Episode #099 – Discipline, Talent & Frank Sinatra
In this episode, Clay celebrates the last of the double-digit episodes with talk of discipline. Who has it and how and when it needs to be deployed. He also discusses talent by sharing his love for Frank Sinatra and a letter he wrote to an 80’s pop star.
Talking Points & References
- 99 straight weeks
- The BEST VERSION OF YOU
- Episode #014
- Blaming an absence of discipline
- Discipline means doing the work on the days you don’t want to
- Discipline means putting the same effort into the things you hate as the things you love
- Success lies in the margins, but discipline lives in the sucky parts
- George Michael circa 1990
- “…the tragedy of fame…”
- Frank Sinatra’s letter of response
- Our talents our gifts, are not for us to hoard
- Talent must not be wasted
- The parable of the talents
- Challenge of the Week
- Be more Frank Sinatra — don’t George Michael your talents
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Quote(s) of the Week
“Talent must not be wasted. Those who have talent must HUG it, EMBRACE it, NURTURE it and SHARE it lest it be taken away as fast as it was loaned to you.” — Frank Sinatra
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