Category Archives: Habits

How to Do More In Less Time

on August 21, 2017 in Fitness, Habits, Tips

[See below for a special extra for my blog readers] My post on LinkedIn yesterday, “How to Do More In Less Time,” began How to Do More In Less Time Who doesn’t want to do more in less time? You get funded more and promoted faster. You learn more. You get more leisure time. I don’t know about you, but I’m lazy and full of excuses. So learning from a[…] Keep reading →

How to have a great conversation in Manhattan

on August 15, 2017 in Habits, Nature

Here’s how to have a great conversation in Manhattan that works every time. Take your compost to a compost station and talk to someone else dropping theirs off. To have compost to drop off means you’ve stored it in your small apartment, probably keeping it in your freezer, until one of the days the stations is open, before they pick it up. Then you have to carry it there and[…] Keep reading →

Why I get out of bed and make it in under a minute every day

on August 10, 2017 in Exercises, Habits, SIDCHAs

Each morning since November, from my alarm going off to my turning it off, I’ve gotten up, made my bed, and crossed the room to where my phone is. I wrote more about it in “How I Wake Up in Under 1 Minute Every Day: After decades of morning sloth, for 7 months I’ve gotten out of bed in under 60 seconds each day and loved it.” For a while[…] Keep reading →

WBECS questions and answers with me, live [video]

on July 13, 2017 in Exercises, Habits, Leadership, Tips

Earlier today I was live with the World Business and Executive Coaching Summit community, following up my webinar with them last month. We covered leadership, learning to lead, how to improve your leadership, and more. Check out the video:

A Millennial Making America Clean Again

on July 4, 2017 in Habits, Inc.com, Leadership, SIDCHAs

My Independence Day post on Inc. today, “A Millennial Making America Clean Again,” begins A Millennial Making America Clean Again He’s doing a simple, small, short term act that makes a difference and is leading to more. Will you follow? I love Independence Day. I don’t eat hot dogs, nor do I care that much for fireworks. I celebrate July 4th by reading and writing about influential Americans and American[…] Keep reading →

More reasons burpees are lazy

on July 3, 2017 in Fitness, Habits, SIDCHAs

People describe the burpees I do as a lot and hard. While the number, approaching 100,000, is big, for six-and-a-half years, it’s not that many. I keep trying to reconcile the disparity. Here’s how I look at it. If burpees are the single best exercise, which fitness experts have said, and if they aren’t the best, they’re close, then doing them is an efficient way to stay fit. In other[…] Keep reading →

I Do Burpees Daily Because I’m Lazy and Full of Excuses

on June 10, 2017 in Choosing/Decision-Making, Fitness, Habits, Inc.com, SIDCHAs

My Inc. post Monday, “I Do Burpees Daily Because I’m Lazy and Full of Excuses,” began I Do Burpees Daily Because I’m Lazy and Full of Excuses Not having a skill so useful as discipline is a reason to do them, which transformed my life. When I tell people about my burpee habit, their most common response is to suppose I was born with superhuman discipline. I do them daily,[…] Keep reading →