One of the key things that can pretty much sabotage any chances of getting success are bad habits that hold you back. I don’t just mean bad habits like smoking … Continue Reading Time for Breaking Bad (Habits)
Sometimes transforming your life for the better comes down to changing your mind. Now, I don’t mean being indecisive; I mean by changing your negative mindset for a positive one.
Circumstances make it sometimes hard or impossible to go to the gym or train at dedicated venues. For some people it’s the lack of time, for some it’s about the … Continue Reading Training at Home: How Do You Find The Motivation?
When you’re working toward a weight-loss goal, stepping on the scale and discovering you’re a few pounds lighter can motivate you to keep focusing on healthy habits. However, fluctuations on … Continue Reading How Can I Lose Weight Fast?
I’ve talked with a lot of people, and what I found out was a surprise. I’ve asked non athletic people is they think that talent is enough and that’s way … Continue Reading Talent Isn’t Enough. This is Why Some Athletes are actually the Best!
Change, as you know, can take time. It takes practice to un-learn things, to relearn things, to work at finding the path and staying on it until the changes come. … Continue Reading Tips to Change Your Mood Right Now
Jiu Jitsu, more particularly the more combative and competitive branch of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), has become increasingly popular around the world.
Creative visualization is a technique using your imagination to create and visualize scenarios in the mind’s eye.
Everyday we hear about successful stories and role models. Every one of them different and unique in its own way. But yeah, you guessed it: all success stories have … Continue Reading Lesson to Learn from a Successful Person
This one is all about appreciation and gratitude. We all have that mental list of people who create things that bring us joy – artists, musicians, writers, and others – … Continue Reading Appreciation and Gratitude
People value short-term rewards instead of long-term benefits, a behavior known as ‘time inconsistency”.