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Not Caring What Other People Think Is A Superpower: Insights From a Heavyweight Boxer Paperback – February 17, 2017
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Ed Latimore is a professional heavyweight boxer, adult physics student and veteran of the United States Army National Guard. Million's of people have learned from Ed's insights and experiences through his writing. He teaches the lessons he's learned via his unique path through life at www.edlatimore.com.
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Coming from someone who walks the walk, talks the talk, and continues to aspire for more--I learned a lot. I would like to think I am of the same caliber as Ed, despite not having the same experience and fighting pedigree. I practiced many types of martial arts from age 7-19 and was always in the top 10%. But I did not compete consistently--which is one of my life's greatest regrets.
My key actionable takeaways from the book.
*Become better at Twitter. It is a powerful tool & I'm not using it enough (see first pages).
*Improve at networking. Write people you like/admire. Yes = Could go somewhere. No = so what.
*Improve self-discipline. No matter how good you are, it's a force multiplier.
There are more, but these are probably the top ones. At least for me... It's almost always the stuff you already know (but don't follow through on sufficiently) that you need to upgrade.