THURSDAY THUNDER: How to Have a Great Day, with Andy Frisella - MFCEOTT2
How to Have a Great Day
Recalling NC State Coach Jim Valvano's legendary speech at the 1993 ESPY Awards, Andy Frisella shares his thoughts on what makes a great day--a day that makes you happy to be alive. Vaughn Kohler joins him in the studio.
#1: Get Your Critical Tasks Done
A productive day is a great day. But that's only part of it.
#2: Learn Something New
Don't kill your brain on mindless shit. Improve it. Every day.
#3: Be Thankful
We're too focused on what we don't have. Be grateful for what you do have.
#4: Be Generous
This involves more than money. It includes being generous with your time and abilities. Invest in people.
#5: Enjoy Something Money Can't Buy
For Andy, it's bulldogs and relationships with his wife, friends, and family. What is it for you?
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