I wrote these thoughts during a tough time for my family. A close relative passed away from a bout with cancer and it really hit home. Our time is limited and we need to seize every moment in time.
If I told you there was a way to lower stress, feel better and actually set yourself up for success would you be interested? Well, the power to do this is in what you say and think. What?
Sometimes I get the feeling that people think everything we are experiencing today is new. The reality is, we’re not.
Aristotle’s quote rings true as much today as it did during his lifetime over 2300 years ago. In a world where it’s often hard to detect truth from falsehoods, it’s more important than ever to be a free thinker.
Here’s three great books that will really inspire you. They were my favorites last year and if you are looking to raise you game in 2019, I highly recommend giving them a read!
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.
Everyone in the motivational world seems to have their own bag of tricks so I’m going to give you some of mine. These below are what power me every day and can help you too if you embody it.
One thing I attribute to my own personal success and continued growth to is my focus on reading and learning. Every year I make it a point to select a few key books with the goal of grabbing some nuggets of wisdom that might help me improve some area of my life.
“ Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.”
The victory is in the journey. You ever wonder why when you achieve a goal you feel a little empty inside? It’s okay to admit it. It might not hit you right away but eventually though the basking in your glory, the accolades and encouragement from your friends and family fades and the trophy, award or medal begins to collect dust.