April 4, 2016
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Get Your First Guest Blog Post Published

This week I had my first guest post published by another site. (You can check it out right here!) It was exciting for two reasons: first, it was an accomplished goal, which is always awesome. Secondly, I really liked the article, I felt as though it was really strong, and I was happy to have it out there for people to check out. I thought it was inspiring and made a good impression on those who have no clue who I am. I want to talk to you about how I accomplished that. First, from a practical standpoint, but even […]
February 10, 2016
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The 7 Key Ingredients to My Morning Routine

Almost without fail, every single highly successful person whom I study for the purpose of emulation says that they rise early with a purposeful routine. As the guru of early mornings, Hal Elrod says, “How we start our day determines how we create our life.” And so I begin my days with a sense of purpose. It has become clear to me that an early and purposeful morning is a common thread among those who have accomplished impressive things. It stands to reason, then, that if I want to do the same thing, I ought to emulate these actions. So […]
February 8, 2016
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Do You Envy or Do You Emulate?

It’s a question of resource allocation. You possess finite time and finite energy. Will this time and energy be spent on frustration: gainless comparison between your journey and the journeys of those whom you admire? Those who may be a little further down the road than you? We all have our eyes on a few folks who have what we want, who have accomplished that which we aspire to, maybe they act the way we wish we could, or they’ve won awards we want to win. It’s okay to admire. It’s okay to aspire. But don’t do so at the […]