Adam Dorfman’s Philosophies

  • Be a powerful creator.
  • Strive to make a positive impact on everyone you meet.
  • Know your values and do not compromise them for a gain of any sort.
  • Know your VALUE and do not settle for less than what you are worth in any endeavor.
  • You are blessed with intelligence and creativity.
  • Remember your WHY and talk about it daily.
  • Be an energizer and a builder of people.
  • Focus on the thoughts, words, and actions of the present and the future.
  • Do not push your ambition and standards on those who do not want it.
  • Lead the way people need to be led, not how it is most comfortable to lead.
  • Practice kindness, compassion, patience, and non-judgement.
  • Strive to live “outside the box.”
  • You have one body, one mind, and one spirit.
  • Be healthy, strong, and flexible – mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
  • Avoid gossip and negativity.
  • If  you choose to do something, go all-in.  No half measures.
  • Show up to every encounter to prove yourself over and over again, because yesterday ended last night.
  • Let go of past failures, disappointments, and transgressions, because yesterday ended last night.
  • Choose carefully how and with whom you spend my time.
  • Focus only on what you can control and constantly seek new opportunities and solutions.
  • Approach each conversation with intent, focus, positivity, and preparation.
  • Stay hungry with a red belt mentality.
  • Practice non-reactivity
  • Own every situation and be accountable.
  • Practice mindfulness, faith, and gratitude daily.
  • Give more than you receive from every relationship.
  • Value loyalty and honor.
  • Focus on WHAT you feel in addition to HOW you feel.
  • Work to eliminate distractions
  • Let others know their importance regularly and work to catch people doing things right.
  • Believe in the power of AND.  “AND” always triumphs over “OR.”
  • Choose for your attitude to dictate your outcomes, not the other way around.
  • Give grace and work to make things right.
  • Be the competition and the standard of excellence.
  • To the question, “How much is enough?” the only appropriate answer is, “All I can do.”
  • Where you are at any given moment is the sum of the decisions you have made.