Be. Do. Have.

My family and I recently decided to spend seven months in New England. For a man born and raised in Southern California, the change couldn’t be more drastic. We live by the beach, and although the sun is out and the views along the shore are incredible, the weather is in the low 40’s. For me, this is cold. Bone-chilling cold. As much as I want to blame the weather for my desire to…

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Your Inner Superhero

We all have one. That version of ourselves that does the right thing at the right time, always has the perfect thing to say no matter what the situation, and oozes charisma like an active volcano oozes lava. We tend to imagine what it would be like to be that person. We imagine what our life would be like. We imagine what we’d feel like. We picture ourselves, head carried high, walking around our hometown, and…

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You are where you are because of the choices you’ve made.

I am where I am today – good or bad… because of the choices I’ve made. That’s it. You are where you are because of the choices you’ve made. If you’re not happy with where you are, then it’s time to make some better choices. In business. In your health. In your mindset. In your relationships. Really, it’s that…

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Are you willing to pay the tax?

I’m not talking about your income tax or your business tax. We’re talking about the success tax. Look. Everyone wants success in their life. No one is sitting on the couch excited that they aren’t successful. They may claim that to their friends, but the truth is everyone wants success… yet very few are willing to pay the success tax. I heard a story from a successful entrepreneur who said that envisions…

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The Secret Is The Thermostat

The heater doesn’t kick in until it’s cold. At my house, the thermostat is set for 70. The temperature falls below that, then the heat kicks in. We like it that way in our home, and my wife and I are also conscious of the other thermostat in our minds. Our mindset can be like a thermostat – changing when we hit highs or lows in our thinking. A typical example of this is the entrepreneur who is doing well…

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Narrow Minded

It’s incredible how narrow-minded I can be. I was reminded of this recently when I had a conversation with someone else. He was a business owner. His business was as a distributor for an MLM supplement company. He was “all in” and on cloud nine with the possibilities of his new venture. I asked who his ideal dream client was – someone in the fitness or health industry with a following, he responded after some thought. “Awesome. How much is…

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The Relationship Trap

“I want to leave her.” “If we continue down this path, we’re going to end up splitting up.” “I feel like I’m settling.” The above comments are just a few that I’ve heard this past week. Mostly from men, since I primarily work with businessmen, but the conversation is similar when I talk to women as well. These conversations start off with a lot of charge to them. You can feel the anger and resentment towards their partner. Not…

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Imposter Syndrome

“I’m going to start doing live videos, but first I need to get the right background.” That’s what I used to tell myself. Then, when the background was right, it became about the lighting. When the lighting was right, it became about the energy… “I’m too tired, so I’ll film tomorrow.” We all go through some version of this right? I did and still do today, just not about video. We call it Imposter Syndrom. It comes down to…

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Feeling Overwhelmed

Do you ever feel overwhelmed? I certainly do. When I’m overwhelmed, I’m not the best version of me. I’m usually moody, easily upset, and I often find myself getting tired. Sometimes I just say fuck it, let’s go grab a drink and call it a day. This isn’t the best version of me. The feeling of overwhelming comes from reaching too far. It comes from trying to do more than I actually think I can do and ultimately leads…

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Using Reminders On Your Phone As Your Personal Coach

Making big changes in life is all about hitting singles. My brother used to tell me that about business (and he’s right), but this also applies to making changes in other areas of your life as well. It’s the little things, done consistently, that provide lasting change and produce the greatest results over time. Let’s take weight loss for example. If you want to drop 10 pounds, then do you try to spend 12 hours a day for three days…

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