Posts filed under: life lessons

This isn’t really true. I love the idea that so many of you have been inspired by the ideas I’ve talked about, and continuously choose to come back and read my posts on a daily basis. But in terms of...
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When I first started this online book club, my goal was never to get more people to read more books. Quantity was never the goal here. What has been the goal, however, is quality. If you’ve been a part of this book...
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We live in a special time in history where every one of us now owns a media channel and a brand. Learning how to create a personal brand and building it gradually over time, is one of the wisest investments...
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“For all the productivity and success advice I’ve read, shaped and marketed for dozens of authors in the last decade, I’ve never really seen someone come out and say: find yourself a spouse who complements and supports you and makes...
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In the book “Born To Run,” Christopher McDougall provides a lot of scientific evidence that supports the idea that humans may have evolved to be fantastic runners. In a scientific paper in the journal of Sports Medicine, Daniel Lieberman, a...
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The average CEO in America reads one book a week. That’s 50+ books a year! Ever since I read this stat, I’ve made it a goal to read at least one new book a week as well. After seeing all...
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If everyone in the world was rational then no one would ever leave the security of their day job to try to go out and start something as risky and uncertain as a business. And unfortunately, it’s this reality rational that...
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There are more people over a hundred years old in Okinawa, Japan than anywhere else on the planet. Even more interesting, these centenarians are also in incredibly healthy shape. They’re lean, youthful-looking, energetic and they have the longest disability free life...
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Entrepreneur, author, and speaker Tim Ferriss once said, “A person’s success in life can usually be measured by the number of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have.” Luckily for us, though, we don’t always have to be...
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For many of you who are reading this post, you’re probably doing so while sitting in a chair. And although the simple act of sitting in a chair may seem like a normal and comfortable thing to do, an evolutionary...
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