The 3 stages you must go through to achieve your TODAY resolution. (Part 2/2)

Part 1 covered the WHY, part 2 covers the HOW. We’ve all been there. Time to make a change. January 1st rolls around, the gyms fill up... and by February all the people who were so committed to getting fit and healthy a month ago, vanish. All of the people who vowed to quit smoking …

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You are going to fail your New Year’s Resolution. (Part 1/2)

People get in the habit of starting to think about their New Year's Resolutions in November and December, saying “I really want to start writing/swimming/studying/exercising/reading more in 2017” , as if the date January 1st is a magical date that makes it easier to reset and start anew. Now some people don't really care about …

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The question I ask myself after a crippling failure

        Guess how many games we won my first year coaching lacrosse? Hint: There are 12 games in a season. One. We went 1-11 my first year. It wasn’t really anybody’s fault, though as the coach it was my job to take responsibility. We had a tiny team both in size and …

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The worst thing a potential entrepreneur can (not) say about their idea.

As a person with entrepreneurial tendencies I try to run in a lot of circles with idea people. Commonly,  I’ll meet someone at an event or gathering and over drinks (which is a fancier way of saying in between flip cup games let’s be honest) we’ll start talking about our ideas. These idea conversations about …

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