Getting the right job title, toilet cleaning, and physical fitness all in this week's edition of #TrendingThursday 2.0.
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.
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…
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
I workout 5-6 days a week. I mean, if I'm in town, I really workout. 4 days in the gym, 1-2 days outside doing functional work. And I've reached a good size, but I have not achieved the results I want because, guess what? I love food too much. And not the right foods. I'm not … Continue reading You Are What You Eat
We're back! It's Monday! Another start to another great week! Everything might not go perfectly but today plays a major role in how things pan out this week. It's not 10 AM yet so make sure you take time to pray or meditate, get some breakfast in your stomach, drink plenty of water, read something … Continue reading Redefine “Case of the Mondays”
Now, let me preface this post by saying it is just a suggestion. And it is a suggestion that I don't take but I'll explain why later. Many people, especially those who are just getting back to developing a workout regiment, would benefit greatly from having a workout partner. Having someone to hold you accountable … Continue reading Consider a Partner