Speaker and Maximum Performance Strategist. CEO of Matt Mayberry Enterprises
Matt Mayberry is an internationally-acclaimed speaker and maximum performance strategist. He is the CEO of Matt Mayberry Enterprises, a company that specializes in helping individuals and organizations escape mediocrity and claim their greatness. He is also a former NFL linebacker for the Chicago Bears.
No matter how good or bad circumstances in the world may be, it won't matter if you have a self-limiting mindset.
Words influence others and build relationships at work and personally. Language holds massive, colossal power to manifest change, whether it's good or bad.
The positive thinking necessary to overcome adversity comes far more easily to people who are intentionally generous and kind.
How else will you 'win' (in football as in life) unless you do?
Have you tried 'blocking out' your day to cut out the noise, the texting, the TV?
Any hardships you face in life should be treated as opportunities to grow into a better person.
If we don't take the initiative to recondition our thought processes on a continual basis and work to develop our minds consistently, the harsh circumstances of life will do it for us.
To succeed in any area of life, you have to be like a bridge in California, with just enough give to withstand an earthquake.
There is no way to live life without failing from time to time. The only way you won't fail is if you live so guardedly that you are barely living at all, wherein, you fail by default.
Planning your life is all about finding out who you are as a person, what makes you tick, what your values are and what deeply satisfies your soul.
Before you get depressed about all this, remember that you can change your emotions and feelings.
The one thing we should always do, as long as we are breathing, is to look for ways to grow and maximize our potential.
Whether on the football field or in the corporate arena, the best possess similar characteristics that make them special and different.
How do the best salespeople carry on after being told 'no' so many times? First, they stop feeling sorry for themselves.
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