August 5, 2019

Have you ever considered that Forrest Gump is a brilliant story on the importance of action?

When Forrest Gump set out to run he didn’t plan his route. He didn’t say, “hey, I’d like to start running, let me read some books about how to run.” He didn’t stress over the be...

March 13, 2017


The previous post explored how Discipline Yields Freedom. It's the idea that through structure and regimen, one is liberated to make more choices. Check it out in our last post.

In this post we will explore how absent that structure, we begin to tax...

March 1, 2017

We struggle to make sacrifices because it's easier to do the thing we want in the moment.

“I should get to bed earlier but, the Oscar's!”

Let's analyze the above decision to stay up late. Is this displaying freedom? You're at the wheel, you're free to make that choice. B...

January 27, 2017

When the motivation wears off what then propels you to keep going? 

We've all heard many times, the first step toward change is admitting the problem but, then what? Are we left to do it alone? How can we stay the course when the inevitable obstacle arises? 


January 11, 2017

There have been many times I was inspired by a book I read, podcast I heard or video I watched and came away ready to start something new. Sometimes that new thing lasts a few weeks, many times it lasts only minutes before I think my way out of taking any action. 


January 2, 2017

Why habit change and success is about discipline and has very little to do with motivational memes.


It's all a trick. At least that's what I found. Searching for motivation, "if only something could push me, just enough to get me going..." 

I thought it was my role, m...

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