You can thank your brain for protecting your multi-millennia old human ancestors, but you’ve gotta get it in check for the world we exist in today. You see… it’s not your brain’s fault that it’s a chronic liar. It’s just doing what it’s supposed to do – to keep you safe.
The world needs more love. The world needs more hope. The beauty in all of this is that we get to grow through the process. We must learn to navigate new paths and learn how to think differently.
Did you know that you can actually choose happiness? It’s true! And here are five simple ways that you can actively create MORE happiness in your life every day!
Are you the passenger or the driver in your life? Most people are passengers for a million and one different reasons. Drivers are far more rare, but the driver tends to make more out of life.
Willpower is like a muscle – it gets tired if you rely on it too much, and that can lead to quickly falling off track with your new habits. That’s where the power of HABIT comes in!
Most people don’t know this about Jordan… but he had a secret club called “The Breakfast Club.” He created an intentional, step-by-step plan to make changes, and hired a trainer and chef to help him.
When you’re finding yourself torn or paralyzed by the state of the world, the news, and the four walls of your home, go inward. How can you choose to make this the best possible, growth-oriented experience for yourself? I promise answering that question will help us all get through this with a lot more ease.
There’s just one thing that separates people who reach their goals from those who don’t… It’s their habits! And the best news is that YOU have incredible power to change them. All you need is a simple step-by-step strategy!
Many people are still struggling to take care of their health and fitness, despite all the time in the world. But if this time in quarantine has shown a lot of people one thing, it’s that time was never really the issue.
Have you felt overwhelmed trying to navigate the complexities 2020 has so kindly provided? In a social media world, it’s easy to look at other people and think they’ve got it all figured out. You are doing better than you think.