Studies have found that focusing on improving one area of your life with a proven system leads to amazing results faster than you would imagine possible.
How do you ideally see your life unfolding when it comes to your health and relationships? How about your finances? Your career? Are you interested in achieving your vision?
These are all important questions to ask yourself. But most importantly, are you committed to achieving your goals and dreams?
My first mentor and coach, Alan Brown, said to me: "If you’re interested in achieving a goal, you’ll only do what’s most convenient. You’ll likely come up with stories and excuses as to why you don’t want to do the work necessary to grow and to learn what you need to learn. But if you're committed, you will do whatever it takes."Read More >
The word “failure” just sounds bad, right?
Failing a test, or a class, or a failed marriage . . .
What about a failed business?
(Probably not much fun either.)
Here’s the good news: “failures” are great opportunities to learn.
No matter what you try, your chances of getting it right the first time are slim.
Think about a sport or game you play. If you play against great players, you’ll lose a lot at first. If you keep playing with them, you’ll improve to their level.
Leveling up is almost always uncomfortable, and necessary.
These 11 entrepreneurs are a great example of what can happen if you make it past the challenges.Read More >
Tens years ago, I was about 60 pounds overweight. I was feeling pretty lousy, as you can probably imagine . . . so I decided that I was going to lose the excess weight once and for all.
I lost 10, then 15, then 20 pounds . . . But unfortunately, I gained it back. I wasn't willing to give up, so I tried again. The problem was, I'd lose it, then gain it back, lose it, gain it back.
Do you know what I'm talking about? Has this ever happened to you?
It's the yo-yo diet syndrome. I just couldn't get lean and fit. And I wasn't getting any healthier in my attempt.
I needed some serious help so I hired Ari Witten, one of the leading exercise and nutritionist energy experts in the world, to help me understand what was I doing wrong.Read More >
What’s your biggest fear? Heights? Snakes? Airplanes? Snakes on planes?
Most of us can think of a couple things that send shivers down the spine. But have you ever stopped to wonder where the fear came from initially?
Do you believe it's possible to make 2021 the best year yet? Well, it is . . . and now’s the perfect time to start planning for it.
But before you start setting your epic goals for the year, check this out . . .Read More >
Do you have a love-hate relationship with the holidays?
Like you can’t wait to indulge in the eggnog and sugar cookies . . . and buy everyone the best gifts, but know you’re going to regret it when it’s finally time to remove the Christmas sweater and pay off your credit card debt?
Some people treat the holidays like a hibernation period and go all out. They’ll worry about bikini season and bills when the snow melts. Other people abstain from the festivities and consumerism with the discipline of a Buddhist Monk.
What if there was a way to indulge and enjoy without missing out altogether? Keep reading to learn how you can create the ultimate sweet spot for your holiday festivities.Read More >
In the past decade, ground-breaking research has revolutionized our understanding of the human brain.
And with all of this new information we can, for the first time, learn to harness our
Knowledge is power, and your ability to understand the way your brain operates can give you a definite edge in your efforts to live a healthy, happy, remarkable life.
The real trick to making any change is simply to get your brain to cooperate with you. And you can do this by rewiring your brain for personal success.
Remember, your brain is in charge of helping you to accomplish your goals and dreams. It's in charge of overcoming your fears, limiting beliefs, and negative self-talk.Read More >
What's your current understanding of money? For the most part, it's just paper, right? But what else is it?
Money is energy. And it's an exchange of energy that's tied up in complicated emotion and systems of belief.
Ready to learn more about what money is exactly? Once you understand money, you'll be able to make more of it. Find out what you're missing . . .Read More >
Do anxious thoughts sometimes work you into a panic?
What about the fears or phobias that keep you from enjoying your life to the fullest?
Well, you need to look no further for a solution to your anxiety related issues. In this ultimate guide to reducing anxiety, we'll be sharing with you a few of the top, research-proven techniques for eliminating anxiety by reducing your worry and stress, enhancing your peace of mind, and optimizing your mental, emotional, and physical environments to create lasting change, and hopefully, reduce your anxiety . . . maybe even kick it to the curb for good!
Sound good? Keep reading . . .Read More >
Have you ever missed out on an opportunity because you were afraid?
Fear is an insidious obstacle. Sure, it used to keep us alive back in the days of dwelling in caves when large, predatory animals wanted to eat us for dinner.
There's no doubt about it, having a heightened awareness, stress hormones, and a clear focus saved many of our ancestors' lives.
But nowadays, there aren’t as many real threats to our immediate survival. Inside your brain, however, you have the same fear circuit that your cave-drawing ancestor had.
So instead of freaking out upon spotting a saber-toothed tiger, your body responds to more modern terrors (i.e., fear of public speaking, fear of failure, fear of rejection).
The trigger is different, but the response is the same. Your subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between something that's real or something that's in your imagination.
Everybody can set goals . . . and most people do. Our brains love goals!
What about you? Do you ever daydream about making a bunch of money doing what you love? Do you have goals for living a joyful, meaningful life with your family and friends by your side?
Goal setting, in fact, was one of the earliest functions of the human nervous system. It helped to trigger movement toward food. Primitive goal-seeking mechanisms were part of our ancestors’ ingrained program . . . and the key to our survival as a species.
But we all need to stop setting goals the old fashioned way and start focusing on the neuroscience of goal achievement instead.
How do we do this?