Championship leadership are two different words, but they are very much the same.  Whether it’s championship skills in leaders or the leadership mindset in champions, it is the same. Your determination is all you need starting out. Many times championship leaders are not satisfied with corporate America. Consistency, clearly defined goals, and staying consistent with…

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nate bailey, focus, fous on today to prepare for tomorrow, integrity, plan, be prepared

Focus on what you can control TODAY so you are prepared for what you can’t control TOMORROW. We control our reactions to our thoughts, and to the behavior of others. We control our daily actions – working out, reaching out, making the call, the food we eat, etc. We control what we do every single day,…

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A championship leader is someone with a high level of integrity, and someone who is always available to help. When you begin to pursue your passions, there will be people who say it’s not worth it or that it’s a bad idea. So what? Coaches, therapists, and other important leaders and mentors in your life…

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nate bailey, big 4, integrity, integrity bank, be your word,

Every. Single. Day. we are either making Deposits or Withdrawals inside of what I call our Integrity Bank. The Integrity Bank balance is determined by your daily actions or lack thereof. Those who are their word, and who do what they say they are going to do, have an Integrity Bank that is overflowing. Your…

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You would make bigger requests. Set bigger goals. And aim higher. If you realized how short this life truly is.  You would get up before the sun rises, and look at the stars at night. You would dance in the rain, and stop to smell the flowers. You would not spend valuable time in other…

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nate bailey, your past, can't hurt me, leadership, healing, family, parenting, growth, step into your power

It’s called your “past” for a reason. But that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen or it doesn’t matter. I’m reading David Goggins new book, “Can’t Hurt Me,” and inside the audiobook, he gives out challenges at the end of each chapter. The first challenge was to journal and reflect on the hard times you’ve had.…

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