In episodes one and two of Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond explained the importance of thinking and executing. In this week’s episode, he discusses how to put those terms into action and how they will help you “dominate.” According to Walter:
“You were designed to dominate. You were built to dominate. So, when you wake up in the morning, dominating should come natural to you. In fact if you think and execute really well, you won’t even have to worry about dominating because it will just happen.”
Check out this week’s motivational message from Walter Bond. Drawing from his experiences during his professional basketball career and his professional speaking career, Walter will try to drive home the important lessons he’s learned about how to dominate.
What are some ways you dominate in your workplace each day? How do you coach others to dominate? Let us know in the comments section below.
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About Walter Bond
For nearly two decades, Walter Bond’s mastery in two different global industries has made him an authority on peak performance. Walter has delivered his entertaining and dynamic message to companies and associations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Europe.
Walter’s passion for personal development has been anchored by his professional basketball career. Although a reserve throughout his college basketball years at the University of Minnesota, Bond miraculously enjoyed an eight year career while spending time as a shooting guard for teams including the Dallas Mavericks, Utah Jazz, and Detroit Pistons. This is where he learned peak performance truths that he has also applied to a wildly successful speaking career. For more information about Walter Bond, visit WalterBond.com.
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