Thursday, 16 May
Today's Topic
On this day, the first woman reached Everest

Skill + Do

You don’t have to climb Everest to validate yourself. But you know how good you feel when you push yourself…so plan something extraordinary that will make you proud.

Whether your definition of adventure is watching the entire golf tournament on TV without moving or trekking the Pacific Crest Trail all by your lonesome…there’s something dangling out there on your list that you need to do.

Do it.

The only thing holding you back is planning and prep. You’ve already done so much in your life to prove you can do anything you set your mind to, so… do it.

Enough talk. Besides, you aren’t fond of "talkers," you gravitate towards the "doers."

Why is this so important?

Because, one day, the opportunities will be gone, and that might rub ya the wrong way. And, because DO-ing is contagious. The brave and aggressive things you pursue outside of the office inspire the stuff you do in your sales life. And vice versa.

Certainly, you don’t have to climb Everest to validate yourself – but you do know how good you feel when you push yourself.

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“You don’t have to be a fantastic hero to do certain things — to compete. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated to reach challenging goals.” Edmund Hillary

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