How to Take Control of Your Subconscious Mind

Richard ArthurAdvice

Today, you’re going to discover one of (if not the) most profound realizations I’ve had in my life—and almost all of it occurs on a subconscious level. To get the most out of this new insight, you need to first understand the “Pareto Principle.” The Pareto Principle: An Italian economist named Vilfredo Pareto stumbled onto this idea in the early … Read More

24 Hours without Technology and Food

Richard ArthurAdvice

When was the last time you turned off your phone, computer, and TV for an entire day? And when was the last time you went 24 hours without eating?  If the answer is “I don’t know” or “never,” you need to consider a day of discipline like this… Recently, I went on a 24-hour fast – abstaining from all technology, … Read More

How to Use Neuro-Linguistic Programming To Take Risks

Richard ArthurAdvice

We get a lot of questions about neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). It has been described as a “subconscious brain science.”  To understand NLP more, imagine a door: On one side of this door, is everything we see and know — the world in our eyes. On the “other side” is everything we can’t see, and don’t know: Uncertainty Unsolved problems Unexpressed … Read More

How to Not Be Overwhelmed

Neil StraussAdvice

The other day I was talking to someone who was completely overwhelmed with her email. She told me that she was constantly receiving emails ALL the time, and this took away her time from everything else in life. I asked her… Do you have any boundaries around your email? She wasn’t sure what I meant, so we drilled a bit … Read More

The “Why” Behind Your Big Ideas

Richard ArthurAdvice

Let’s talk about your big idea… I’m assuming you have one (or many)… And the steps usually look like this: 1) You come up with the idea. 2) You set out to figure out how to do it, how everything would work… 3) But then you rationalized that you couldn’t do it, so you move on to the next big … Read More

Back to School: Thank a Teacher Challenge

Brian FishbachAdvice, Challenge1 Comment

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It’s early September. The northern hemisphere still has a month left of summer, but for many people, this week marks the end of summer—back to school season. While we are busy putting so much emphasis and excitement on ourselves and our children as students, the people who get overlooked most at this time of year are the teachers themselves. As … Read More

How to Layer Your Time So You Can Accomplish More

Neil StraussAdvice

Today’s blog post is going to help you blow through a common excuse people make… An excuse that sabotages your progress and your life–and it’s so common, even I’m guilty of making this excuse from time to time. The excuse is: “I don’t have enough time to work on that right now.” And by “that,” I mean a new skill, … Read More

Taking Care of Yourself Is Not Being Selfish: A 3-Hour Challenge

Brian FishbachAdvice, Challenge

“Can you spare 3 hours today?” If someone asked you for 3 hours of your time today, what would you say? Probably, “hell no,” or a well-worded excuse. But what would you say if you asked yourself for 3 hours of productivity today? We’d all say yes. But how many of us will actually give ourselves that time? Much of … Read More

What Do You Want to Create and Why Haven’t You Done It?

Neil StraussAdvice

Humans have a deep desire to create and to build. We rose to the top of the food chain because of our ability to create. And I know from personal experience, the most satisfaction I feel comes after periods of creation. But today we are all dealing with a very serious problem… There is a major suppression and misdirection of … Read More

Life Balance and a Five-Year Plan

Richard ArthurAdvice

Having a more balanced life should be a goal on its own, and this blog post will show you a simple way of making progress on that front. While most goals are overly ambitious, unrealistic, and without a plan, the singular focus and obsession of reaching one goal can be detrimental. It can lead to imbalance in life, and living … Read More