Why I feel like punching jerks again…

I stole that headline from Tim Ferris’ fantastic post: Why I Started Punching Jerks Again. No other title made sense to what I’m about to write. In as many weeks I’ve managed to ruffle some feathers with a couple of goons in the gym (which it seems is somewhat festered with these unique personalities, thankfully not… Read More

Creating content doesn’t have to be complicated…

Or so I thought… but I’m get dumbed out when it comes to creating content. Primarily because my mind goes into a deep analytical state that sort of freezes my system in a (what seems like) permanent state of shock! That’s the reason why I loved the Document vs Create analogy. It’s convenient and doesn’t… Read More

A workaholic’s super-short guide to surviving family time…

Is a massive commitment! It’s almost midnight and I haven’t done anything near “productive” since 3 this afternoon! It sort of bothered me for the first couple of hours but then I just let go (which as some of you know can be a struggle for me). And boy, what a relief it was! Loosening… Read More

Here’s why I try not to miss a single day…

Of posting a blog… Of doing some form of physical exercise… Of coaching someone or getting coached myself… Of reading… Of spending quality time with family… no matter how small that is… Of asking myself my set to daily questions… I can’t miss these because of my habits. Building them up took a toll on… Read More

Never sacrifice your personal life for your work

Life’s got weird ways to send you reminds… today it came from Niklas Goeke through his outstanding book summary site — four-minute books! I found this whilst reading yet another summary (my way of reviewing/reaffirming the big ideas after having read the books) of The One Thing. “Imagine life is a game in which you are juggling… Read More

Alternatives to the Warrior Diet

The other day I shared about the modified Warrior Diet that I’m following. It’s pretty solid to cover all my bases but in case you’re wondering if there’s an alternative to undereating/fasting (WD isn’t fasting by the way) up until the final meal for the day. Honestly, many ways to skin the cat and a… Read More

How tracking progress daily can help you become good at absolutely anything!

Disclaimer: follow the advice below at your own risk… if you stay at it long enough, it just works! I won’t rant about the reasons why you should track progress daily or how beneficial it can be for you. There’s enough anecdotal and empirical evidence out there. And I won’t even bother hyperlinking for reference.… Read More