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Silence can be sweet. But suffering in silence is fertile ground for chaotic collisions of the mind and heart that crush the ambitions of good people every day. If you’re in crisis, you have more control than you realize. Here are five reasons and tips for not suffering in silence and overcoming adversity with the help of others.
Part I: Creating a Mission Statement the Pointman Way Generally speaking I’m not one for allowing our emotions to drive decisions or relying on uninformed
You certainly have an excuse. In fact, you have as many as you want. We all do. Glenn Stearns is no different. He’s just choosy. And his success is a result of the choices he’s made to overcome adversity.
In this interview with Jocko Willink on his “Jocko Podcast,” Jocko and I examined numerous critical points pertaining to life, war, leadership and the Overcome mindset in the face of profound danger and adversity. One lesson we discussed pertained to the decisions we make at different stages in life about who we want to be and the people we choose to identify and associate with either in support of, despite or in direct conflict with our visions and goals for ourselves in the present and the future.
I can’t sleep. My heart is racing. I can’t sit in public without my back to a wall. Large crowds make me