Switch It Up

I just want to live long, avoid health complications that will cause me and my family pain, to look good at the beach, and to let off steam. But switching up the way in which I accomplish that was necessary to my ability to succeed in those goals.


Don’t Burn Out Already.

I'm writing this on the stationary bike in the gym this morning. It's empty. Do you want to know why? Because people set themselves up for failure. They set lofty goals. And there is nothing wrong with a lofty goal that matches solid determination. But when you mix the former with inconsistency, you're setting yourself … Continue reading Don’t Burn Out Already.

The Time It Takes

The time it takes to make yourself a bit better every day is worth it. it's easier to build strength than it is to repair brokenness. So build yourself up everyday, piece by piece. Apply for a job. Read a book. Write an article. Run a few miles. Because the alternative is rely on social … Continue reading The Time It Takes

What You Won’t Do Is…

What you won't do is maintain an incredible physique without eating right and working out. You won't keep an exemplary marriage without communication and compromise (quick shoutout to my gorgeous bride on my 1,0v3 post). And you won't have a thriving career without consistency and ideas. Consistency has accomplished much more than an idea ever will. … Continue reading What You Won’t Do Is…

Take Care

Drake has an album called "Take Care." The first track is called "Over My Dead Body."  Now, though this post has nothing at all to do with the lyrical content of Drake's album, it does center around the fact that, if you do not take care of your body, you will be dead sooner than you'd like. Last … Continue reading Take Care

Redirecting Your Energy

In life, we complete projects. We pay off debts. We reach goals. We lose things. And, in this completion/finishing, a void is opened up. As you see something coming to an end, it is critical that you begin planning on how you will replace it. What will you do so that a pointless (or worse, … Continue reading Redirecting Your Energy