Posted by William P. Eason on December 12, 2015 - 6:03pm

1- work smart 
2- complain less 
3- listen more 
4- share the credit 
5- show up on time 
6- be responsible 
7- stay teachable


Todd Treharne - Unlimited Possibility's photo.


Entitlement mentality is something a lot of people suffer from. They expect one day success is just going to magically appear for them and they can just do the bare minimum andeventually get lucky. Success never shows up on a silver platter. You have to go out and fail your tail (or tale as the case may be) off until you are ready to receive and appreciate all the success you are dreaming of... The day you decide that no one is going to save you but yourself is the day you will be freed and start working towards your success. It starts with small steps in the right direction followed by consistency...

Screw mediocrity, be extraordinary!


The difference between excellence and mediocrity iscommitment.


It's not about having the skill to do something. It's about having the will, desire & commitment to be your best. -Robert Hernandez

I don't fear commitment, I fear wasting my time.
When you make a commitment, you build hope. When you keep it, you build trust.


Todd Treharne - Unlimited Possibility's photo.

I have been slow to realize that not everyone wants to attain their full potential. Because I teach methods for peak performance, and encourage people to aim for excellence,those who are attracted to that, attend my seminars. What I've recently come to accept is that many people may actually prefer mediocrity. I am still not sure if that is genetic or conditioned. What do you think?