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The ride will bring us to unexpected and wonderful places

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I’m glad most people don’t take the hard road

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Winning in the United States today

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We had a long talk about this

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What happened to the dreams we had in childhood?

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One of my many mentors said something very profound that I have never forgot

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It’s not good enough to be good enough

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Coach Gigs is your veritable locksmith to leadership

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Let’s ask ourselves today what we’re bringing to the huddle.

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Like the Beatles, you need to work very hard.

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What outcome are you thinking about in your life or career?

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Here’s a tip to mastering follow-up.

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When we’re vague about a goal, we’re vague about achieving it

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Whatever you get excited about will get excited about you.

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There is no tomorrow for champions

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List three things that regularly cause you stress

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Growth requires change by definition

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When was the last time you were in the field?

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If we made resolutions in July, this would be a whole lot easier.

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It’s so easy for us to take ownership when things go good.

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she climbed a freakin’ mountain

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I’m not opposed to thinking outside the box.

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We are the change we’re waiting for.

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

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Now, I’ve always been straight with you guys.

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I was so convinced on optimism that…

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I’ve flown planes before and it makes perfect sense.

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