Episode 25: Having Integrity in Business, Humility, Self-Discipline and Avoiding Coronavirus

Have you ever had some one bust you out on the Internet before? Ever been on social media and someone responded back very sharply to a comment that you gave them? How did that make you feel? Did you get angry? Did you walk away? Do you throw your laptop out the window?



Or did you by any chance actually listen to their advice? Because I have to tell you, it's not very easy to do. How do I know? Because it happened to me this morning! There was a young guy that asked for advice and certainly did not like the advice that I gave him. When I gave him my words of wisdom, he decided to fire back and question how I could even have the audacity to give him advice in business.


His fiery comment was the catalyst for this episode. I did get angry as his comment and I did one to reach the computer and wring his neck, but after I cooled down I was able to have some clarity and he actually had a pretty good point. How in the world could talk about something that I know nothing about? How could anybody talk about anything that they don't have any experience or knowledge of?



This episode is all about integrity. It's also about humility and perspectives. We're gonna talk about the lack of discipline in this country and how complaining is literally the worst thing that you can do to yourself. Fortunately for all of this, I think I have a few key points that will help you live a better life, have stronger relationships and maybe even perform a little bit better at work. I certainly hope that you enjoy the episode!

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