Keeping regular workout motivation is hard. Here's my latest video on what to do about it (it's only 4 minutes, so give it a view!): Most of us can't seem to work out daily. We look on the internet for workout motivation. We keep searching for the right exercise gear, clothing, and right workout program. … Continue reading Why Workout Motivation Doesn’t Last
Hey folks, The more people I work with, the more I'm learning that people are interested in learning how to lose weight. There is just so much misinformation, myths, and craziness related to helping people lose weight. Diet pills, fad diets, silly exercise machines, and everything else in between. Real science, real evidence is ignored … Continue reading Health Series – Video 1
There’s a beauty in being a guest at a friend’s home. We feel comfortable and we love the company. There is no attachment to their home. There’s also an unspoken expectation at the end of the trip: When it comes time to leave, we can drop our attachment to that place and move on. We … Continue reading Be A Guest In Your Own Home: Letting Go of Attachment
Most of us never learn the Art of Travel and we're worse off for it. For many, taking vacations remains a stressful, painful, and exhausting experience. It doesn't have to be this way. Travel is supposed to be relaxing, rejuvenating, and even life-enriching. After all, that's what "Eat, Pray, Love" taught us, right? Isn't travel the antidote … Continue reading The Art of Travel: How I stopped hating my vacations and loving them instead
Changing what you do with your feet, forks, and fingers can prevent up to 90% of chronic diseases. But why do so few of us make these easy changes?
A Digital Health App Won't Help You Get Fitter, Live Longer, and Sleep Better Touted as the ultimate fitness app, the Fitbit is a marriage of digital health with wearable technology. The device and app sold by the millions. Turns out that Fitbit's heart rate tracking is dangerously inaccurate. Fitbit is meant to help you … Continue reading Why Digital Health Apps Won’t Save Us
Re: How To Become a Real Climate Change Activist and Save Your Nation President Mamau, this is an open letter to talk to you about climate change. It is heartening to hear about your recent move into a role of real power and responsibility to become the President of the Republic of Kiribati. After 12 … Continue reading A Letter to President Mamau on Climate Change
The following is a letter I wrote to President Anote Tong from the Republic of Kiribati. It was inspired by a conversation he had with Chris Anderson, the curator of the TED Conference. 11 January 2016 Re: Climate Change and Kiribati: The way we can all make a difference! Dear Mr. President Tong, It saddened me greatly … Continue reading An Open Letter to President Anote Tong from the Republic of Kiribati
I had originally decided to write this as a post with the best books I read in 2015, but ideas are a lot more general and books are not always the best place to get ideas. I hope these ideas serve you as well: 1. The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson This book was a game-changer … Continue reading Ideas in 2015
You may have heard the statistic that 70-80% of all new businesses fail within the first 5 years. This statistic is meant to act is a deterrent for you to venture out and experiment on your own. The unstated fact remains that while 70% of new businesses may fail within the first five years, but … Continue reading 70% of New Businesses Fail…so what?