I HATE it when I procrastinate. Throughout my day, my mind is constantly racing, full of things that I can’t wait to get home and check off my to-do list: finishing another chapter in a book, getting a workout in, even writing a blog post. Continue reading “6 Simple Ways to Conquer Procrastination (~ 4 min read)”
“It’s so easy to be great nowadays because most people are weak.” – David Goggins; ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete and former Navy SEAL.
I didn’t hear these words until just a few days ago when I stumbled upon an interview conducted by Tom Bilyeu on David Goggins, and you can find it here. Continue reading “It’s Easy To Be Great; Here’s Why”
I’ve found that we can essentially live our lives by one of two ways: living to work, or working to live. The former entails a life of enslavement to never-ending labor, while the latter one of tirelessly slaving away to buy enough time in order to enjoy the fruits of our labor. We truly are thrust between a rock and a hard place.
Though personally, I’d rather choose neither. I said “essentially”, not “solely”. Surely, there must be a way to simply live?
Time seems to be something we’re all chasing after.
It feels like we can never get enough of it. Then finally, once we corner it and catch it, it slips through our fingers once more. Continue reading “3 Ways To Make More Time For Yourself”
In my last post I talked about self-discipline and how it plays a crucial role in seeing that goals we set for ourselves are actually met, rather than just pushed back indefinitely. This time I’ll lay out a few important methods for disciplining ourselves. Continue reading “3 Simple Yet Effective Methods For Self-Discipline”