Learn from American Ninja Warrior Westley Silvestri what it takes to get 1% better every day, no matter what goal you’re pursuing.
“You do not rise to the level of your goals, you fall to the level of your systems.” – James Clear My guest today is …
American Ninja Warrior superstar Kevin Bull talks about how to develop the mental game of focus to overcome any obstacles that stands in your way.
People don’t buy what you do, they buy WHY you do it. Learn how to define and find your own unique why with ‘Find Your Why’ author David Mead.
“Life is too short to live it without Snickers ice cream pie” and other musings after training for American Ninja Warrior for 6 months.
Here are five life lessons from the most notorious bully in cinematic history to inspire you to take back your self respect and kick some ass like a true Cobra Kai.
Stop wasting time with bills and invoices and focus on your most important creative work by organizing and automating your personal and small business finances.
Television editor and father of two Zack Arnold is on a mission to optimize his health and participate on American Ninja Warrior. Is he nuts?
It’s time to be honest with yourself…when is the last time you and your smartphone were more than 5 feet away from each other?
Your smartphone is destroying your ability to focus and do creative work. Learn how to reverse your addiction using the app ‘Moment.’
If your livelihood depends on your ability to be creative and generate ideas, you don’t have the luxury of wasting precious mental energy and focus on meaningless tasks, busy work, and constant interruptions.
Work-life balance is the unicorn we all strive for right? Learn why this is the wrong approach and what to work for instead.
Learn the power of developing laser-sharp focus and determining your ‘One Thing’ with best-selling author Jay Papasan.
If you intend to be successful, your secret weapon is your ability to focus and do ‘Deep Work.’ Learn how with author Cal Newport
Learn the difference between being ‘busy’ and being ‘productive’ and how to begin the disciplined pursuit of “less but better.”