Here’s my thread on Steve’s Book, Do Hard Things. It’s a great read. Today, I want to share a filter for the “hard things” you might be
Tag : Personal Planning
Top Five Threads The 1st step is EASYBike Session (30/30s and Power Singles)When you feel you are behind financiallyGive your Self something useful
RADM Scott “Jonser” Jones Years ago, I wrote a book about Ironman Triathlon. At the back of the book, I put my email address and invited readers
I’ll send this out a little differently on Twitter here’s my profile over there. I’ve built online communities 4x and it gets easier each time.
A question I raised on Brad’s podcast, who’s your reference set?Who am I trying to impress? Last week, I wrote about my introduction to the
Unexpected mid-week power day. It’s hard to put a value on the ability to “drop everything”. What does the title of this piece bring to
Strength training is the ultimate long game.Each session moves me further away from what I’d be without it. I’m going to explain how I qualified
Act as if personal finance is a game where you only get ten tickets to play.Invest as if you are holding a checkbook with only a dozen checks
Every night, my son likes me to have a stuffy to keep me company. The love of children is a special gift. For medical-grade depression, best to see
Let’s cast our minds back to my 30-something self. He’s bought a house in Christchurch, covered his taxes/utilities by giving a room to his
You can follow me on Twitter. Likes, RTs and questions help guide my writing. Getting A Better Body Starting from scratchWith strength (12 min a day,
Yesterday, Monarch Mountain, Colorado. My capacity to spend a random weekday with someone I love… an essential wealth metric. Sometimes, we need
Needles District, Canyonlands NP. If you get to Moab then do yourself a favor and spend a night under the stars (with the moon down). This pic was
The 50m pool at Coronado – not a hardship posting! First person who took me here was Coach KP, 20-ish years ago. The Big Dog is always with me.
My kids love it when I dress up I view my negative emotions as feedback and, when they persist, I change my approach. My summer had some unpleasant