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Do you make the mistake of meeting a person and immediately make an assumption about them? Do you judge them based on one piece of information, even if you don’t know if what you heard or saw is indicative of the kind of person they are the majority of the time?

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There is no secret to becoming the best at what you do in any arena of life.

I’m going to tell you how you can get to the top. It doesn’t matter where you are or where you’ve been. But, success starts with what you do today.

To be in the top one percent of what you do it boils down to two simple things: talent and effort.

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I have some exciting news to share with you if were not watching or listening to The Wednesday Call or the Activity Call earlier this week. In a world that is becoming more and more mobile-based, The Alliance has launched a new mobile app that allows you to access all the great content we offer […]

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I had the chance to pop down to Miami, Fla. with my son, Spencer, three of my staff and two agents and invited our SEAL Team 20 members to a select dinner at Prime 112 in South Beach on Sunday night. We went to go look at some ridiculous cars on Monday morning at Prestige Imports and then hosted training and an opportunity meeting Monday night.

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In July of 2016, The Alliance released a video titled “What’s Your Story?” The purpose of this video was to remind people that everybody – yes, everybody — is either coming into a situation, coming out of a situation or they are right in the middle of a situation!!! That’s just how life works.

It is situation after situation!

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Association is one of the key ingredients to you being successful in 2015, and you took the first step by being “In The Hunt” at NatCon. When you hang around people that have the same dreams or goals as you do, you are only going to raise the bar higher as you continue to improve and learn from others.

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Novak Djokovic had seen this ending before. Djokovic, a 27-year-old Serb in the prime of his tennis career, had just blown a 5-2 lead and two match points in the fourth set to let Roger Federer, arguably the greatest tennis player of all time, force a decisive fifth set in the 2014 Wimbledon men’s tennis […]

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