What do you stand for?
What do you stand for?
Hey, maybe we have a chance after all.
Once the staples for most people in their 20′s, major life events like buying homes, getting married, having children, and buckling down in careers have been pushed until their 30′s. With a decade of extra time, are we just wasting our lives?
The movie from the stereotypical dorm poster is more than just machismo – it offers authentic advice for living a better life.
85% of life’s major decisions happen by 35.
Your perception of life and who you are is largely influenced by the people you choose to be around.
CNN recently featured a comic strip from cartoonist Matt Bors on the endless bashing of the Millennial generation in the media. What are your thoughts? Agree? Disagree? Give it a read and let’s chat in the comments!
You can’t just sit around and wait for inspiration to strike. You have to go out and find it.
As we get older, we stop being told what to do and are forced to make ourselves take action. It can be hard, especially since not doing anything is so…easy. Here are 10 simple ways for growing your personal discipline.
Because getting up shouldn’t be the hardest part.
Ranked by Reddit as one of the best Ted videos, Mel Robbins explains how to stop being just “fine”.
The shared sensation of anxiety during an uncomfortable moment…it’s all in your head.
Not even Superman can do it all himself. Get to the Hall of Justice and plan your own league for life.
The trick to getting more done is tricking yourself to do more. Establish which one of these excuses you’re falling back on, and you’ll become more productive.
We allow people to convince us that something cannot be done just because it hasn’t been done before.
Focus on being happy, just for today. Then do it again tomorrow.
Are you the best man you can be?
The opposite of success isn’t failure, it’s practice.
Having a routine can help make your life easy. It can also make you very, very unhappy.
You never want to fail because you didn’t work hard enough.
Change can’t happen in our lives without…changing.
“Hard work” isn’t physical–it’s emotional.
When we don’t train for the surprisingly strenuous task of controlling our own thoughts and emotions, we can’t enforce any control over our attention, our reactions, and how we perceive our lives.
Many guys don’t think they can be an “alpha male” because they’re not arrogant jerks. There is another way.