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Mentors and Myth of the Self-Made Man

“Our chief want in life is somebody who will make us do what we can.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson Mentors, in my mind, are the most invaluable characters we meet in this story we called life. They are the combination of meaningful work and human connectivity. Mentorship is...

3 Biggest Money Misconceptions

Money is defined as simply a medium of exchange. Long ago we decided that trading animals and natural resources were no longer effective means of trade. We needed something that we could carry on our person and be with us if and when an opportunity arose. We use money...

5 Worst Human Habits (And How To Fix Them)

You are a creature of habit, but what makes you human is the amalgamation of your thoughts and actions. We are led to believe that life is this complex series of events that happens to us. If only we knew the truth. What if things weren't as they seemed and life was...

3 Reasons Why You Need To Cook Today

Nowadays, we are less likely to find ourselves indulging in a home-cooked meal. The restaurant industry banked over $766 billion dollars in 2016 alone. Quite the incentive to lure you from your home. Some of you might say you don't eat out that much, but your year-end...

Eating For Results: How Diet Trumps Training

Have you ever heard the saying, "You can't outwork a bad diet?" If you're like me, your mind immediately jumps to all the 'bad' things we've recently eaten. Perhaps it's the sugar loaded cereals, coffee creamers, and margarita nights. Or maybe the fat laden burgers,...

Social Side-Effects: The Dark Side of Being Connected

You Are Now Connected Oh, what the early stages of the Internet looked like along with the crackling and beeps of a dial-up connection. The Internet was the new frontier, a modern day manifest destiny, which came with all kinds of new solutions and unforeseen...

Getting Back to Basics: Tracking for Success

Recently, I was evaluating the final results and success of my previous training program when I noticed something. For most of you who know, I religiously use Tanita's Ironman Scale to track my body composition throughout the training process. As I was comparing my...

Comfortable: Our Modern Day Dream Killer

Comfortable has been misused for too long now and we need to set the record straight. Comfort has been something that others have literally sought after and wrongly deemed an achievement. Fact of the matter is, comfort is not the end all be all that we thought it was,...

Relationships: Finding Those Who Give

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ― Jim Rohn. When it comes to relationships, we all understand the importance of surrounding ourselves with the right people. The stronger our circle, the more we grow. Some relationships will...

How to Crush It and be a Multitasking Master

What's the difference between being busy and multitasking? If you find the two to be synonymous, it might be time for you to reassess your schedule (and possibly your life). Busy may sound productive, but it's not. If anything, it's a tell that your life and your time...

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