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Number one, always be curious. If you’re curious, you’ll move things forward and you’ll solve problems. Once you become complacent, things begin to stagnate. When you stay curious, you introduce a continuous element of progress to the arena.
Number two, don’t take no for an answer. If you really believe in something, find a way to make it work. See “no” as a challenge that needs to be solved, not a door that’s closed in your face.
Number three is one I borrowed from Neale Donald Walsch: “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” If you’re not feeling a little bit uncomfortable, you’re not pushing yourself hard enough and not extracting your full potential. “Eran Mizrahi