Is there anything that you do as part of your morning routine that you think helps you to live with this level of energy?
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A lot of it is getting up early. Every day, I'm up at 4:30 or 5 o'clock. I'll get up and read something inspirational for half an hour. Then, I'll do a quick core workout down in my basement to get the blood flowing. And then it's on!
My kids are getting up. I'm making lunches. I’m getting everyone ready for school and getting them out the door. So, I think the keys are to get the mind prepared, to get the body moving a bit, and then you're ready to tackle the day.
What do you do?
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What do you think are the keys to having success in so many different realms of life?
I think a lot of it comes down to balance, constant learning, and time management. Some of the keys for me is I don't waste time doing things that aren't really propelling me forward in the right direction. Many times, many people get stuck in the entertainment world. "Let's watch a sports game," or "Let's just watch TV," or "Let's listen to the radio in the car." One of the things that I'm always doing is always looking to learn. I’m trying to learn from the best that are out there, from athletes, to business leaders, or people doing cool stuff. Another thing is knowing how to come back from minor setbacks. Those are some of things that I'm always focused on, every day, we have setbacks, and how you overcome those setbacks are the keys. But, I think it comes down to balance, constant learning, and time management.
Managing Director at ZRG Partners, Global Executive Search Firm and Founder of Executive Athletes, the #1 based online community for executives who are athletes!