Tag Archives: choice

The Personal Costs of Inaction

The Personal Costs of Inaction

Today’s big idea is that if there’s something that you’re wanting to do, or needing to do, and you’re not doing it, a good way to get yourself motivated is to think about the personal costs of inaction and the… more →

Your Ripple Effect

Calculate Your Ripple Effect to Get Yourself into Gear

Today’s big idea is that sometimes it takes thinking about how your actions have a ripple effect on other people to really get yourself into gear. And usually, when we are avoiding doing something, we’re just thinking about ourselves—why we… more →

Nutrition and stamina are keys to good health.

Nutrition and Stamina–Eating Foods that Fuel You

There are lots of different ways to build your nutrition and stamina. From adjusting your mindset, to getting good sleep, to eating the foods that fuel you up instead of deplete you. That’s why today I’m talking with the Queen… more →

love

3 Ways to Give and Get More Love

Dionne Warwick sang it in 1966 but it’s still every bit as true today: What the world needs now is love, sweet, love. Aside from making you feel all warm and fuzzy, love is a force that compels us to… more →

One Question to Help You Get Out of Indecision

As a naturally non-decisive person, I can say this with confidence: Indecision is a subtle form of self-torture. You think about that choice even when you’re not thinking about it. It’s there, waiting for you, when you wake up in… more →