Amateur: a person who does not love the game enough.
Analysis Paralysis: a disease caused by overanalyzing and
overthinking everything to death. (See Perfection Trap)
Associations: the people you allow into your life. (See Disassociations and Expanded Associations)
Bonus Minutes: extra time to invest in priority tasks. (See Zero
Cheap: a person who wants value at the expense of someone else.
Communication: talking and listening.
Cooperative Money: achieved by networking instead of competing.
Courage: taking the necessary risks to urn your vision into reality.
Disassociations: separating yourself from people who are destructive to your well-being. (See Associations and Expanded Associations)
Discipline: the bridge between goals and accomplishment.
Dominator: a person who makes a lasting impression from the moment
he or she steps into the room.
Entrepreneurship: the pursuit of opportunity without regard to
resources currently controlled.
Excellence: achieving high standards consistently.
Expanded Associations: investing more time with the right people. (See Associations and Disassociations)
Financial Responsibility: how much you earn, what you spend
your money on, and how much you keep.
Generalist: someone who knows a little about a lot.
Gift: a special God-given talent; something you are the best at.
Low-Risk Idea: something you know you can do or make real.
Mission: a spiritual bond dedicated to a higher calling.
Mojo: the confidence, energy, and expertise to lead people.
Passion: a combination of love and anger.
Perfection Trap: obsessed to the point of stagnation (See Analysis
Presence: how you are being seen.
Professional: a person who loves the game so much they dedicate
their life to it.
Quitter: someone who quits simply because things got tough.
Red Zone: time spent putting out fires and doing damage control.
Resistance: the force inside each of us that holds us back.
Specialist: someone who knows a lot about a little.
Spiritual Money: earned by building a business on a strong mission.
Strategy: the plan on how to get a tactic done.
Tactic: what you do. (See Strategy)
Task Triage: a system for dividing your time into three different
categories based on urgency.
Team Smarts: finding the best combination of people required by the
task at hand.
Time Audit: an exercise to see where your minutes are going.
Word-of-Mouth: clients tell their friends about you.
Work Overload: excessive tasks stifling efficiency.
Zero Minute Tasks: activities that can absolutely, 100% be done by