Is the exhortation Don't Stop different than Keep Going? I often hear people saying that the best way to reach a goal is to keep going. As I was out running the other day, I wanted to reach my goal, to run five miles, but the idea of keeping going seemed too hard. I didn’t have the … [Read more...] about Whatever you do — don’t stop [VIDEO]
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In today's video blog, I share with you what I learned about business and motivation, as well as the hidden reserves we all carry with us in every situation, simply by running four miles this morning. Here’s a brief summary of what I share in the video – three lessons I learned while out for … [Read more...] about I Ran Four Miles – What I Learned About Business and Motivation
Starting is the hardest part. Do whatever it takes to start. Momentum coaching teaches us a lot. For example, that first half-mile is a real killer. It’s hard to get your body going; it’s hard to get your brain going. But, once you start to move, you begin to gather momentum toward your … [Read more...] about Starting Is The Hardest Part [VIDEO]
It’s so easy to come up with a million excuses to not do something. Success coaching has taught me the trick is to come up with just one reason why you should do it anyway. This morning before heading to the gym for my 30-minute boot camp class, I made the decision that after class I’d go for a … [Read more...] about Excuses Get You Nowhere [VIDEO]
I shot a video for you this week, about productivity coaching. In it I talked about how humbled I was after my morning run. Don’t bother scrolling down to view it. There is no video here, just an image of one. You see, I played the video before sending it to my assistant. It was awful. The … [Read more...] about Why I am disappointed in myself
A couple of years ago I was concerned about becoming an “empty nester”. Well, here I am three years later, and over all of that time, I only had an empty nest for three months. You may remember that Eric started college only to come home a semester later and get a job. He was home for a … [Read more...] about Do you worry prematurely?