Monthly Archives: January 2016

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The Beginner’s Guide to Getting Better Sleep

  Long time LIFEies readers know that one of my biggest weaknesses is something I viewed as a rock solid competitive advantage for 25 years.  Sleep.  I taught myself to sleep 3-5 hours a night.  Sure, I was able to do tons of training, compete and work my tail off, BUT was it right? After all I have been through, I am now convinced that getting more than six hours… Read more →

How to Destroy Your Life

  Sometimes James Altucher is pure genius. His entire article below is exactly that. At a minimum, please read my highlights.  The article offers great ideas and thoughts for continuous growth. Rule #4 from my book The Fantastic Life: All of Life is ConnectedEverything you do has an impact on your life. At the time, you might think the impact is small. Getting… Read more →

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A Bad Business Model

  You might have never heard its formal name, but you and I are invited into a bad business model every single day. It’s called the  “razor-and-blades” business model and it operates like this: sell a foundational product cheaply to consumers and then force them to buy expensive replacement parts once they’re dependent on that product.  I have been sucked into several examples… Read more →