Wow. Finally saw a UFC fight that was worth staying up late to watch. (and trust me, this is an AMAZING feat of will power for me..) Now, regardless of whether or not you approve of Mixed Martial Arts I can tell you that there is some valuable lessons to be learned from this sport. After watching George St. Pierre continually improve as a fighter (he's the guy who … [Read more...] about Oreos, Back Pain and the UFC.
It's time to do everyone at your work a GIANT favor. It's time to get rid of "Cookie Tuesdays" and "Cake Thursdays" It's also time to get rid of the "Cookies and treats at every meeting" mentality. You CAN make it through an hour meeting without needing cookies... (Besides..conspiracy theorists think the cookies are just there to keep you sedated) If you are … [Read more...] about The Office
Some people are naturally big and strong, while some people will always be small. Some are short, and some are tall. But nobody was 'meant' to be fat. You can always improve. You can work within your strengths, and improve on your weaknesses, but you can't change you you are. But your body fat? That's not you. It's hiding you. I know this sounds 'new age', but it's … [Read more...] about Nobody was ‘meant’ to be fat.
Check out this POST regarding a General Mills Cereal ad from 1943 on the 'health benefits of Breakfast'...then give this a look.... Really, it's just like fashion... we just keep going in circles. BP PS- I don't hate breakfast. Not in the slightest. Pancakes and Bacon for me any day. The point is I don't like the implied message...which is Eat, Eat, Eat. … [Read more...] about 70 years later…and breakfast is still the target…
Imagine if other industries behaved like the health and fitness industry...using the same off-the-wall marketing and the same "action before education or preparation" mentality. Imagine this approach in...say... aerospace engineering: Speaker: And in conclusion, that is my theory on how to land a space shuttle quicker and more efficiently then ever before. Potential … [Read more...] about ‘In the Trenches’ Experience