How to Become a Champion in Business and Life

Learn the skills and attributes needed to make you a champion.

By Spartan Up! Podcast Originally published Nov 16, 2016

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On this episode of SpartanUp! podcast, Entrepreneur Network partner Joe de Sena meets with Cornell University wrestling coach Rob Koll to discuss what skills and attributes that make people successful.

Working harder than the competition and having a solid plan and system in place will help push you toward success. Surrounding yourself with people who love what they're doing and who are goal-oriented is key to excel in school, in business and in life. Setting and writing down goals, being fearless and finding motivation from within are also keys to becoming a champion.

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