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Why Are You Waiting?

Years ago, I bought a book on how to be more proactive and stop putting tasks off for later. Staring at the book on my desk now, I hope the universe likes irony, because I still haven’t gotten around to reading it. Sometimes, it makes me laugh. Other times, when I really let myself think […]

Courage, Character, and a Sense of Duty

Having taken the dive headfirst into the Mental Fitness Challenge, I’m starting feel it’s both a blessing and a curse. The blessing is obviously that I get to become the best version of myself I possibly can be. The curse? I have to grow. Developing a Spine The saying goes that a wishbone will never […]

13 Resolutions for Life

Leadership expert and author Orrin Woodward’s book RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for Life is hands down one of the best leadership books written in recent history (or ever, but I could be biased). As Orrin discusses below, some of the inspiration for the book came from three 18th century colonial Americans who made a difference in […]

Take the Challenge

Have you taken the Mental Fitness Challenge yet? One week since its launch, and already I’ve seen the positive impact of the Mental Fitness Challenge in myself and in others. As leadership expert Claude Hamilton writes, “The LIFE products provide the tools to change yourself for the better so that you can live the life […]

The Mental Fitness Challenge: Assess Yourself!

You know when you get a new toy, and suddenly it’s all you want to play with? With the explosive launch and viral buzz of the Mental Fitness Challenge, it’s hard to believe I’ve only been at this for a few days, but it’s been a blast! During a conversation with leadership expert and LIFE […]

Onward to a Million!

Anyone who has spent any time around or listening to LIFE founder and leadership guru Orrin Woodward knows that he’s had a decade-long (or longer) vision of positively changing a million lives. Given the resources Orrin had when he first birthed the dream, I’m sure most people wrote him off as crazy or delusional. Now, with […]