We all know the benefits of consuming positive and educational content. But don’t stop there. Learn how to get more with these simple tips.
Tasks! They’re unavoidable and not always fun. Here’s a simple way to change how you approach them so you have more time to do the things you love.
Reading has been an important daily habit of mine for years. Like most children who are exposed to books, I was obsessed. I not only loved to read them but also liked to play library with them. After graduating from college and having read the world’s most boring textbooks, I quit reading for a few […]
I think we all go through periods in our lives when we feel stuck. In fact, a survey showed that one-third of American’s, that’s 100 million of us, feel dissatisfied with their lives. I’ve been there and I know how overwhelming and defeating it can feel. I also know what it’s like to get unstuck […]
If I asked you to define the word habit, what would you say? Take 30 seconds and come up with a sentence or two that defines what the word means to you. You’ll be glad you did when I ask the next question. Got your definition? Good! Now ask yourself: do habits play a positive […]
Have you ever had to tell your boss that you couldn’t finish an important project on time? Or perhaps felt bad after not following through on a promise you made to your spouse. Life happens and we get distracted. But for many of us, these are simply the results of procrastinating. If I had to guess, […]
What if there was one tiny thing you could do today that would transform your life in the coming year? What if I told you that it’s so simple, you have everything you need to begin today? Would you commit to giving it a shot for the next thirty days?
Is it just me, or does it seem like a bad habit is hard to break? And conversely, a good habit is hard to make? I tried to stick to the habit of working out for close to 20 years. I’d do great for six months to a year. But eventually, I’d always quit and […]
There’s one major pitfall when it comes to personal improvement that I fail to mention often enough. We tend to get super excited about the changes we’re making. Then before we know it, we’ve taken on too much. At that point, we either fail to implement our new knowledge, or simply burn out. So here’s […]
At the beginning of each year, half of Americans resolve to make big changes in the New Year. By the end of the first month, forty percent have given up. I cover all of the reasons for this in my book, Resolution Reboot. Of them, one of the biggest obstacles is that we focus too […]