Strive: How Doing The Things Most Uncomfortable Leads to Success (15/66)

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Strive. Pushing through our limits, doing the hard thing, and focusing on constant and never ending growth and improvement is the ticket to impact and fulfilment!

– Tony Robbins, World-Renowned Business Leader

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“We all know or have read stories of people who seem to rise from the ashes or come out of nowhere to achieve success. Strive points out that most of these individuals were not extraordinary by nature but extraordinary by action.”

– Forbes

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The true alchemy of Strive is that it combines, great storytelling, great anecdotes, and some pretty profound insights. No question Scott Amyx’s key takeaway is to get comfortable being uncomfortable… or perhaps find yourself a different journey. Learning to live perpetually outside your comfort zone is perhaps a condition precedent for success — the special sauce for cooking up ideas that will change the world.

Craig Hatkoff, Founder of Tribeca Film Festival

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Strive teaches us to embrace discomfort and achieve success in this exponentially changing world.”

– Singularity University

Why Strive is important for future business owners?

Popular beliefs about success are profoundly wrong. Success is not merely a matter of being born in the right place at the right time to the right family. It involves much more than hard work, money, practice, or even intellect. History is littered with people—those with high IQ, talent, money, power, and fame—who squandered every advantage and ended badly.

“There is, however, a way to reach your goals, and I am a living proof. I have found a way to guide my life in a positive direction, realizing success I never thought possible. And it doesn’t require 10,000 hours, being born into the right family, or being as brilliant as Albert Einstein or Marilyn vos Savant. It’s a little secret I call Strive,” says Amyx. It’s all about pursuing personal change that’s uncomfortable.

About Scott Amyx

Scott Amyx is the author of Strive: How Doing the Things Most Uncomfortable Leads to Success, which has been endorsed by Tony Robbins, Forbes, Singularity University, Tribeca Film Festival and other influencers. He is a global thought leader and venture capitalist who has appeared on TV, TIME, Forbes, New York Times, TechCrunch, CIO, Washington Post, Wired, Forrester, G20 report and other major media.

Scott Amyx was born a few miles south of the DMZ border in South Korea during the 1970’s when Korea was economically emerging from the devastation of the Korean War, with WWII and Japanese colonization still fresh in the minds of the people. Raised by a single mother with no formal education, he immigrated to the U.S. shortly after the violent democratization Gwangju Uprising. Scott grew up an impoverished immigrant who was frequently told he would amount to nothing.

Today he is an internationally recognized thought leader, venture capitalist, speaker, and author on exponential technologies and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. He received the Cloud & DevOps World Award for Most Innovative and was voted as a top 10 Global Speaker by Scott is an IBM IoT Futurist, Tribeca Disruptor Foundation Fellow, Singularity University/ Smart City Accelerator Mentor, and National Sloan Fellow/ Woodrow Wilson Fellow.

He was also voted most influential leader in Smart Cities, IoT and exponential technologies by Inc. Magazine, Internet of Things Institute, HP Enterprise, and numerous institutions. In addition, Scott has been nominated to the World Economic Forum as a committee member for the Future of the Internet and nominated by global luminaries for TED talk. He lives in New York with his family and Maltese Yorkie named Saja (Korean for lion).

Written by Nathaniel Fried

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