Cube60 – Overcoming Adversity

We live in turbulent times.

Employees are being laid off.
Unions are on strike.
Big companies threaten on your little business you have run.
Your investments look like their value dropped 10+% this week.

Basically, if you are not an all-powerful god, then this cube is for you & focused on what to do in the face of adversity. Featuring TWiT 308 (around 1 hour & 42 minute mark)  & Ray Lewis on ESPN’s NFL Live.

 

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Starting Questions:

  1. How are you expanding your capabilities and fanbase?
  2. What was the word of encouragement that struck you the most?
  3. When was the last time you helped someone; no matter if you received payment or not, when did you make someone else’s life better?
About Jon

Jonathan has a few foci in life: his family, helping people build organizations as a Coach, Adviser, Mentor, or Partner, and learning about success. Actively seeks opportunities to travel, sail, shoot pictures, play music & games, and create art.

Comments

  1. I love it, never stop changing someone else’s life. That’s what I think about a lot – because I’m in the service industry – entertainment still serves a need, fitness serves a need, teaching to me is serving and I’m out to help and change 🙂

    I won’t give up, it’s not in me, even if I might complain about where I live a lot. I complain because I can’t leave, but it doesn’t mean I’m not going to do the best I can to make the best of whatever area or situation I find myself. We can’t always control our outside conditions (in my case, living in a tourist town as opposed to a metropolitan area where the population stays more or less constant, as opposed to doubling half the year) but we can choose to do the best we can with what we are given. A lot of times, it turns into blessings that end up preparing us for things later that we otherwise wouldn’t have been able to do.

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