Success is something we obsess over in this day and age. We are inundated on social media and television with the success of others.
Sometimes we envy the success of others but what we really to understand is that success is subjective. It is different for every person. What is successful to you might be the same for me.
In this Halftime episode, I talk about why you should define what success is to you on your own terms and not the terms of others.
Matt Stevens: hellomattstevens.com
Matt Stevens Makers of Sport interview: makersofsport.com/episodes/15/matt-stevens
OverSuccess by Jim Rubens: www.amazon.com/OverSuccess-Heali…duckduckgo-osx-20
Josh Ash: twitter.com/joshinphl
Mtn. & Co. madebymtn.com
My next couple of guests are the guys from the Hardwood Hustle: www.hardwoodhustle.com podcast. Show hosts Alan Stein and Adam Bradley are joining the podcast to discuss combining the passion for sports with business and making a living from it. As touching lives through the sport of basketball and youth sports in particular. Both gentlemen are equally successful on their own with Stein being the strength and conditioning coach for DeMatha Catholic High School (where Kevin Durant attended) and Bradley being the founder of successful independent radio network in the DC/Baltimore area.
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