The First Hour

It’s almost 10:00 (a.m.) and I’ve yet to accomplish anything besides getting out of bed.  I feel lazy, uninspired, and unmotivated.  I’ve spent the whole day tweeting, emailing, and watching […]

Providing Value

In my previous post College is Unnecessary I briefly touched on the topic of value, but I feel that going a bit more in depth on this topic may be […]

College is Unnecessary

At school today I was talking with some classmates about our plans for our future careers.  Almost all of them planned to go to a four year college and eventually […]

Loving Work

When I was younger, I hated work.  It didn’t matter what kind of work it was, I always found a way to avoid doing anything that required a significant amount […]

Escaping From Reality

As a child, I remember always looking forward to the cartoon marathons on Saturday mornings.   No matter how bad my week had been, I knew that when Saturday morning […]

Adjusting Your Runs

The key to offensive success in soccer is off-ball movement.  Making offensive runs off the ball is what opens up space to exploit the defense.  No team will ever be […]

The First Step

“Ready, fire, aim is superior to ready, aim, aim, aim.” ~Steve Pavlina When I first became interested in personal development I used to read personal development material for hours every […]

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Action Precedes Motivation

Most people wait until they’re motivated to take action.  That’s why most people never end up taking action. There’s a common misperception that you need to feel motivated to take […]

Problems Aren’t Bad

A common misperception people have is that problems are bad.  That couldn’t be any further from the truth. For one, we have the appreciation factor.  How are you supposed to […]