It Is What We Do

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Super Bowl LI - New England Patriots v Atlanta Falcons

Tom Brady just won another Super Bowl.

His fifth.

Breaking records and smashing glass ceilings all the way to the victory stand where he hoisted the Lombardi Trophy over his head after his team’s win in overtime in Super Bowl LI and gratefully acknowledged all of those with whom he earned and shared the coveted trophy.

That victory placed 39-year-old Brady – the second-oldest quarterback in history to win a Super Bowl – in a category-of-one and secured his place as one of the greatest quarterbacks, if not the greatest, to ever play the game. Period.

But just like the late-night-tv infomercial teases, wait, there’s more …

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Six for Success

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Six for Success are be and do principles for creating and enjoying success.

Six for Success:

  • Be Real
  • Speak in Truths
  • Under-Promise and Over-Deliver
  • Provide Genuine Value
  • Be Purposeful
  • Respect that which Should Be Respected

Six for Success are six, uncomplicated be and do principles for creating and enjoying success. Principles that are universal. They apply across the board – in the marketplace, in the home, and in the trenches. To interpersonal relationships and to big business. And they are timeless. They do not change with the latest trend or break under pressure – peer, public, or otherwise. They follow the Golden Rule. They really are Six for Success.

Six for Success are principles incontrovertibly proven by time and verified anew daily through implementation. They can and do create success … but only as they are applied with whatever measures of effort, consistency, and time are required under the circumstances in order to truly create and experience the intended results.

Six for Success work quietly and serially. Ever building on and supporting one another. Time is their ally. Repetition their superpower. Their promise for success is not a function of applying them, or any of one of them, once, but is rooted in a long-term approach where positive outcomes are realized – and sustained – through continuous, daily efforts – which provide both immediate and ongoing results.

Six for Success work. They represent a way of approaching life. A way of living. A way of doing business. A way of being.

Which principle could make the biggest impact in your life right now? In the new year? Over time?

Choose one and take the first, next step to creating the success you crave.

Believe Bravely; Dare Greatly,

Jay

The Latest Hack: If It Sounds Too Good to Be True, It Probably Is

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The headlines are inescapable. The promises are alluring. And the plausibility of the warranted results is chronically questionable.

Today’s news feeds are bursting at their digital margins with posts whose headlines bear promises of faster, easier, better, cheaper hacks. And the content-creation gurus continue fueling the trend with an equal amount of copy promising increased readership for writers through regular use of hack-centered headlines and articles boasting reality-defying results.

“How to Write Your First Best-Selling Novel in Less than Three Minutes a Day.” “Five Ways to Lose Fifty Pounds in a Week by Eating More and Doing Less.” “Triple Your Social Media Following Daily by Doing these Ten Things in Less than Five Minutes a Day.”

And the headlines go on and on.

Click here to read about six “hacks” that really work …