Understanding The Game We're Playing
If you wanna have a happy, successful, fulfilling, confident life, you HAVE TO commit yourself to take care of the people around you.
Life, career fulfillment, relationships are journeys.
Life, career fulfillment, and relationships are journeys.
It's about service to others, cause that's what it means to be human. Everything about our make up, our biology and our anthropology is designed to get us to look after each other.
Layoff to balance the books was not existent before the 1980's
Corporate cultures that value numbers over people. And they are not standard business practices. They are new. They are broken. And they're dangerous. And we're asking a young, wonderful, ambitious, amazing generation, that needs us, to work in these enviroments.
And take care of the millennial friends that you have around you, because they're not mad at you and they're not bad people. They were dealt the same bad had you were dealt. Don't demand that they take care of you, take care of them. And that's part of the problem, there's an entire section in the book shop called "Self Help", and there's no section in the book shop called "Help Others."
We just love to be better than each other... but that is a depressing way to live a life.
You are your competition.
Finite players play to beat the people around them. Infinite players play to be better than themselves.
Finite players play to beat the people around them; infinite players play to be better than themselves, to wake up every single day and say, "How can we make our company a better version of itself today than it was yesterday?"
Both of those things require hard work, you are in love because you work very hard every single day of your life to stay in love, you find a job that brings you ultimate joy because you work hard every single day to serve those around you, and you maintain that joy.
Finite players exist to beat the people around them. Infinite players play to be better than themselves.”
Joy comes not from comparison, but from advancement.
The joy comes, not from comparison; but from advancement.
It's about service to others, cause that is what it means to be humans.
Ghosting means the lack of skill to have a confrontation.
We have a leadership crisis in America. Politics is just the mirror reflection. We get the politicians we deserve.
Nobody wants to wake up in the morning and be managed, we want to wake up and be led.
Stand up and demand that the places in which you work lead you properly