Killing Complacency with Paul Huber
Today I had the pleasure of talking to another one of my Clubhouse friends, Paul Huber. He is the author of Killing Complacency: Resurrect Ambition. Maximize Your Life. I am all about being a convertor of energy from your comfort zone to activation zone, and he is right there with me with his book. If you are living in a life of staleness or complacency, this episode is for you!
How David prepared for what God had for him
The definition of contentment in the life of a believer
The idea of deliberate practice
Trained as a computer engineer, Paul has spent over twenty years at leading aerospace and defense companies developing safety-critical, embedded computer systems. The challengers have been less technical, and more battling the twin opposing forces of complacency and perfectionism. Paul has a Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, a Master’s of Systems Engineering from Iowa State University, and an MBA from the Jack Welch Management Institute. Killing Complacency represents Paul’s self-proclaimed dissertation for the Drivetime University School of Motivation.
About my book: Why do some people succeed while others don’t? What elevates the greats from the average? How can you leverage their secrets to maximize your life? The answer is not some X-factor from God, the universe, or luck. The successful have learned contentment without complacency. The Killing Complacency philosophy demonstrates how to become extraordinary by using definiteness of purpose and deliberate practice. By eliminating complacency thinking, you shift your mindset from limited and scarcity to growth and prosperity.Examples from the Bible to modern biographies reveal there is a process, rather than a divine zap, that creates greatness.Where to Find Paul:
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