Friday, October 31, 2014

View of the Week: On Thinking Young & Overcoming Failure

As we bid farewell to October throughout the #outsiders network, for this "View of the Week"  understanding a sense of winning and a recognition of the Art of the Possible through staying curious was quite on point (Courtesy of the Team @ Success Magazine & Give More):

9 Ways to Think Young
9 Ways to Think Young
Youth is wasted on the young, or at least that’s what they say, but it would be a travesty if it were true. Youth is not only a time of life; it’s also a state of mind. Harvey Mackay, best-selling author and business speaker, says he stopped counting after his 39th birthday. He still considers himself young—and he intends to stay that way.

You can have a youthful outlook and attitude at an old age, or an old-fogey attitude at a young age. The choice is yours.

Want to stay young at heart and mind? Here are Mackay’s ideas to help you:

1. Keep only cheerful, positive friends.
You can pick your friends, and I like to choose those who are positive and those who challenge me. They make me feel good. They don’t drag me down or make me angry at the world. Negative people see the difficulty in every opportunity, while positive people see the opportunity in every difficulty.

2. Keep learning.
I think Henry Ford put it best when he said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” I’ve always said that you should be in school all your life—never stop learning.

Don’t be an old grump. Check out 7 more ideas to help you stay youthful.





 A winner is somebody who goes out there every day and exhausts himself trying to get something accomplished. 

Joe Torre (1940- ) 
American baseball player and manager
Major League Baseball executive 


4 points to the most important skill of all (see below)
And: 8 minutes from Honda on the value of failure 


Love Your People® VideoThe Love Your
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Real people talking real about how to Love Your People (based on the bestselling booklet by Sam Parker).

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Outside the money hours or on a well-earned break...

Click here for Honda's 8 minutes on how failure is a part of success (on the track and in business).

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