For the past three years, I’ve been setting a yearly focus on my life. In 2014, I wanted to work abroad and travel as much as I could. In 2015, I wanted to read more than 100 books in a year. And in 2016, I wanted to work out every day of the year.
I’ve done those things. I love setting a yearly focus because it gives you a clear idea of what you want to do with your time. You’ll be surprised what you can do in a year if you put your mind to it.
This year, my focus is to write more books (even though it’s not going great, I’m still working on that). But at the same time, I also don’t want to stop reading and working out.
Every time I tell people I run, they ask: “Are you training for a marathon?” Or they ask if I’ve ever run a marathon. Somehow, most of us believe that running a marathon is the ultimate benchmark of running. I used to think that too. […]
Click here to download a copy of the drawing. I used to be a chubby kid. Most people thought that was cute. But it got out of hand when was in my early teens. At age 15 I weighed 230 pounds (105 kg). I was […]
After a busy day, it’s quite challenging to wind down and get ready for a good night’s sleep. When I didn’t have an evening ritual, often I found myself working, reading, or watching TV shows until late. And when you’re ready to go to sleep, […]