- Don’t just accept what they offer you. Take what’s yours.
- Ask for more. Usually, you’ll get it.
- Get yourself seen as often as possible so as many people as possible know how good you are.
- Never blame anyone for anything that happens to you, even when they’ve clearly messed up.
- Be aggressive and assertive.
- Stop seeking opportunities and BECOME opportunity.
- Get more sleep. You will be blown away by how much better your perform, mentally and physically.
- Take chances. What do you have to lose?
- Stop following the crowd. The crowd is where the average people hang out. And, the crowd is usually wrong.
- When everyone is wondering what to do, take the lead and let them follow you.
- Stop watching other people and become the person everyone watches.
- Get more done in less time.
- Destroy your untested beliefs about what you cannot do.
- Stay in direct touch — via in-person and phone calls — with friends and family.
- Address things as soon as you notice them. Don’t let things fewer and grow.
- Develop a sense of urgency.
- Emphasize completion of tasks, not just listing or starting them.
- Be who you know you can be.
- Eat your vegetables. Really — eat your vegetables.
- Always do the right thing.
- Throw out the garbage: People, actions, situations…
- Stop asking permission all the time. Just do it.
- You’ve been settling for less. Stop doing that.
- Be a force to be reckoned with.
- _____________________ (your own self-commandment)
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- Work On Your Game.
[Every Commandment has been addressed in detail on the Work On Your Game Podcast].
Happy New Year.
Dre Baldwin is an author of 25 books and 9-year professional basketball player who is a certified pioneer in both personal branding and content publishing — with over 13,542 pieces of published content to date. Dre’s latest book is Work On Your Game: Using The Pro Athlete Mindset To Dominate Your Game In Business, Sports and Life. Dre teaches how the Discipline, Confidence and Mental Toughness that made him a professional athlete applies both to the business world and everyday life.