Part 3

Lead Better

Become a person of influence through consistency and learning from failure with 6 lessons inspired by The Compound EffectThe 5 Second Rule, & Principles.

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  Lesson 18

Don’t Be a Quitter

Insight inspired by Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)

“If you give up before your goal has been reached, you are a ‘quitter.’ A quitter never wins and winner never quits. Lift this sentence out, write it on a piece of paper in letters an inch high, and place it where you will see it every night before you go to sleep, and every morning before you go to work.”

-Napoleon Hill

The message of this final micro-lesson is a simple one: DON’T BE A QUITTER. By making it to the final lesson of this course you should have all the proof you need that you’re not a quitter.

As we learned in the first part of this course, you can be who you have made up your mind to be and that’s not a quitter.

If you will revisit these micro-lessons on a regular basis, if you embrace failure as a learning experience, and you refuse to quit — I can virtually guarantee you that you will find success in whatever ways you’ve defined it.

In Part 1 you learned how to THINK BETTER… by solidifying your identity with healthy beliefs, clarifying what you want in life, and backing it up with a strong reason why it’s worth the effort.

In Part 2, you learned how to DO BETTER… by choosing good goals, setting daily intentions, fail-proofing your habits, and preventing self-sabotage.

And finally, in Part 3, you learned how to LEAD BETTER… by developing a bias for action, redefining failure, and embracing the pain of progress.

It now all comes down to your ability to stay committed and your refusal to be a quitter.

Goal of the Week

See failure as the opportunity to learn from your mistakes.

  Quote of the Week

“The more you do, the more you fail. The more you fail, the more you learn. The more you learn, the better you get.”


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