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How to Stop Being Lazy – Instill Self Discipline and Run Your Own Life

How to Stop Being Lazy – Instill Self Discipline and Run Your Own Life

When my wife and I first got married, I was lazy…I mean really lazy.

It wasn’t just that I didn’t wash dishes or do laundry…I didn’t even take my dishes to the kitchen and my laundry piled up on my floor.

It wasn’t that I was busy, I was just lazy. You know the drill: TV, video games, internet, repeat.

Now, I work full time for the military, run 15 miles per week, lift weights 5 hours per week, write for an hour each day and still manage to help my wife with the dishes and the laundry. Did I mention we are a family of 6 and family time is also very important to us?

So, what changed? Did the military instill this discipline in my life? Not really…

How to Eat Healthy and Still Spend Less Than $400/Month on Groceries

How to Eat Healthy and Still Spend Less Than $400/Month on Groceries

​​Heart disease is a killer. So is type 2 diabetes.

Anyone can get these diseases, but you can greatly reduce your chances by eating a healthy diet.

So then why don’t we all eat healthy meals every day?

Well first off, because fatty, ​processed, high-carb​ food tastes great, despite how it makes you feel.

But ​it’s also about price, right? Eating healthy is expensive. But it doesn’t have to be.​

​Our family of 6 spends less than $400 on groceries each month​. It wasn’t always like this, it takes strategy and planning.

Here are some unique things we have done that you can do too, to eat healthy and save money…

Do You Really Have to Practice New Habits Every Day for Them to Stick?

Do You Really Have to Practice New Habits Every Day for Them to Stick?

​Every time I read about creating new habits, the term “daily habits” always pops up.

You’ve probably heard it before…

“You must do this habit every day to make it stick”​.

“Your new habit should be a daily practice“.

​I always had the question: “Does that really mean every single day?” Even weekends and holidays?

I’ve finally figured out the best way to approach new “daily habits”.

Let me share what I’ve learned…

How Rich Are You?  The Line Between Giving and Guilt

How Rich Are You? The Line Between Giving and Guilt

I am rich. Like really rich.

Am I a millionaire? Nope. Not even close. So how am I rich if I’m not even a millionaire?

Let’s start with what “rich” really means. Here are the first couple definitions:

1. having a great deal of money or assets; wealthy.
2. plentiful; abundant.

Obviously the definition is subjective and open for interpretation, but I think it’s reasonable to use percentages here.

So who would be considered rich? The top 30 percent? The top 25 or 20 percent? 15?

Let me show you where I’m at, where you are and how we should approach about giving…

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 2

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 2

This is Part 2 of 2 in a series. Read Part 1 here.

As we were talking about in Part 1…

We all want to be reading more, but it’s hard to find the time.

Reading is one of the main ways we grow and learn.

If you want to get better at something, read about it. But you know that.

The problem is that it’s hard to find the time to actually do it.

Let’s continue with the next 6 strategies to read more books this year than most people read in their entire life…

How to Overcome Struggles, Be Happier and Take Control of Your Life

How to Overcome Struggles, Be Happier and Take Control of Your Life

Do you want to figure out one of the key to happiness and overcoming life’s crap?

Stop taking yourself so seriously. I’m serious.

If you’re serious about your goals and your dreams, it will serve you well to relax a little.

I’m not telling you to lose your discipline or stop pouring yourself into your life. What I am telling you is that it’s ok to have fun.

What am I talking about? Let’s start with your finances…

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 1

How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life – Part 1

“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.” -Groucho Marx

You’re already setting goals and deciding what you’re going to accomplish? Great! What better way to start the year…

We all want to be reading more, but it’s hard to find the time.

Reading is one of the main ways we grow and learn.

If you want to get better at something, read about it. But you know that.

The problem is that it’s hard to find the time to actually do it.

Here are the first 6 strategies to read more books this year than most people read in their entire life…

Are You Letting Fear Control Your Finances?

Are You Letting Fear Control Your Finances?

​​Do you know what could be the most influential part of your finances?

The thing that causes you to spend money and save money. The thing that can easily put you in debt.

Possibly the most common marketing tactic in the world.

Do you know what it is? It’s fear. Often fear of the unknown and, more often, fear of things that never actually happen.

Are you letting fear control your finances? You may not even realize it.

It’s time to stop letting fear spend your money for you.

Let’s look at how fear can control your finances and how you can take control…

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