I'm 41 years old. I like to be comfortable. Everyone does. What I have realized though is that what is comfortable for me is rarely good for me in the long run. What is comfortable is a box of Little Debbies and a Netflix binge. What is comfortable is sleeping in... spending as much money as … Continue reading Get uncomfortable
Every month I write an article for the Brutal Iron Gym newsletter. For now this is a free newsletter packed with good information and inspiration. If you want to receive it send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org! This is the article I wrote for the June edition of the newsletter! I’m a huge fan of getting better! … Continue reading Three ways to change yourself
The two most important parts of your day are... the beginning and the end! Here's why I say that... Because, for most of us, these are the two parts that are under our control! Our morning and nighttime routines are typically not impacted by the unexpected (e.g. unexpected visitor, a phone call that takes … Continue reading The two most important parts of your day
One of the books I'm reading now is The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. Yesterday I snapped a picture of one of the pages and shared it on my Instagram page. I thought I should share it here too... and make a comment or two. … Continue reading Time is your friend…
It's really quite simple... We know how to do it. We do it all the time! We find ourselves in a dark place... In debt up to our eyeballs... and flat broke. Marriage falling apart... Body is weak and sick... So we start doing something about it... Working overtime and/or cutting expenses Taking your spouse … Continue reading How to get from failure to success
Today, I learned a new phrase. It's a concept that I'm familiar with... you probably are too, but it's new phrase, and I like it. The Circle of Five. I'm currently reading Darren Hardy's book, The Compound Effect. In it he talks about the people you spend the most time with and the tremendously formative … Continue reading Who’s in your circle of five?
Yesterday I swung by Books-A-Million and picked up a couple of books! Lately I've been reading/thinking about this idea, "The important stuff requires daily attention." That's my simple way of saying what lots of really smart people have been saying for a long time. Anyhow, the book I picked up was Coach Wooden's Greatest Secret (The … Continue reading The key to success – and anyone can do it