Resilience

DAD: Talking about doing something and actually doing it are two very different things

DAD: Spending 10,000 hours focusing on getting better and better.

DAD: Kaizen means “perpetual incremental improvement,”. Doing small things a little bit better each day.

DAD: Regret comes in two forms: regretting doing something you wish you hadn’t done, and regretting not doing something you wish you would have done.

DAD: Yes. Accept the possibility that you will be wrong. Don’t be arrogant. Be curious.

DAD: If you commit to too much, you don’t give quality to all of the things you’re committed to.

DAD: Your track record for getting through hard days is 100% so far.

DAD: Most successful people develop good habits over time and perfect their habits. These habits have made them successful.

DAD: Mistakes are normal. Focus on what you need to do to get better and move on.

DAD: Very good. Remember, it is just as important to learn what NOT to do from others as much as what to do.