Self-Discipline

Self-Care is a Discipline.

18 months ago, I spent a day at Forward Tilt (www.forwardtilt.com)  with Dr. Mark Rowe learning about his program “Prescription for Happiness”.  During his talk that day, one key statement he made several times was “self-care is not selfish care”.  Today, I want to add some thoughts that complement Dr. Rowe’s mantra. Tami Forman, the author of the below article… Read more →

Motivate Daily

You all know I am a committed goal setter.  More importantly, I track my daily actions and my highest priorities.  Finally, I am a milestone tracker. Tracking what is important allows you to know if you are doing what you say you are and if you are getting wins. Here are three simple takeaways from the article below that talks… Read more →

The Differences Between Amateurs and Professionals

  Over the last few years, I’ve spent quite a bit of time thinking about the difference between amateurs and professionals. Professionals and amateurs vary on how they apply themselves to the world around them.  Here are some differences. Amateurs: a-stop when they achieve something b-focus on being right c-blame others Professionals: a-have a process b-see failure as part of… Read more →

Habits reminders

  Habits can make your life better…way better.  Below is an article on the science of new habits and what you can do.  As you know, I am a huge believer in habits. If you want more, check out Atomic Habits by James Clear — it’s a must read. Here are a few of the suggestions and some of the habits… Read more →

Things to Give Up

  Tim Denning (author of today’s article below), looked around at his successful friends and realized they think and speak differently.  They also work harder than his less successful friends.  From the first two sentences you should glean my first takeaway from the below article:  If you want to live a Fantastic Life, hang out with people who truly have one. Then… Read more →