Powerful words by such luminaries as Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Les Brown, and Jocko Willink. Emotional background music by Whitesand.
It’s been a while since I’ve written anything, and that sucks. Paradoxically, that’s ok. It seems a bit wrong to talk about sparks when part of the country is literally burning, but honestly, that’s kinda what got me thinking about this. All it took to arrive at a massive fire is one little spark. (Ok, … Read more »
I’m going to start out by saying that this is a total first world problem. Consider yourself forewarned. Loss. Whatever it is, it’s never easy. Life. A child. A spouse. Your retirement. Data. Wait… Data? Yes. Data. Or roughly about eight months of your history in Apple Health. The first world-ism is about to get … Read more »
Success comes not in doing the things that you want to do, but in doing the things that you don’t want to do. Boy, isn’t that the truth. If your goal is to get fit, then success won’t be found in sitting on the couch watching Netflix. That run that you don’t want to go … Read more »
Alright, so it’s not the most fun thing in the world to think about — dying, that is. And yet, I’ve mentioned before how it’s actually a good practice. You’ve heard of the proverbial “bucket list,” and I guess I thought one up for myself the other day. It’s not very long, nor is it very broad. … Read more »
Most important by far is that you be able to care about others’ success more than your own. Everyone around you needs to ultimately become better than you. That’s how you lead. The light is in front of you and you take them to the light and then go back. If all the people around … Read more »
Here’s some food for thought: Nobody will in spire you, but you. You’re the only one who can make you get up off your ass and do something. Sure, other people can poke or prod. “Why aren’t you done with that report yet? Or that project?” Yes that’ll lead to uncomfortable conversations, but that’s not … Read more »