The Mojo Radio Show EP 269: How High Performers Prepare for the Challenge of Life - Alan Stein Jnr
When people ask Alan what he does, how does he like to reply? Who was Alan Stein Snr? What’s a lesson from Alan Stein Snr that Alan Jnr lives by as a man? Alan's standard operating procedure is to be early. Why and where does this come from? Alan is super competitive with his kids. He never wants to lose. We discuss why? Does Alan have a notable failure? Alan explains the philosophy of “Next Play." Can Next Play get you in trouble? When you move on quickly, and others want to wallow on an issue. "Between stimulus and response, there is a space" - Victor Frankl. How can we bridge the gap? Kobe Bryant was known as Black Mamba. Do other players use an alter ego like Kobe? Self-awareness is an important starting point in Alan's book. How do I know I have it? What changes did Alan make to improve his ability to listen? Alan went through a divorce and spent time with a therapist. What was the most critical mental tool he used? The ideologies Alan held that have changed since publishing his book? What habit has separated Alan from the other guys? Alan has a hard time staying present. How has he attacked that breach? What are the unseen hours?LINKS
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