That is a question every single one of us should ask ourselves, as early as possible in life, ideally when we're still in school. It's not too late for you now if you're out of school. It's just that it's so important, you should do it as soon as possible. Asking it makes you aware … Continue reading What if money was no object?
Arnold Schwarzenegger, who remains one of my heroes in spite of his (old and recent) shortcomings, once gave this speech, where he outlined his six rules for success. Trust yourself Break some rules Don't be afraid to fail Ignore the naysayers Work very hard Give something back http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuJ4hbkLiY0 Right on, Arnold!
We live in some interesting times, don't we? We're more than happy to share private information with all kinds of strangers online, but we can't be bothered to share our private thoughts with our spouses. Too busy for that... It's no wonder the divorce rate keeps increasing. We talk (a lot) but we don't listen. … Continue reading These modern times
Exercise today is in bad shape. This is not because people are exercising too little, or because the general public's perception of exercise is disdainful. We are being inundated with reasons to exercise these days. Virtually all magazines are full of large-type promises: a leaner waist, tighter abs, bigger arms, etc. The list goes on … Continue reading Finding the right resolve for exercise
So you've had it with yourself. You've decided it's high time you started to exercise. You've heard about all the benefits: increased energy and stamina, better health, more strength, and of course, a better looking body. But you don't know where to begin, and simply deciding that you're going to drop 20 pounds or add … Continue reading How to keep your exercise goals