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  • Writer's pictureDhiren P. Harchandani

1-2-3 Inner Game

Updated: Apr 24

Hello hello,


Here are some perspectives to consider:


1 question from me…..

In what areas would you benefit from setting clearer boundaries?


2 (1 observation and 1 quote from me.....)

I. I've observed that intelligence is fairly evenly distributed, but mindset is not.

II. "If you're living the last chapter of your book, how would you live?"

3 quotes from others....


"I tell my kids, what is the difference between a hero and a coward? What is the difference between being [cowardly] and being brave? No difference. Only what you do. They both feel the same. They both fear dying and getting hurt. The man who is [cowardly] refuses to face up to what he’s got to face. The hero is more disciplined and he fights those feelings off and he does what he has to do. But they both feel the same, the hero and the coward. People who watch you judge you on what you do, not how you feel."

-Cus D’amato, the legendary boxing trainer of Mike Tyson and other top fighters, on courage.


"Three simple ways to get more of what you want in life:

1) Be kind and pleasant to others.

2) Ask for what you want.

3) Follow up."



"The biggest risk to productivity is always the same: working on the wrong thing."

-Jim Clear 

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