In my upcoming book Unstoppable, I have insight from 34 different leaders from a variety of fields (athletes, coaches, CEOs, musicians, and more) on performance and developing a game changer mindset. Coach Phil Beckner from the Boise State men's basketball program is among those who answered my call to help, and I had the pleasure of welcoming him to our production studio recently for a special podcast episode on how to develop an all-star work ethic.

Through his experiences in coaching and training athletes at various levels, including current NBA stars, Coach Beckner has found that the secret to success is an unwavering, relentless work ethic. From time to time you'll have what he calls "50/50" guys on the team- "a guy who does it once in a while; a guy who's great one day and mediocre the next...guys who end up getting you beat in the long run." With a change in mindset however, we can develop the all-star work ethic that can fuel us to the unstoppable game changer life.

Listen to this episode on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, or at, for the principles to develop an all-star work ethic, so that we can avoid 50/50 tendencies in our own lives and help others avoid them as well.

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