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In logical progression there are five steps from belief to results.

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Growing up in a tough neighborhood for much of his life, Simon knew what it meant to have good role models like his mother, Chrissy, who serves as the operations manager for his agency.

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Being in the zone or sweet spot is the key to real power.

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Are you having a tough time achieving something? That’s great!

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Three weeks after making a night landing off Cuba in an open boat, he emerged on the other end of the island, mission accomplished.

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What dreams are burning inside of you?

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Coach Gigs is… eating worms?

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It’s reality TV in today’s Daily Locker Room.

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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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What happened to the dreams we had in childhood?

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It’s not good enough to be good enough

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

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

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There is no tomorrow for champions

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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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Something almost supernatural happens when you write down your vision.

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To go fast, go alone. To go far, go together.

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When you hear the word discipline, it almost sounds negative.

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I’m not sure I can spoil a movie that’s more than 20 years old

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How did I make it 35 years later? Very simple…

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There are actors that agree to make movies for far less money

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If we knew that today was the day something great was going to happen, we’d probably attack it with more enthusiasm than normal, right?

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