Have you ever heard the phrase, "getting old sucks"?
Of course, you have.
We all have.
Do you agree with it or not?
Personally, I don't. Not one single bit.
Can getting old be an inconvenience?
Do things start to hurt?
Are you able to do as much as you used to be able to do when you were younger?
I look at getting old as a blessing
Think about these seven reasons why it's truly a blessing to get older. In the comments, feel free to add your own....
Mike Cameron is a Canadian writer, speaker, philanthropist, ultramarathoner, and advocate against Gender-Based Violence. Mike went from literally bagging shit to founding, building, and running an award-winning multi-million dollar business. As a sales and leadership authority, Mike has studied and spoken on the impact that emotion has on human behavior for more than two decades. He has worked with a variety of nonprofits and charities to pave the...
Having a list of things you need to do is great. If you're doing this, you're ahead of so many people. But you can't stop there.
You need to take these tasks/projects and prioritize them.
Here's how to do that.
The ODAE Method
Over the course of several days (2-4), make a list of everything you do throughout your day.
No judging. No editing.
If you can, do it absentmindedly as I don't want you really paying attention to what you're...
Bunny Young is a stuntwoman turned serial entrepreneur and service animal advocate who is obsessed with work-life alignment. She's the proud mother of two incredible daughters and married to a sexy handsome Army man (her words, not Mark's! LOL).
In this powerful episode, Bunny and Mark talk about the difference between work-life balance and work-life alignment, self-awareness & self-management, and burnout.
Contrary to what I'd like to think, I was not born Mister Productivity.
Actually, as a little boy, I wanted to grow up and be a firefighter like my Dad.
Dad worked his way up from a rookie all the way to Chief and then President of the Chili Fire Department (New York State).
I was so proud to be the son of a firefighter. So much so that I even became an emergency medical technician and then a volunteer firefighter myself.
But it was not my calling.
In all honesty, I didn't know ...
Everyone has habits. Things they do every day.
But not all habits are created equal. While some are good, others...not so much.
Think about the habits you have. Those things you do every day.
Seriously, as you read these words, take a moment and think about your habits. I would even suggest you get out a sheet of paper or a notebook and write down every habit you have. There's power in seeing them on a sheet of paper in your handwriting.
Anna Vocino is a voice-over talent and stand up comic who also happens to be a Celiac who writes cookbooks. She co-hosts the “Fitness Confidential” podcast with Vinnie Tortorich. She has voiced hundreds of commercials, cartoons, movies, promos, radio stations, and video games, which is a super cool day job to support her passion for food blogging and cookbook authoring. Her cookbook and Amazon bestsellers, Eat Happy and Eat Happy Too...
Procrastination is a real thing. And EVERYONE deals with it. It's just that high performers procrastinate much less than other people.
How much do you procrastinate? Most people tend to underestimate themselves. Take a moment and think about your past 24 or 48 hours. How many times did you procrastinate? If you take the time to do this exercise, it will probably be very eye-opening.
Let me help you stop procrastinating. Here are 7 ways to overcome...
Serena is a Certified Plant-Based Nutrition Consultant, Yoga Teacher, and Fitness Trainer who has studied the subject of nutrition for over ten years and has a unique, holistic approach to health and wellness.
Together with her husband Eugene, she runs Whole Shift Wellness: a coaching company specialized in bespoke programs for time-pressed professionals. Their combined experience spans over 20+ years and has allowed them to work with more than 500...
Kory Kogon is FranklinCovey’s Vice President, Global Field Development, and leads the Productivity Practice. Kory is co-author of the #4 Wall Street Journal bestseller, The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity, in addition to Project Management Essentials for the Unofficial Project Manager, and Presentation Advantage.
In this episode, Kory and I talk about the role the brain plays in productivity, the 3 areas Kory recommends you...
Dr. Benjamin Ritter, founder of Live for Yourself (LFY) Consulting, is a Chicago based leadership and empowerment coach, national speaker, consultant, mentor, teacher, and passionate about guiding others in finding, creating, and sustaining a career they love.
During his time as a healthcare executive and side hustling entrepreneur he was overworked and under-utilized, and despite his professional success didn’t feel successful. After much...
Reagan Anderson was the First Reconnaissance Battalion Surgeon for two combat tours in Iraq and is now a civilian Dermatologist. Prior to medical school he went to Seminary and has a Master of Public Health.
In this powerful episode, Reagan shares about how the TV show M*A*S*H is similar to being a surgeon in Iraq, what it's like being a doctor today, marijuana and more.