GRIT: Six Quotes — and Habits — To Keep You Gritty When the Going Gets Tough

By: Martin Grunburg The psychological definition of grit suggests that it is a non-cognitive trait. I’d like to challenge that idea slightly. Like any habit, grit can be at first cognitively fostered and then consciously refortified until it becomes embedded in your subconscious. That’s an important consideration because it tells us that the essential characteristic for […]

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You, Fibonacci, the Flywheel and Your Company

By: Martin Grunburg In a previous post I shared with you my newfound appreciation for “the slow.” What is the slow? In essence, it’s nature or the natural world. An understanding and appreciation for maturation and what it takes to produce value – the time and concentrated, focused energy involved. A recognition of craft, and […]

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