Everyday our lives are governed by habit. These habits are the little routines and small ways of doing things.
Being an excellent manager doesn’t make someone a strong leader. We’ve all run into someone who uses the titles interchangeably, and it can be frustrating.
Founders and CEOs are always short on time, and their plates will never be cleared. But in order to succeed long-term, all leaders have to decide on strategic things they cannot let slip.
Growth is a happy problem for any startup. You know your company is on the right track when you need more people to meet sales demands and have the budget to hire.
Poor health and low energy levels can negatively impact every part of your life. Your creative spark can be destroyed, leaving you with zero inspiration and ideas.
Do you struggle with overcoming bad habits? Do you find it difficult to stick with an exercise routine and constantly find yourself back where you started?
You know that you have total control over the ingredients, the preparation, and the portions when you’re preparing food at home.
Albert Einstein said, If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. But a lot of times, we struggle about how to explain some difficult, or even abstract concepts to others.
If you have so many things to do that you often find yourself struggling to finish projects and tasks and move on to other stuff, you’re certainly not alone.
A friend and I had a discussion some years ago. We were complete beginners to strength training. He had started to develop some wrist pain after his workouts and asked me if joint-pain is just a necessary part of getting in shape.
We’ve all got a few bad habits. No one’s perfect. Whether it’s eating too much candy, leaving everything until the last minute, watching too much TV, skipping workouts, or letting e-mails pile up at work, we all do things that go against our best interests.
Buying a car is the second biggest investment that most people will make throughout their life and finding the right car is really important.
Charles Mingus once said, “Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.” As a society, we typically make the complicated commonplace.
I remember back when I was getting my certificate to be a professional fitness coach. Just for fun we had to pick one exercise from a popular fitness magazine and implement it in our training.
We all know what a bad habit is. Smoking, eating unhealthy foods, excessive alcohol consumption and living a sedentary lifestyle are just some of the things that are drummed into us as behaviours we ought to avoid in order to increase our overall well-being.
These days it has become the “in thing” to volunteer in one’s community or wanting to help out at one or more of the local nonprofits.
I have three small children (a six year old and wild twin boys that just turned four), I am an avid writer, volunteer in the community, and actively involved in our church.
Habits arise through a process of triggering, actions, and rewards. A circumstance triggers an action.
There is nothing more stressful in your life if you are like the many who are looking for a job. The current job availability in many areas in the US are very slim, so this can make it very difficult to find the right job depending on the type of job you are looking too.
Have you ever noticed the most effective and efficient human creations are modeled from nature? From buildings designed like termite mounds to self-healing buildings developed using bacteria in the concrete; biomimicry is phenomenal approach to solve problems in a sustainable way.