Many times in our lives we'll face extremely difficult, almost impossible challenges. Use the "Anchor Effect" to overcome those moments and become a better version of yourself.
Don't lose your childlike wonder. It could your ticket to a living a fulfilling life.
“The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus.”Bruce LeeTweet Focus on what you can control. Focus on what you can take action on. Focus on the people that you care about. Focus on what matters to you. Focus on your priorities. Focus on what makes you happy. Whatever your focus is, embrace it … Continue reading Focus on what matters to you
Finally, I've officially launched Kick Ass Letters, a crowdsourced weekly email challenge series to help people take action towards self-growth and personal development. I decided to create this project for many reasons, but the main one was to ultimately help people who may be struggling to find motivation and purpose in life. Why? Because this … Continue reading Kick Ass Letters is live!
For the past few weeks, I've been struggling with my identity. Social media has questioned me on what I'm doing and why I'm doing it. E.g. why do I get so damn bothered when someone unfollows me? I've found myself on LinkedIn and Twitter posting things that were sometimes true to my heart and sometimes … Continue reading Being true to myself
While driving to buy groceries, my wife and I were having conversation about how people change their careers. Some either move into an adjacent career, or some move into completely new ones. Then my wife said to me, "You managed to reinvent yourself though." It had me thinking, what does it mean to reinvent yourself. … Continue reading Reinventing yourself and your career to be happy
From corporate to running my own business, what my journey has been like
Don't let your past define you. You can rewrite your story and become you want to become.
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Saying goodbye to the ones you love
Happy Thanksgiving and happy holidays! And just like that, we're entering into December and inching closer to the next year. As I reflect on 2019, I realize just how much those around me have helped me in my personal and professional life. I'm very thankful to everyone who continues to support me. I wanted to … Continue reading Being thankful to those in your life
There's 24 hours in a day, 168 hours in a week, and 8,760 in a year. If we think about it, we spend most of our time either sleeping or working, with the rest of it spent on frivolous things like video games or watching tv. Not much productivity there. After my backpacking trip in … Continue reading Being intentional and more productive with your time
Left was me in 2010 where I let myself go, gained nearly 20 lbs and was at my highest weight ever. Right is when I decided to make a change and work out. What is motivation? So how do you be motivated to workout? What is motivation? Motivation is derived from the word motive which … Continue reading How to be (and stay) motivated to workout
“The framework I found, which made the decision incredibly easy, was what I called — which only a nerd would call — a “regret minimization framework.” So I wanted to project myself forward to age 80 and say, “Okay, now I’m looking back on my life. I want to have minimized the number of regrets … Continue reading The Regret Minimization Framework and how to apply it to your life
“Life is struggle.” I believe that within that quote lies the most important lesson in entrepreneurship: Embrace the struggle.” ― Ben Horowitz, The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers I read this book while I was backpacking through Southeast Asia in the scorching heat, mosquitoes poking me … Continue reading Build confidence by embracing the struggles