In one of our recent team meetings, we discussed the problem with not thinking deeply about our greatest strengths.Wait a minute... aren't our strengths supposed to be good?Well, yes....But unfortunately, our greatest strengths can quickly turn into our greatest weaknesses. How does that happen?Here are some examples in Life and Work:Your significant other … [Read more...]
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Almost all of us have goals in life — some of us want to be better friends, learn a new skill, grow our businesses, have a family. Goals are as different as the people on the planet.Our team at Exercise.com even has goals. However, for us, the goals aren't the end game. We focus on building systems of success first. James Clear clarifies the difference between goals and … [Read more...]
This week we are continuing with our Editor-in-Chief's notes from Angela Duckworth's Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance (referral link)!Here's a quick summary of how to go about developing grit in your own life: "Grit is the tendency to sustain interest in and effort toward very long-term goals." Grit and How to Get ItIt requires deliberate practice – You … [Read more...]
One of our key values as a team at Exercise.com is “progress, not perfection.” But what does that even mean?Does it mean we have to accept low-quality work or failure? Does it mean excellence doesn't matter?Never! Our team strives for excellence, and we set actionable goals accordingly.This little mantra isn't just used for businesses. It's a key principle used for … [Read more...]
Our Editor-in-Chief shared his book notes from Angela Duckworth’s Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance in one of our recent team meetings.One of his takeaways was how to build a gritty culture! If you want to add some grit to your company, team, family, etc., here is how to make it happen! “Grit is about holding the same top-level goal for a very long time.” How to … [Read more...]