"Mornings are almost clean slates. I say almost because the residue of yesterday is sometimes stuck on them." — Medeia Sharif The alarm goes off, your eyes open, and a new day begins. A day filled with possibility and the unknown. If you stop to think about the billion different scenarios that could possibly play... Continue Reading →
Several of the podcasts that I listen to religiously have praised and preached cold shower benefits. It was time to give them a try.
During the early discussion stages of my partnership with 3M, they asked about the type of products I envisioned being "We definitely need to create a To-Do list. I make one every day," I told them. "If I didn't make a To-Do list on the regular, I'd never get anything done." It's the truth. Another... Continue Reading →
I first discussed this idea a few years back in an article about writer's block. The Lie, Cheat & Steal method really helps be more creative.
The most important document on my computer is a master spreadsheet. How one stupid mistake taught me a few valuable lessons.
Have you ever seen those yellow straps hanging around in your gym? They're suspension trainers if you're not sure what they're called.
Money as motivation is obvious but have you ever considered how much you'll get done if someone took money away?
I typically do a full-body kettlebell routine once a week. Here are a few of my favorite exercises to rotate in and out.
Do you constantly suffer from imposter syndrome? Here are the signs and how to deal with the contrarian voice in your head.