Month: January 2014

  • What’s easy to do, is easy not to do…

    My mentor Jim Rohn taught me this little saying almost two years ago.  It is a really simple phrase, but it has a lot of meaning.  Since I read this, I am not saying it is easy to follow.  But as I continue to grow in different areas of my life, I find myself repeating […]

  • 3 lessons learned while lying around for 3 days…

    I was forced to be laid up the last three days.  What a bore.  I couldn’t even do anything overly productive while lying around because I didn’t have the energy.  Being a highly productive person, on the go all of the time it has been very difficult for me to sit still. I was forced […]

  • My Top 5 best books of 2013!

    I challenged my self to rank the best five books that I read last year.  This exercise allows me to go back and digest the information I learned from these books as well. In total I read 28 books last year.  Every book I read is for personal or professional development, period.  I don’t read […]

  • 7 lessons I learned about life and running that running taught me…

    On June 8, 2013 I technically started running.  My plan wasn’t to become a runner it was more of a way for me to lose a few pounds that I committed to losing on January 1, 2013.  As I started running (and losing weight) I started really liking it.  At that time, I liked losing […]