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The New Year is coming; have you started planning yet?  I’ve written before about the importance of making a plan for your success. Planning ahead is essential when it comes to building your legacy. It allows you to control what you can, it prepares you to deal with unexpected issues that may pop up, and it…

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Everything you need to build your Legacy is already inside you. There is a time and place to learn and educate yourself. Just like there is a time to execute. To go out and fail. To try and test and get knocked down, then dust yourself off and get back up to try again. But too…

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nate bailey, commitment, excuses, success, life advice, business advice, live your legacy, legacy lifestyle, living your legacy, big 4,

Building a Legacy Lifestyle requires complete and ruthless commitment, in every area of your life.  Today I want to talk about recognizing whether you are committed or just looking for excuses. Oftentimes we talk about the things that we want but in reality, we are not willing to do the work that we know is…

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nate bailey, live your legacy, legacy lifestyle, perception, perception matters, what you see is what you get

You can’t expect others to take you seriously in one area of life if you’re acting and carrying yourself a different way in another area of life.  Today I want to talk about people’s perception and the importance of carrying ourselves in a way that we want to be perceived by the people around us.…

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When all is on the line and the pressure is on- how do you show up and perform? To have true composure means that you’d be the same person when things are going great and when everything is burning down around you. In your deepest, darkest moments do you stay composed, or do you blow…

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nate bailey, be a person of your word, person of your word, man of your word, live a legacy lifestyle, legacy life, live your legacy,

Who would you have to become to be a person of your word? If you simply became a person of your word your life would radically transform! I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. Who would I have to become to be a man of my word every single day? What would my life…

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decisions, nate bailey, legacy lifestyle, live your legacy, big 4, advice, success

We can make a decision every single day, every single minute, every single second to change that sum. I recently wrote about making our minds serve us versus allowing it to be the master of us. A big part of that conversation involved making a decision. That’s the topic for this conversation: We are truly…

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nate bailey, veteran's day, loneliness kills, suicide, military, live your legacy, legacy lifestyle, big 4, holy cause, depression

Having thoughts of being lonely or depressed is not weakness. Not getting help when you do, is. Because loneliness kills. Yesterday was Veterans Day, and as a vet, it is a day I appreciate. But this year, as I was thinking on this day, an issue came to mind that I think has a ton of…

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stay in the moment, nate bailey, keep going, don't quit, master your mind, live your legacy, legacy lifestyle

What can you learn from events like the SealFit Kokoro and Ironman? One of the things that I get asked a lot when I’m talking about the Ultra Marathons and IronMan and SEALFit competitions I’ve participated in is, “What are the top lessons you’ve learned from doing these events?” And since I just competed in,…

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A championship leader meets certain standards of excellence that everyone can raise themselves towards. A championship leader also leads in a positive way; they don’t do it just for the money. Learn to separate your professional life from your personal life; that is a skill that many people should learn. Being a good servant, protecting…

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control, nate bailey, legacy lifestyle, live your legacy, big 4

Stop wasting your time and energy on things you can’t control. Today I want to talk about concentrating on the things that you can control, and how to let go of what you can’t. Keep in mind that I’m not just talking about external events. Obviously, you control your schedule, what you eat, when or…

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nate bailey, master your mind, live your legacy, legacy lifestyle,

If you want to master your life, you must first master your mind. I was studying out of the The Black Book, by Garrett J White today, around the topic of letting your mind serve you versus letting it master you. Garrett talks about one of the ways that we can make our mind serve…

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nate bailey, treat others the way you want to be treated, legacy lifestyle, big 4, holy cause, expectations

Treat others the way you want to be treated because it’s the right thing to do, not because you’re expecting anything in return. You know “the golden rule,” right? Treat others the way you want to be treated. And I believe that is probably one of the most important “rules” for life. But lately, I’ve…

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A leader makes sacrifices to better the team; leaders share and leaders follow Many people don’t think paid coaches are necessary after high school and college, but coaches and teachers are the backbone of society. Without teaching, coaching, and mentor-ship there is no transfer of new leaders All of the great leaders have a sense…

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nate baile, stress, stressing about the future, contingency plans, legacy lifestyle, live your legacy

Stressing about the future doesn’t serve you when your goal is to live your legacy. I’ve talked in the past about how we can sometimes get caught up in the stories we tell ourselves about the future, and how so often we allow that to control our actions or allow it to get us worked up…

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nate bailey, legacy lifestyle, relationships, assume the worst, believe the best, big 4

No one likes a negative attitude, and that’s exactly what you’re putting into your life if all you do is assume the worst.   I was recently at a marriage retreat, and one of the topics of conversation was around the gap that exists between the expectations we have of people, and the reality of that…

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