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“You Don’t Have To Read This, I Promise.”
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Brian Kight

“You Don’t Have To Read This, I Promise.”

It’s important to remember you don’t have to do anything.

Choose Your Own Discomfort
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Choose Your Own Discomfort

By nature we don’t like difficulty and discomfort. We intuitively avoid it. So much of human...

Every Story Has a Rock Bottom.
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Every Story Has a Rock Bottom.

I was at an inflection point. One bad semester of college and a year of youthful impulsivity...

I was fine. Until I wasn’t.
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I was fine. Until I wasn’t.

Half-way through my first semester of college in Northeast Ohio, it was clear to me I was in the...

The easiest way to make important daily decisions.
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The Easiest Way To Make Important Daily Decisions

You’re already aware that the starting point for improving anything is by making better...

Little Known Ways to Make Big Changes
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Brian Kight

Little Known Ways to Make Big Changes

There’s a mountain of information, education, and advice on how to approach change. So much that...

Majority rules. Minority wins.
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Majority rules. Minority wins.

People gravitate towards comfort. It’s human nature. The majority of people, anywhere you...

Got Problems? You Have Options.
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Brian Kight

Endure, Avoid, Solve, or Correct

How do you “prepare now to face future problems decisively and confidently”? That’s the...

Speed is up to you.
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Brian Kight

Speed is up to you.

You can accelerate down your path or you can decelerate. You make choices that advance you or...

Don’t be a slave to temporary desires.
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Brian Kight

Don’t be a slave to temporary desires.

A theme throughout history, both recent and ancient, is ignoring the signs of change and waiting...