Comparison is the thief of our peak performance

Have you ever had an arch-rival?
I have.
Her name was Sherri.
We were in the 6th grade and we battled for everything.
Cheerleading
Softball
Volleyball
Top grades
I usually won. But one day it was bothering me how when I would go out for a new sport, Sherri would then decide to go out for the same sport. I was complaining to my mom about it.
Then she said the following game-changing wise words:

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You CAN beat the clock!

I have come to realize that I have a serious problem with time.
I’m always racing against it.
I’m trying to go fast enough that I can “beat it.” Whatever that means.
Rick and I were traveling on a 2-day road trip and we were going to stop for coffee. It was a little place that only had a drive thru. There were 4 cars in line and our immediate thought was:
“We don’t have time.”

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Present Performance Is Not Your Full Potential

My guest is someone who had the courage to overcome huge challenges by taking responsibility of his life choices. Ted Phaeton, an anchor/meteorologist with FOX Carolina in Greenville, SC joins us today to talk all about how utilizing our full potential. Ted hosts two podcasts, No Rain No Rainbows and the Modern Man Show, where he shares his wisdom about self improvement and guiding men to have better lives. In today’s episode, we dive into what Ted learnt through his life experiences, what it takes to make huge shifts in life, Ted’s passion projects, and more.

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Are You Complacent or Content?

My guest today is someone who’s got the massive courage it takes to make big changes in life. John Prestigiacomo is a realtor working with Keller Williams, serving the north Atlanta metro area. John was born and grew up in New York City, and he graduated from Queens College with a degree in accounting. After twenty-five years of a successful career in a range of accounting-related roles, he made a big career shift last year to become a realtor as a way of doing things he’s most passionate about. In today’s episode, we talk about what inspires this transition and what John learned through this experience.

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