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World Class Podcast, Working Out of Control ~ Exception or Habit

Categories Think World Class, World Class Thinking, by Brent Baldwin

THINK WORLD CLASS RADIO, Today’s podcast,  Working Out of Control ~ Exception or Habit (64-406) is 3 minutes and 46 seconds long. Out of Control work product is typically incomplete, sloppy and compromised. ~  Think World Class. Enjoy, ThinkWorldClass.com      

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World Class Blog, Slack Capacity

Categories Slack Capacity, Think World Class, World Class Thinking, by Brent Baldwin

Busy, busy, busy, we all feel like we are oh so busy these days. Places to go, people to see, work to be done! And for the most part, it’s a fact ~ we are busy; maybe busier than we have ever been. Running here there and everywhere, at times feeling like we need to […]

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World Class Blog, How Big is Big

Categories How Big is Big, Think World Class, World Class Thinking, by Brent Baldwin

Rather a subjective question, after all, each of us has our internal image of what big is, or what big could be. Regardless of how big your big is, reaching for it is essential to your mental, physical, emotional and intellectual growth. We owe it to your personal evolution. To grow, we need to start […]

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WORLD CLASS BLOG, 10 Steps to Being Irreplaceable

When it comes to positioning yourself as one who is irreplaceable in any situation one of the main traits is that you must be consistent in your reactions and congruent with your core values. Oh yeah ~ and don’t be a jerk. World Class performers know that being irreplaceable means; You keep your word and […]

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World Class Blog, JUMP!

Categories Jump, Think World Class, World Class Thinking, by Brent Baldwin

Sometimes you got to be ready to jump off the high board into the deep water. Sure it looks scary, but once you hit the water you’re going to be so happy you did it; what a rush. Overcoming uncertainty, pushing past the doubt and experiencing the feeling of accomplishment will never happen if you […]

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The Book: World Class Thinking, World Class Thinking Meets Middle-Class Common Sense

Categories Think World Class, World Class Thinking, by Brent Baldwin

Chapter 39:  Differentiating Hope & Optimism Are hope and optimism synonyms or is there a meaningful difference between the two? Optimism is an unfounded expectation without a plan, or essential future commitment to its attainment. It is blind faith. Optimism lacks critical thinking because it’s pure emotion; as such it is not as sustainable as […]

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World Class Podcast, Reacting

Categories Think World Class, World Class Thinking, by Brent Baldwin

THINK WORLD CLASS RADIO, Today’s podcast,  REACTING (63-404) is 3 minutes and 52 seconds long. REACTING is typically a defensive move. React with thoughtfulness ~  Think World Class. Enjoy, ThinkWorldClass.com

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World Class Thought

Categories Uncategorized, by Brent Baldwin

Make your anger a constructive partner, don’t run from it, choose to understand the object of your dismay and most importantly why? There are far more lessons in understanding your anger than allowing your anger to run roughshod over the heat of the moment. The real question to ask yourself is “what’s my next move now […]

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World Class Blog, What’s Your Anger Telling You?

Anger is not to be ignored. But there are a few simple constructive rules to managing your anger. Listen to it, don’t be blinded by it. Learn from it, don’t suppress it. Deal with it, don’t harbor it. Make your anger a constructive partner, don’t run from it, choose to understand the object of your […]

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World Class Blog, 8 Reasons to be Daring

Being daring comes naturally to some but for most of us, it’s a learned skill. Intentionally pursued, it has a risk and an element of personal challenge. So why go down that road? Here’re a few reasons, Stepping out of our comfort zone and living with the rush that daring offers excites us and gets the […]