If you guys have been following along, I just put up my 20th podcast episode. It's a small feat but I'm proud of what I've been able to do thus far. I wanted to share one big thing that I've learned thus far. One of the best ways to learn is by DOING it This … Continue reading What I’ve Learned From Recording 20 Podcast Episodes
"I don't have time" is hands down one of the worst excuses - ever. When someone says they don't have time, they are basically blaming outside forces rather than making themselves accountable. They are effectively saying that it wasn't their fault that they didn't make it happen because time eluded them. My challenge to you … Continue reading “I Don’t Have Time”
I want to share how I am currently using my morning journal. It used to be a lot more in-depth but I've slowly teared it down to 3 simple sections: daily tasks, my 'why' and a lessons/gratitude section. I do this because it helps me organize my day, gives me something to be accountable to … Continue reading My Morning Journal
The Four Arenas There are a few areas of life which I use to assess my stress levels: Work and Business Health and Fitness Relationships Life at home I think these are the 4 major arenas of life. Most of us spend a good chunk of our day at work. When we're not at work, … Continue reading Creating Balance in Life
For me, I have three very basic tenants that I approach my every day life with: I am living the life I choose and mastering my craft as a coach I am helping and building others up through strength, movement, kindness and awareness I am making a positive impact on those around me These … Continue reading What is Your ‘Why’?
On warmup sets "One word of warning, however: don’t take the lighter sets for granted. These will set you up mentally for the big sets. If these sets are light and explosive, you’ll feel confident and strong for your last set. If you take these lightly, or you take a carefree attitude toward them, your … Continue reading Timeless Quotes from Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1
This is an excerpt from 'Tools of Titans' written by Tim Ferriss. This particular excerpt is from Chade-Meng Tan. "In many of my public talks, I guide a very simple 10-second exercise. I tell the audience members to each identify two human beings in the room and just think, "I wish for this person to … Continue reading Loving-Kindness Meditation