Tag Archives: habits

Small Changes at Work Can Pay Off Big Time

Yep, I’m going to talk about small wins again. Remember why resolutions don’t last? Because they usually involve you biting off a bigger goal than you can chew. Focusing too much on a huge long-term goal, rather than on smaller short-term goals, is one of the most common reasons for quitting on lifestyle changes. That […]
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How (and Why) to Take Charge of Your Health

There comes a time in every man’s life when he has to decide whether or not he actually wants to take control of himself. Maybe you’ve already had that moment. Maybe some kind of crisis pushed you out of your complacency. Or maybe you’re still waiting for the universe to reach down a big cosmic […]
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Use Science to Kick a Bad Habit’s A$$

As I like to reiterate here on my blog, having a hero mindset doesn’t just involve looking after the people (both loved ones and strangers alike) who share the world around you. It also means taking caring of yourself mentally and physically, so you can keep yourself in a state of readiness to rise to […]
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How to Become the Best Version of Yourself

Contrary to what you might think, it doesn’t take much to be an everyday hero. At the most basic level, being a hero is about doing something to support, inspire, or uplift the people around you. Sadly, due to limiting beliefs, many of us never discover or unleash the best version of ourselves. We all […]
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Why You Need Gratitude, Not The Guru

Gratitude. It’s trendy now. It’s a buzzword on the lips of many a motivational speaker, life coach, and self-help personality. Heck, I talk about it all the time, too. I think it’s a great habit to adopt. But I also know gratitude is in danger of becoming a cliche. We’re being bombarded by the idea. Overexposure to people pushing […]
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Don’t Skimp on the Self-Love (Don’t Worry, You Won’t Go Blind)

You’re on a plane, getting ready to jet off on a long-awaited vacation. You sit back in your seat and sigh, imagining the adventures to come. Then, the inevitable happens: the bored, droning voice of a flight attendant begins to walk you through the safety speech. Yeah, yeah, you think. I’ve heard this a thousand times. […]
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Tap into the Power of Positive Sucking

I suck. And so do you. Okay, I think I need to elaborate a bit. There are times in life when we all suck. And by suck, I mean fail. Sometimes, you don’t get that dream job. You don’t win the heart of a particular romantic partner. You don’t make the sports team. You get the […]
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