Our resident health expert Tom Weber keeps finding research that affects your memory. Check out Tom's blog post on a quick and easy way to improve your own memory by controlling your sugar intake.
Tom Weber recently posted an article on his blog about new research showing that kids improve their grades with exercise. Check it out: http://www.thetomweber.com/exercise-makes-kids-smarter/
Tom found a great article to share that may entice you to start trimming that belly fat.
Tom Weber weighs in on new research on Brain Training Games on his blog:
I recently posted on Facebook a thought that helps me to stay focused on what’s most important to me…
Hold onto your goals lightly.
That post inspired someone to ask the questions.
“Could you elaborate? Doesn’t this go against that whole ‘magnificent obsession’ thing that Napoleon Hill describes?”
I love these questions and remain amazed and grateful for how freely we can all share thoughts and questions now. To answer the second question directly. No. That’s not my experience at all.
I love when I have a ‘magnificent obsession’ burning inside of me. Holding onto a goal ...
Last week, I was a guest instructor on the Train Your Brain Weekly Call. I was covering the topic of Managing Rapid Success and one of the first questions Jana asked me was what was my definition of success. I replied that I currently subscribe to Earl Nightingale’s definition that Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal (or something to that effect).
We went on to discuss that the reason I prefer that definition is because there is no finish line. It always leaves me striving to achieve more, and it inspires me to keep pushing to ...
It’s been a while since I put up a cycling-related post and then I was presented with an opportunity to share some love! Now some folks may think that this post is either A) lost in the shuffle of beginning-of-the-year-Goal-Setting posts or B) coming out too late as people should already have their goals in place. If you are one those, POO POO ON YOU! It’s never too late to take a look at your goals. Who knows, you might need to re-evaluate.
Over the last few weeks we have had several folks reach out to ask about their Keystone Goal. Questions have ranged from “What is it?” to “Why is it important?” to “How in the heck do I DO it?” I LOVE that people are asking. It shows that the concept is resonating and that folks are interested in improving their lives. They get that when they have clear, energizing goals, that will help them achieve what they want in business and in life.
In this post, I will attempt to more clearly define the Keystone Goal and where it lies ...
Crossing a thousand things off your to-do list, may feel great while you are doing it… but it’s often the reason why people are spinning their wheels and feeling so exhausted.
This video highlights one of my favorite effectiveness tools, The Daily Big Six
Here is the link to purchase Roger Seip’s best seller Train Your Brain for Success. This is my favorite new book of the year.
I’d love to read your experiences with committing to and using the Daily Big Six.
My first post on getting the 2-Hour Solution back into my life generated a lot of interest from folks. That is AWESOME! I’m glad to hear you feel like you have room for improvement. In the words of Roger Seip, “That FIRES me up!”
The first thing we should do is make sure you have a basic understanding of what the 2-Hour Solution is all about. In a nutshell, we are talking about taking a chunk of time and dedicating it to laying out how and where you will put forth effort within a specific window of time. It ...