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Let’s Get Snowed-In

Posted by Aaron Walker and the VFTT Team on Dec 3, 2019 8:24:21 AM

 

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Topics: Life Coaching, Motivation, Accountability, Coaching, character, Marriage, Business Coaching, Family, Balance, Career, Fun, community, relationships, success, significance, Priorities, Tips, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, blueprint, preparation, integrity, discpline, clarity, reputation, development, selfdevelopment

Do You Know What a Mentor Looks Like?

Posted by Seth Buechley on Nov 25, 2019 8:31:43 AM

November is the obvious month for discussions about the blessing we enjoy.   During these important conversations, I want to draw our attention towards a critical relationship that promises the human connection and impact we all seek.

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Topics: Life Coaching, Motivation, Accountability, Coaching, character, Business Coaching, Masterminds, Balance, Career, relationships, success, significance, Priorities, Tips, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, blueprint, preparation, integrity, discpline, clarity, development, selfdevelopment

I Have a Medal for Humility, I Wear it Everywhere I Go.

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jun 26, 2017 8:41:42 AM

Nearly every entrepreneur in my circles, and probably every successful person that you know, has a story about their personal battle with ego and pride. That’s why my mastermind groups are reading the book Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday.

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Topics: Coaching, character

Is There Such A Thing As Healthy Pride?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jun 25, 2017 5:03:00 AM

There is a fine line between healthy pride and arrogance. As humans, it’s difficult to reach high levels of success and not let that voice in that says “I did this. I was successful at this because I’m better than this person or that person.” When you hear that voice in your head, you have to tell it to leave. That is unhealthy pride talking and it can’t have a place in your life. That type of pride is a parasite that eats away at your character. Those arrogant, haughty, boastful emotions are the things that destroy people who had potential to do great things.

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Topics: Life Coaching, Motivation, character

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