“Everyone in this office loses respect for you when you aren’t on time”
“What you do in the small circumstances, you’ll do in large circumstances.”
“People who are great and have repeated success in business never fuck up the small things.”
“You can’t cash the reality checks.”
“Show more value and eventually it catches up.”
“People notice the motherfucker who is on the extra mile.”
“It feels like the world is meditating at 4:30 in the morning.”
“Crazy people get you crazy results. Average motherfuckers get you average results”
“The body is the servant of the mind” Continue reading How ANYONE Can Be Successful
“Basic hustle is what sets you apart” “Probably 80% of college is null and void” “The business climate is changing constantly but the curriculum stays the same!” “People walk out of school like ‘I just got taught how to handle mergers acquisitions.’ Motherfucker, you don’t even have an entry level job! How are you gonna handle mergers acquisitions!?” “How are you teaching motherfuckers … Continue reading Our Education System… Oh Sh*t
“Life is not about doing or having. It is about becoming who you want to be.” “People don’t have a dream about the process. They have a dream about the destination” “Like battle, life is a fucking war.” “If you don’t understand it, don’t invest in it.” “If something ‘bad’ happens it is only bad if you perceive it that way” “I never gave a … Continue reading Dreams vs. Goals How Family Shapes Us
“Don’t look at loss as a bad thing.”
“There are no free rides”
“So John, does this mean when you used to call me every Friday to ask about my chest workout that you didn’t really care? ”
“I’m just a persistent motherfucker”
“Your ideas aren’t shit until it is a great idea and a great idea is proven”
“I’ve heard all kinds of people tell me what they are going to do. The difference is, I go and do it.”
“Figuring it out and just making it happen is most of life.” Continue reading Losing Friends, Sales Strategies and Twitter QA
“Bro I stacked paper so hard it was ridiculous”
“You create the life that you want to live”
“I just assume I’m gonna have to do more than what everybody else does to get the same result”
“I walk around trying to encourage motherfuckers all day”
“Never think preparation has to be negative.”
Creatives have a complicated relationship with success. On the one hand, you wouldn’t be reading 99U if you weren’t ambitious to succeed ; on the other, you don’t want success at all costs – especially the loss of your artistic integrity. Whatever choices you make, if you achieve any kind of public success, it’s a sad fact that someone, somewhere will be thinking (and even saying) nasty things about you – including accusations of “selling out.”
Firstly, accept that you’ll never please everyone. Backbiting is part of the price of success. Secondly, make sure you are comfortable with your choices. Make a list of all the things you would consider “selling out,” and which you’re not prepared to do. Then keep the list handy. As long as you don’t do the things on that list, you can look yourself in the mirror. Whatever anyone else says about you.
Because we habitually put successful people on pedestals, the idea of becoming “one of them” can feel daunting. You start to worry that you’ll turn into someone else, a person your friends and family won’t recognize—and won’t like. This fear has some foundation in reality. After all, if you were satisfied with the person you are now, why would you want to change? But it’s also founded on a false premise: that change is about leaving your old self behind and replacing it with a completely new one. Change is more complex than that. You are definitely more complex than that.
Instead of thinking about change in terms of subtraction (losing your old self) think of it in terms of addition. You are about to discover and develop new facets to your personality — adding to who you are and what you bring to the world. Getting used to your new role will feel tingly and exciting. And you can still be the person you’ve always been to family and friends. Spending time with them will feel like slipping on your old comfy jeans after spending time in your trendy new clothes. More selves = more choices and a richer life. — Over to you Have you ever suffered from fear of success? Any tips for dealing with it?Over to you
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Your brain health and brain-body connection depend on rhythm. Children, teens, and adults can engage with the rhythm-based music of inTime to help stimulate rhythm awareness, focus, timing precision and adaptive responses to stress, all of which supply your brain with the highest quality of stimulation it needs for optimal function. As brain health and the brain-body connection improve, these abilities improve as well.
inTime provides a personalized program of listening training and fun movement activities, using body, drum, and voice to help you keep your beat, and flow with the rhythms of daily life. Created by the experts, inTime is an organic compilation of original compositions, based on a blend of world music with diverse percussion, string, and wind instrumentation, which accents the power of rhythm and sound frequencies.
inTime was developed in the course of over 5 years by the multidisciplinary team behind The Listening Program®. The producers are occupational therapist Sheila Allen, composer and musician Nacho Arimany, and author, founder CEO of Advanced Brain Technologies,
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The world music of inTime is entirely composed and played by Nacho Arimany, who brings his distinctive blending of rhythms and instrumentation, old and new, from cultures and regions across the globe. inTime’s signature sound is achieved through masterful emphasis of orchestrated percussive rhythms and specified sound frequencies as the basis for a rich melodic and harmonic structure. Recordings were done in High Definition sound within natural acoustic space to capture the sound and spirit of over 100 instruments; including membranous drums from West Africa and the Middle East, clay drums from Nigeria, South India, and South America, seed instruments from Colombia and Brazil, Malian calebasses, Vietnamese wooden frogs, Peruvian/Flamenco cajons, Tibetan bowls and crotales, Indian bells, and Mexican whistles, along with cymbals, gongs, guitar, charango, harp, piano, body percussion, voice, and much more. Combined, they create the beautiful, powerful, and effective music of inTime.
inTime provides progressive rhythm-based training across four frequency zones, stimulating different brain areas and their related functions during the course of your personalized listening schedule. The training emphasis is well balanced, making inTime adaptable for people of all ages, supporting social emotional function, auditory processing, communication, executive function, creative expression, motor coordination, stress response, self awareness, musicality, and more.