Millionaire Mindset

Jackie Robinson’s Lesson for Entrepreneurs

Of all athletes who played in any of the ‘four majors’ in North America (NHL, MLB, NBA, NFL), there may not be a more impressive character than Jackie Robinson – star of the Brooklyn Dodgers and first African-American to play in the majors. He had …

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4 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Must Watch The Revenant

I had been looking forward to watching The Revenant, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy, since the summer. I first learned of the movie at the Calgary Stampede last July, when it was announced that a prominent chuck wagon rider was involved with training the …

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The Four Pillars of an Amazing Life

With Christmas 2015 now fading into the memory bank, today, as typically done around this time of year, I thought about the big things I want to accomplish in 2016 (Click here to read my New Year resolutions idea generator from last year). As in …

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Stop Surviving and Start Thriving

Almost everyone wants to be an entrepreneur, yet very few people are. Why? One word: fear. If left unchecked, fear kills motivation and dreams by pushing us back on our heels. It puts us into survival mode, often making us doubt our abilities while destroying …

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You’re Not Twenty-Two Anymore

About a month ago I had my 32nd birthday – marking almost a decade of being an entrepreneur (I started my first business at 22). Things have certainly changed in my entrepreneurial and personal life since my twenties. I’m smarter now, but also more risk …

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From Night Owl to Early Riser

I am the furthest thing from a morning person. Not exactly sure why, but I’ve always been a night owl. I heard an old wives’ tale that if you were born in the middle of the night, you’ll be a night owl, and vice versa. …

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Your Fortunes Fluctuate But Your Character Must be Consistent

Anyone can be friendly and jovial when everything is going well. But to truly live a life worthy of remembering, maintaining that level of generosity and happiness even in the tough times is required. So how do you do that? I certainly am not the …

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5 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Must Work on the Weekend

When most people think about the weekend, they visualize nightclubs, barbecues, fishing or ballgames. However, when you’re an entrepreneur, weekends look a lot different… Every Saturday morning, before my son wakes up, I go downstairs into my home office, turn on the flat screen mounted …

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Happiness Comes from Learning to Appreciate The Value of Pain

Life kicked your ass. You just lost a fortune in the stock market, your sweetheart left, and you were recently diagnosed with prostate cancer… Depressing, right? This happened to a friend/mentor of mine years ago. What was once the centre of his universe – his …

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