We all have habits that we’d like to build. But we usually aim a little too high. If you understand that the building of the habit is in itself something to achieve, then building good habits will be easier. This article originally appeared on Medium. keep on reading »
I was recently on my friend Almog’s new podcast, which is called Unstagnate, and he did such a great job of researching, and teasing out the things I’ve been thinking about a lot lately that I just had to share it with you, which he was kind enough to let me do. keep on reading »
Dr. Terry Wahls is an inspiring example of turning a struggle into an opportunity, but I was more interested in her area of expertise.
You may have already seen the inspiring TEDx talk of Dr. Terry Wahl’s. She has MS, and was confined to a wheelchair for 4 years. But, using her knowledge of biology, Dr. Terry engineered a diet based upon paleo and ketogenic principles to feed the power centers of her cells. Now, she rides her bike to work, and is out of the wheelchair. keep on reading »
Whenever I’m searching for a recipe, I tend to search for the food item, then “simplyrecipes,” and I always find something healthy and delicious, with clear instructions and beautiful photos, all posted by our guest today, Elise Bauer. keep on reading »
A/B testing is a really hot topic in entrepreneurship. Fortunately, I think people have started to come to their senses with it. It’s not that it doesn’t work if you really know what you’re doing, but it can really lead you astray when you are early on in a project. keep on reading »
Our guest today is Ryan Holiday. Ryan is the author of a new book, Ego is the Enemy. How can your ego hold you back in your aspirations, your successes, and in your failures? Ryan covers it all in his book. keep on reading »