“A fascinating thing about mindsets is that the positive ones build on one another, and the negative ones do too. They spiral, or snowball, one onto the next.”— Alex Goldfayn
- Do the most important things first, even when they are hard or scary.
As Frank Herbert wrote in Dune, “Fear is the mind-killer.” Alex writes persuasively about why it is essential to overcome fear – and better yet, how to master your confidence over fear.
- Be persistent and patient.
Even when doing the right thing the right way, you may not get immediate perfect results. Be persistent. Be patient. The book contains many examples that demonstrate why this is key to success.
- Work with joy.
Alex details why no one enjoys buying from someone who is stressed. My own extension of that is that people would rather follow a leader who leads with confidence and joy.
Be bold! Do good in the world.
Yours in the calm pursuit of excellence,Alan Willett