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The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
The Story of Success: The Talent Myth
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The Story of Success: The Talent Myth

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Presented at a SYPE luncheon Feb 19, 2014. We've all been told a lie, success isn't a destination or a certain point in time. It's a feeling, an attitude, a belief in a better future. When you're a …

Presented at a SYPE luncheon Feb 19, 2014. We've all been told a lie, success isn't a destination or a certain point in time. It's a feeling, an attitude, a belief in a better future. When you're a part of something bigger than yourself, when you're putting a dint in the universe every day is dream, every day you're living success.

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  • 1. the story of success
  • 2. what success isn’t…
  • 3. what is success?
  • 4. the happiest man in the world
  • 5. the difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will. -vince lombardi
  • 6. the secret of life is to fall seven times and to get up eight times. -paulo coelho, the alchemist
  • 7. but jeph, i’m not talented at anything I can’t be successful!
  • 8. the talent myth
  • 9. Mark Cuban
  • 10. Tiger Woods
  • 11. Michael Phelps
  • 12. there are no prodigies just people who work harder than others
  • 13. every successful person was the underdog at one point
  • 14. david wasn’t the underdog, the fight was more like this….
  • 15. vs
  • 16. being the underdog " is a good thing
  • 17. start punching up a weight class
  • 18. do you think successful people have more hours in a day than you and I?
  • 19. it’s their habits.
  • 20. champions don’t do extraordinary things, they do ordinary things, but they do them without thinking, too fast for the other team to react. they follow the habits they’ve learned. -tony dungy
  • 21. what the hell is water?!?
  • 22. at a certain point in our lives, we lose control of what’s happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate. that’s the greatest lie. world’s -paulo coelho, the alchemist
  • 23. do something impossible
  • 24. timing isn’t an excuse
  • 25. these companies were all started in economic downturns: Disney CNN MTV Hyatt Burger King FedEx Microsoft Apple Texas Instrument 20th Century Fox Gillette AT&T IBM Merck Hershey’s Eli Lilly Coors Bristol-Myers
  • 26. failure is the road to success
  • 27. Babe Ruth led the American League in home runs for 12 seasons…
  • 28. …he also led the league in strikeouts for 5 of those seasons
  • 29. the strikeout kings of baseball…
  • 30. 1.  Reggie Jackson 2597 strikeouts
  • 31. 2.  Sammy Sosa 2306 strikeouts
  • 32. 5.  José Canseco 1942 strikeouts
  • 33. so what is success?
  • 34. money?
  • 35. success is putting a dent in the universe
  • 36. success is being a part of something larger than yourself
  • 37. what’s your thing?
  • 38. go do something impossible
  • 39. @jephmaystruck" strategylab.ca"
  • 40. Sources:" The One Thing by Gary Keller! Passion Capital by Paul ALofs! The Power of Habit by by Charles Duhigg! Out Think by G. Shawn Hunter! Bounce by Mathew Syed! www.thefanmanifesto.com  ! http://thegrumpyowl.com/! http://i.cdn.turner.com/! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon.com! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zappos! http://www.businessinsider.com/reddit-ceo-admits-were-still-in-thered-2013-7! http://blogs.wsj.com/wealth/2010/09/07/the-perfect-salary-forhappiness-75000-a-year/! The Pursuit of Happiness!

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