Figure out what you’re good at and become better. Working on all your skills needed to perform better or get you to the place you want to go is important. But when you take a personal inventory of your skills and abilities that got you to where you are at the moment is the first […]
> Daily aerobic exercise is the key to a good life, including intervals of sprints are even better. In a recent German study, volunteers who did two 3 minute sprints (separated by 2 minutes of lower intensity) during a forty-minute treadmill session demonstrated higher increases in BDNF than non-sprinters. Not only that, the sprinters learned vocabulary […]
If you can invest just 137 minutes a day, you have the ability to change your path in life. Based off all those books in the “Self-help” section of the bookstore, here is the all you need to know about setting and achieving goals without all the nonsense. Socrates is famous for saying “Know Thyself, […]
Intelligent Happiness is knowing how to be happy in our world.
An easy trick to make you the better person in a situation where you are insulted.
“If you know you have to swallow a frog, swallow it first thing in the morning. If there are two frogs, swallow the big one first.”-Mark Twain
This painting I created as a final project for my favorite Masters Class in Creative Leadership and Problem Solving: I use symbols to describe my leadership style. I went all out abstract! This explanation comes with it. This painting is using symbolism for theories and how I combine visionary leadership, with Flow, Divergent thinking, and Foresight. […]
You are the books you read, the films you watch, the music you listen to, the people you meet, the dreams you have, the conversations you engage in. You are what you take from these. You are the sound of the ocean, the breath of fresh air, the brightest light and the darkest corner.
Procrastination was my enemy and still is to this day. Its always there for me to fight . You can use all the tools available out there to defeat this beast. Here are the links to the books: http://www.stevenpressfield.com/do-the-work/ http://www.stevenpressfield.com/the-war-of-art/