Tag Archives: Men’s Health

“Off the Field Excellence: Life” by Joe Kita, Men’s Health October 2015

I find myself drawn to Joe Kita’s practical advice. Here is a link to the original article. Part of the reason I publish these posts is to remind myself of the little lessons I pick up here and there. Here … Continue reading

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“Score the World’s Best Job” by Matt McCue, Men’s Health October 2015

Here are just a few tips from this article found in Men’s Health. Life is about progress. That doesn’t mean re-inventing oneself but at least setting goals and hatching a plan to reach those goals. Thinking about the future should … Continue reading

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“Are you Man Enough for Boy Scout Camp?” by Joe Kita Men’s Health March 2015

View the original article on Men’s Health here. This article is useful because as kids, we don’t realize the value of our experiences. A camping trip is fun, or an adventure is exciting. Is that enough for our children? How … Continue reading

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Seven Things Successful People Do Every Day

Exercise your body first thing in the morning to gain energy for the rest of the day. Plan your day before taking your first task. Do the most important tasks first before moving onto the smaller ones. (See “The Organized … Continue reading

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How to Feel Grateful About a Bad Thing. Men’s Health

We can’t be on 100% of the time. (See “Autopilot”) The problem is when our regular hours of downtime turn into days. I can personally feel my brain turning into mush when that happens, and I don’t like it. However, … Continue reading

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Concepts on Personal Responsibility. Men’s Health

There is comfort in the advice of others. Good advice without execution is just that, advice. “Think Like a Freak” goes into greater depth about the Sunk Cost Fallacy. This concept is a force that many of us feel on … Continue reading

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“Farewell to Father” by Jacob Levenson. Men’s Health March 2010.

The following excerpt from the full Men’s Health article made me think a lot about my Dad, especially the night he died, November 27, 2005. I never really gave myself closure to my father’s passing until years later. I don’t … Continue reading

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