How (and When) To Motivate Yourself

A great article by Peter Bregman on how to maintain motivation and stay committed to a task when you’re in doubt and facing distractions. We waste a lot of time, energy, and focus second-guessing ourselves. Am I doing the right work? Is this project worthwhile? Is this employee going to work out? That moment-by-moment deliberation […]

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Starting, again.

I joined a new gym last year because of a move to a different town. It was one of the brand name gyms, marketing itself as a “health club”, everything to all people. Somewhere for the family to go swimming, enthusiasts to train hard, couch potatoes to watch TV, they even had a Nintendo Wii […]

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Finding Motivation

“If by setting one’s heart right every morning and evening, one is able to live as though his body were already dead, he gains freedom in the Way. His whole life will be without blame, and he will succeed in his calling… For existence is impermanent as the dew of evening, and the hoarfrost of […]

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The Morning Routine

The following performed in quick succession with 30sec rest periods between exercises, 3 circuits. Do each exercise by time (i.e. 30secs), not reps. Gradually increase time as body becomes more acquainted with routine. Crunches – Side to side, back does not touch floor for duration of exercise. Press-ups – Chest to floor, then full extension of […]

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