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Messages by Eric Giglione is now in stock. If it is possible to encapsulate the makings of your very best …

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Coach Gigs explores the concept with the help of Grant Cardone

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A shortcut is the longest distance between two points.

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If you deal with people in business and in everyday life, you’re going to find yourself in disagreements with people.

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I have a very special guest

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I’m going to give you some simple easy-to-follow tips

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The whole DLR crew gets together

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“We will find a way, or we will make one.”

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When we’re looking in my company to hire somebody, their resume tells us what they’ve done and what their skills are

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Nice clothes won’t cover up a bad attitude.

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muddled in mediocrity

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A long time ago when I heard this, it really resonated

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We often grumble privately about the lack of opportunity around us.

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Your income will be the average of the top five people in your cell phone.

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The battle for ever-elusive peace.

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So what if we come up short?

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I start with my gratitude list.

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If we don’t get moving, we’re simply going to get overrun

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We had to make a decision

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Here’s a sure-fired way to win and succeed in life.

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I’m asking all of you today to throw out the excuses.

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Look at a bacon and egg sandwich, my mentor told me.

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Excuses give us permission to settle for less than our best.

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“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”

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The people we admire, who appear to have it all together, have problems like everyone else.

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Damn it’s worth repeating again!

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Researchers have shown that our incomes are often an average of the five people we spend the most time with.

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I have to share a secret. I’m where I am right now mostly by accident.

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