When I was young, I used to think……..what’s the point of writing a diary? That’s weird. If I were to write a diary entry, it would detract from valuable playing time. Some … Continue Reading The magic of keeping journals
A few weeks back, months even, in making that brain swole too. I shared with readers that I was about to read the book Decisive by Dan & Chip Heath. … Continue Reading A quick book review: Decisive (Chip & Dan Heath)
I love training. Sprinting, jumping, walking, lifting, stretching and well…..just moving. No better feeling than exertion – maybe even over exertion? (Dare I say it!) This obsession or relationship we trainees … Continue Reading Making that brain ‘swole’ too!
It’s now firmly February (NEWS FLASH!) And with that, I’ve now done what I set out to do way back in late December; to exploit the guidelines and theories in … Continue Reading Wrapping up 30+ days of paleo themed eating (closing thoughts and future directions)
When the new year was brand spanking new, I published a post that outlined my approach to the new year. I’ve written quite extensively about approaching the new year effectively. … Continue Reading Mid January check-in (digestion and paleo updates)
“The race is long………and in the end, it’s only with yourself” An extract from the 1999 song “Sunscreen” voiced by Baz Luhrmann. If you haven’t heard it or don’t know … Continue Reading Don’t lose your race whilst watching someone else’s
Blog feeds are busier than ever before, just trail the wordpress fitness feed and it’s littered with goal orientated posts and memes. Rather than add to the traffic with my … Continue Reading The problem with all these ‘resolutions’ and why they’re WORTH-LESS
Have a splendid Christmas! Enjoy every moment. We all know just how rapid the day itself expires. So be in the moment, spread happiness, joy, compliment the people in your … Continue Reading To all my amazing followers and readers:
Now what are they? That’s the 64 million dollar question! Technically you could say anything. But backtrack a second, “barely a month left” and “last minute goals”. Notice I didn’t … Continue Reading With barely a month left of the year………….there’s still time to achieve last minute goals!
Books are as old as human existence. Gaze back in time and you’ll see the presence of books littered throughout every century. The reading and digesting of books is the … Continue Reading The value of books and reading, why do some deem reading unpopular?
“How do you do that? That’s not normal!” “Why do you do that? That’s not normal!” Have you ever heard those questions? I’ve heard them many times, and let’s establish … Continue Reading “Normal” is a subjective term, don’t conform. Be abnormal!
Regret: feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that one has done or failed to do). Regret is a human emotion (of many) that can wreak such havoc, cause such discomfort … Continue Reading Regret erodes the soul…
T.E.A.M. Together Everyone Achieves More! A bright mind can shine, but it will never be able to match the luminosity of two great minds combined. Today’s quote is incredibly relevant to the … Continue Reading “None of us is as smart as all of us”: The power of T.E.A.M.
The great Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best. The great man was a library of entirely profound quotes, quotes that are in many ways eternal. The great Mr. Emerson sadly … Continue Reading If there’s one thing you should do……it is to do “YOU”
Momentum vs. Perfection – which yields more value? Do you wait for the stars to be in perfect alignment before you take action? As a chronic perfectionist and someone who has historically … Continue Reading Momentum vs Perfection
The quote for today comes from the great Ralph Waldo Emerson! A personal favourite of mine, particularly because it illustrates with great effect: the significance of forming a habit. A common … Continue Reading Quote for the day: