Recently, I was traveling for a seminar and struck up conversation with a cool dude on the plane. While we were sharing our goals and aspirations, he generously gave me the book he was reading, The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy.
Life is full of hand grenades, unexpected explosions disrupting our best laid plans.
One of the joys of running the Whole Life Challenge is that I get a lot of my friends and family members to play along with me. It gives me an opportunity to talk about the Challenge with other players where the rubber meets the road, where people try and fit their life into the constraints …
There’s just no easy way to say this: your biggest problem is you.
We have emotional needs that go unmet, casualties of a world that de-prioritizes our mental state in favor of our material welfare.
How many times have you told yourself that you are going to improve your life, but ended doing nothing?
We all know that motivation is important in everyone’s life, but what it is? What are the ways to strengthen it?
Do you feel enthusiastic, motivated and energetic when starting something new, but after some time, you lose your enthusiasm and interest?
How many times have you started enthusiastically a weight loss program, began a bodybuilding or aerobics training program, or started learning a foreign language, only to stop after a short while?
I was at a dinner party the other night when someone posed this question: Who has influenced your life the most? I thought for a minute and said what no one else said, “My mother.”