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OK, calling this a “lost art” is a bit of hyperbole, because there are some people who actually rest these days. But I don’t believe most people do it anymore. I could rail about the age of distraction (I’ve done that before), and social media and devices. Yada yada, you’ve hezard it from me and many others. But whatever the reason is, we rarely rest anymore. Think about it: when you get a break, what do you normally do? Go on your phone or computer? Check messages or social media or your favorite websites? Watch video online? That’s how most people spend their breaks — myself included. I’m part of this...More
Almost every day someone asks me, “If I only have time to do one exercise to build mental strength, what should I do?” My answer is always this: practice gratitude. It’s the fastest and simplest way to develop mental muscle. It doesn’t cost anything. It only takes a few minutes of your time. And anyone can do it. How gratitude changes your mindset...More
One of my favorite ways to learn is by studying people who have been on this planet for seven decades or more. One of those people is my grandfather, who’s 87 years old, and still takes care of himself. I also met several highly successful entrepreneurs through my father, who I’m working with since 2010. I had the opportunity to start a business with my dad, and that automatically put me in the presence of great business people and investors.More
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle is credited with saying these 15 famous words. And for most of my life…I didn’t believe him...More

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