Just a reminder to practice courage in small ways every day!
Just a reminder that you can’t please everyone, but if you keep your head up and keep your eyes on your goals, you can learn to be happy with yourself!
Here’s an awesome post about moving from taking the talk to actually walking the walk!
How can I say this politely without offending anyone, hmm? Talk less and do more. Sounds easy enough, but guess how many people say they will do something and talk a big game, but when the time comes, hey.. they are still talking about it and yet haven’t taken any action.
We all like to talk about goals, talk about doing vacations and talk about losing weight, eating healthier, driving the speed limit, and what not, but as soon as the time comes where we need to take action, we don’t. We end up regretting it 30 days later and then end up starting where we were: talking a good game but still haven’t done shit about it. The majority of people who “talk” more are talking because they are hoping that someone will enable them to do it, give them a reason to do whatever it is they want…
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Here are some visual treats that you can enjoy without fear of cramming extra calories into your system. Enjoy! Tony
If you’ve ever felt like you don’t deserve to be where you’re at (in your workplace, in your school program, etc.) please give this a read. It was really good to hear that other people who are totally capable and worthy also doubt themselves and their abilities. But it doesn’t mean that doubting, negative voice is correct.
I cried in the middle of a class. Again. That’s happened more than I would’ve expected in my life. This time, it was a Friday morning, before a really important exam.
In medical school, we have these yearly exams to make sure that we kind of know what we’re doing when it comes to patient care. They’re called the OSCEs, pronounced Oss Skeez, (Objective Structured Clinical Examination). We go from room to room with “standardized patients” (actors) who pretend they have some disease and we have to diagnose them by asking the important doctorly questions or performing the right physical exams or we have to deliver a difficult diagnosis, depending on which room we’re in. This happens while 1 or 2 real doctors stare at us with judging eyes and clipboards where they make notes of all the things we messed up and all the reasons why we shouldn’t graduate…
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For Christmas 2015, my mom was really getting into walking and watching her calories, so I thought it would be a great idea to get her the new fitness tracker on the market – the FitBit Charge HR. In a testament to how similar we can sometimes be, my mom got me the same exact thing. It was even in the same color!
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Baran Wannamaker Founder & Owner of: Bearbody Living Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Health & Fitness and Successful Living Writer “If you always stay ready, you won’t ever need to get ready.” Being motivated to reach your goals 24/7 can be difficult at times, I know. Every journey will have its moments […]