the ‘hangover letdown’ from failed expectations  Tip: Practice controlling the “controllables” (below) and developing a curious non-attachment to future events/plans Things you can control: Attitude Optimism Mindest Quality of thoughts   “Being optimistic finds you the key for any lock in life.” — Sudisha Mukherjee Avoid the ‘hangover...

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May 6
May 6, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Developing competence

Theme: The 7th ‘C’: Competence Tip: Study and implement the competency model below and apply it to your life today Model for developing competence: Prioritize what is important to learn Seek out competent mentors/teachers to help accelerate your learning Chunk down your plan into actionable steps (crawl, walk, run …...

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May 5
May 5, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Community

Theme: The 6th ‘C’: Community Tip: Think about who you currently have in your community and whether they actively facilitate or deter you on your journey towards self-mastery. Also consider how you may play various roles in other peoples’ communities. It is just as important to give as it is...

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May 4
May 4, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Courage

Theme: The fifth ‘C’: Courage Tip: Reflect upon which challenges in your life you may be shying away from and develop a plan of action to make forward progress to overcome this obstacle. You got this. “Don’t fear the challenge. Instead face it with courage and look for the opportunity...

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May 3
May 3, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Challenge

Theme: The fourth ‘C’: Challenge Tip: Embrace the challenges in your life as opportunities for learning and vertical growth. “Being challenged in life is inevitable; being defeated is optional.” — Roger Crawford The fourth ‘C’ in the 12-part series is challenge. Consider viewing obstacles as purposeful challenges to propel you...

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May 2
May 2, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Commitment

Theme: The third ‘C’: Commitment Tip: Commit to self mastery in service for others … and consider how you can make deeper commitments to yourself in the following ‘core’ domains: Balance – commit to being more disciplined around performance (eating, sleeping, exercise, etc) Witness – commit to defining a better...

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May 1
May 1, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: curiosity

Theme: The second ‘C’: Curiosity Tip: Get curious about … Who you are Why you’re here on this planet How you’re going to serve & connect deeper with others Journal your thoughts to the three topics mentioned above. “Curiosity is the engine of achievement.” — Ken Robinson The second ‘C’...

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Apr 30
April 30, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: the first ‘C’ – Core

Theme: The first C: ‘Core’ Tip: Reflect upon and journal how you can improve your ‘core’ in the four domains below: Balance (related to the performance domain, how you center your physical energy) Witness (practice connecting with your witnessing self) Being (connecting authentically & presently with others) Focus (on your...

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