Success from Being Selfish and Liking My Grudges – Episode 25.5

Share this blog:

In this video episode and podcast, I talk with Aleta Norris about two controversial topics that I firmly believe in, and have made me a better person and more effective leader because of it. ( Watch here )

First, I believe entrepreneurs need to be selfish, specifically with their time. As an entrepreneur, and CEO, I was very involved with the business, maybe too much, that I wasn’t able to achieve the goals I really needed to get done.

Second, I slowly adopted a grudge against a competitor. It took me down, and occupied my time more than I should have let it. It distracted me from my priorities. But when I decided to like my grudge, that all changed and I was able to move on.

Watch the video podcast here.

To read the original blog posts from these topics, click on these links.

I’m Selfish, Not Horrible – Blog Post

Learning to Like My Grudges – Blog Post

Thank you for being a How’d it Happen listener. Please enter your email address below to subscribe, or subscribe on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or wherever you like to listen.


Special thanks to Hammerstone Marketing for website design, podcast production, and blog collaboration.

Mike Malatesta

Mike Malatesta

Leave a Replay

About Me

I help entrepreneurs get unstuck, take back their power, achieve their life objectives, and create the futures they want.

Listen to the Podcast

Get My Weekly Newsletter

Recent Posts

Sign up for My Newsletter

By signing up you will get the weekly “Inspire & Activate Greatness Blog” every Thursday.