One of the funnest parts of being a parent is providing experiences that open the curiosity and imagination of your kids. We live in such a brilliant time for opening-up our mind for what is possible. Our possibility, in large degree, is based on our context, not on our willpower.
“Success” isn’t just having lots of money. Many people with lots of money have horribly unhappy and radically imbalanced lives. Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate. So why won’t most people be successful? Why don’t most people evolve? The
If you look at your present and future selves as two different people, then your likelihood of making better decisions here and now will improve. Why is this? According to research done by Dr. Daniel Gilbert of Harvard, people are really bad at predicting who they will be in the future.
“The greatest form of maturity is at harvest time. This is when we must learn how to reap without complaint if the amounts are small and how to reap without apology if the amounts are big.” — Jim Rohn Don’t apologize when you succeed. Don’t complain or blame when you
“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues but the parent of all others.” — Marcus Tullius Cicero Life is harder now because our world is designed to distract us. Our world is more confusing than ever. This is no secret. Depression and anxiety rates are skyrocketing. Addiction is an
“When performance is measured, performance improves. When performance is measured and reported back, the rate of improvement accelerates.” — Pearson’s Law When most people think of accountability partners, they cringe. It feels like a lot of work. It feels hard, but it’s not. It’s essential to making extreme progress in your life.
Only 3% of Americans have written goals. Only 1% of Americans rewrite their goals on a daily basis. Giving yourself even five minutes per day to orient your life in the direction of your goals is the difference between success and average. If you don’t give yourself time, every single day, to orient your
When you study the lives of people who are the best in the world at what they do, you’ll notice one consistent theme: Recovery. In an interview, Mike Mancias, performance coach for basketball icon LeBron James, told Tim Ferriss, “Recovery never stops.” That’s the key to LeBron’s success. It’s the key to
#1: Luck shouldn’t be a factor in your mind The first of the three exciting facts is that “Luck” shouldn’t be part of the equation in your mind when setting a goal. When you’re thinking about something big you want to pursue, it can almost feel impossible from where you’re currently
“Hope looks forward. Faith knows it has already received and acts accordingly.” — Florence Shinn Getting yourself into the right mindset is your #1 job. You need to 1) know what you want and 2) know that what you want is already yours. Both parts are essential. You have to know