One Minute at a Time
For us, it is often one minute at a time. All we know to do is just ... This is why I write you guys so often. Without the chance to get some of this stuff off my chest… I think I’d go mad. Thank you for caring enough to listen. August 15, 2011 I ...
How do you choose to win?
What draws you to the sport? Isn't it a rather lonely road to go down? How do you stay motivated ... A typical day in my life involves 8 hours of work, 6-8 hours of sleep, 2 hours of cooking, 2 hours of training and the rest of the time is split between ...
How to take back your time
Problem 1: Lack of clarity on what you wanted to do. Solution: "Never arrive home without a clear sense of the top two or three items you want to accomplish," Saunders says. No, you don't have to plan every minute ... When your time is up, turn the ...
6 Content Tips: How To Write When You Have Nothing To Write About
75% of the time ... the video or podcast in question. If you do any internal training sessions of 15 minutes or more, record those and get them transcribed, too. It’s like you’re writing without having to write. If you’ve transcribed a video ...
How to Become a Powerhouse Blogger in Just 15 Minutes!
We hear it all the time: "Do you have a blog ... ideas-for-june/ Time yourself. Allocate 15 minutes a day to blogging. Once you have the ideas down pat, it should be much easier to sit down and write a post. The key is to plan, plan, plan.