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Domination: How to be a more powerful man | Manlihood ManCast with Josh Hatcher Set your mind on winning Mindset is everything. The most powerful force in your life. Set it on winning, and you’ll be a –
Set your mind on winning
Mindset is everything. The most powerful force in your life. Set it on winning, and you’ll be a more powerful man.
Work hard. Every Day.
Nothing good comes free. You’ve got to earn it. If you want to be a more powerful man, you’ll have to earn that. So work hard. Grind at everything you do.
Surround yourself with winners.
They say you are the sum total of the 5 people you spend the most time with. Are you hanging otu with losers? Or are you surrounding yourself with powerful men that will teach you how to dominate?
View Failure as your teacher.
Everybody fails. Stop looking at it as the destination. It’s not wrong to fail. It’s wrong to not learn from your failure.
Become a student of leadership.
If you want to become a powerful man, you have to study leadership principles. It will do you no good to have power and have no clue how to use it.
This may seem counterintuitive, but the truth is – if we want to be great — if we want to be a more powerful man and to dominate – our perspective can easily become warped. It’s about serving people. It’s about helping people. That is how you will gain influence, wealth, or whatever it is you seek. The true rewards though are not in position or power, but in relationships.
If you want to be a more powerful man, you have to train. If you wanted to be able to lift more weights, you have to discipline your body and train it to be stronger. The same is true in every aspect of your life.
They say power corrupts. If you want to be a more powerful man, but you don’t have a foundation of integrity – it means nothing. And integrity in and of itself will help you build and grow your influence.
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I’m 17. I’m about to become a man. Sometimes I feel like I already am one. But I guess I know I’m not yet. What do I need to know about being a man? What’s your best advice for me as I turn the corner?
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