Back when I was a middle schooler, I had my share of crushes. In truth, I probably wasted a lot of time worrying about those crushes. I’d decide that I really wanted to call some girl I had a crush on and… you know, I’m not sure. I didn’t date. I don’t remember why I’d… Continue reading One Way to Reduce Fear in Your Life
There are typically three reasons why I end up procrastinating or don’t get something done: I’m unclear or overwhelmed and don’t know what to work on. I’m clear about what I have to do, but I’m scared or hesitant for some reason to do it. I’m clear about what to do and have no problem… Continue reading 3 Weapons in the Battle to Get Important Things Done
Day 19 – 75Hard Phase 1 Disregard if you’ve always stuck with your exercise plan. Do not disregard if you’re frustrated with your health and fitness and are nervous to start attacking that area of your life. You’ve failed before. You’d rather not fail and just get on Type-2 and heart meds than I started… Continue reading My 3 Simple Rules for a 50 and Over Fitness Program
Day 16 – 75Hard Phase 1 By ‘it’ I mean the stories we tell ourselves. Those stories we tell ourselves about what we can or cannot do are only true until we prove ourselves wrong. When we fall into the mindset that says we have hit our limit or can’t do this or don’t have… Continue reading It’s true until it isn’t
Day 15 – 75Hard Phase 1 For your reading pleasure, the second sports metaphor in two days (assuming you’re following along and read the Super Bowl item from yesterday). I love to watch like 2 minutes of Curling in the Winter Olympics a time or three during the Games. It honestly feels like something that… Continue reading Be the sweeper in the curling game of life
Day 14 – 75Hard Phase 1 I’m watching this Super Bowl (2022 – Bengals vs. Rams) as I write this post. Every time I watch a huge sporting event like a Super Bowl or NBA Championship or NCAA National Championship, it hits me how few people actually get those opportunities. For many who get that… Continue reading What if You Only Had One Opportunity?