The Impact Multiplier

on November 13, 2019 |By Jarrod Musick | Impact
Trying to do more can mean that you impact fewer things. However, there are three rules you can use to increase your impact by doing less and still be more at peace.   Rule #1: If, by doing something, you would consider it a day well lived, even if it was all you did, make it a priority. If it's not, then you should move it down your priority list or off the list entirely.  
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Stop Selling Yourself Short

on September 30, 2019 |By Jarrod Musick | Business Owners Impact
Everyone impacts the world around them, planned or not. At Destiny Capital, we have always had conversations with our clients about how they are currently making an impact and how they aspire to. Because it's important, we have developed a structured way to have this conversation and to refresh it every so often. Out of these discussions, we have discovered how differently everyone looks at impact and how it makes us feel. Some people immediately think of it as charitable contributions or volunteer work. Some think of it as being available and present to those closest to them. Some think of it as creating something that changes the world. The truth is, everyone has a different way that they show up for the world around them, and impact is unique to each of us.  
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Defining Your Why

What type of impact do you want to have? Who do you want to impact? What changes need to be made to have that impact? Questions like this provoke quite a bit of thought and feelings. They challenge you to reflect on your core principles and determine whether you are being true to them.  
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How to Find Your Form of Fitness

on August 26, 2019 |By Jarrod Musick | Business Owners Impact
"We must all either wear out or rust out, every one of us. My choice is to wear out." - Theodore Roosevelt  
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Do You Truly Enjoy Your Career?

on August 12, 2019 |By Jarrod Musick | Business Owners Impact
"Find three hobbies: one that makes you money, one that makes you fit, and one that makes you smarter." - Naval Ravikant, founder of AngelList.  
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