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Go On Offense With Your Life!

As an athlete at heart, I often look at business, life and success through the lens of sports. 

You can either live your life on Offense or Defense. You can be moving forward, taking chances and seeking out positive results or you can find yourself perpetually on the defensive where you’re stuck in a mindset of always defending, guarding and hunkering down. 

6 Stoic Tips To Better Your Life

When you’re feeling stressed, anxious and overwhelmed, it’s easy to think you’re fighting this battle alone and nobody has ever felt that way. We’ve all been there at one time or another but I’m here to tell you that a source of inspiration can be found by taking a look to antiquity. 

Keeping My Brain Sharp With My Nose And A Balance Board

When it comes to optimization and peak performance, you sometimes need to think differently. Sometimes that “different” thinking may actually be so simple! Here’s 2 things I’m currently working on to improve my health and brain power.

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs In 2019

When you wake up each day, get excited about what you want to accomplish. Every day is a new start and a chance to make a difference. Don’t let the day control you. Get out and make something good happen. Don't focus on what you could have done yesterday but instead focus on what you will do today.

It's Okay To Have Doubt As An Entrepreneur

I wanted to share this little nugget I found in my diary from 2005 of a typical day after building my company for just two years. It’s now 13 years later and my company is bigger than ever but it was the daily emotions like this you have to battle.

HRV, Parasympathetic Nervous System, Seneca, Video Tip and a Boxing Workout

One thing I’ve really focused on lately is HRV ( Heart Rate Variability ).  It’s an interesting measure to help analyze recovery, stress levels and fitness.

What HRV is, is a measurement of the time interval between heartbeats and the variation of them. In a basic sense, you don’t want a droning beat that is the same every time. Slight variations are key to a healthy heart rhythm.