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The Best Sports and Fitness Apps For The Active CEO

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / June 22, 2013

Work hard, play hard; so they say. When running a company and living a stressful work life, sport is a great option to keep a CEO well balanced – despite his tough role and important responsibilities. While getting into a consistent fitness routine (and sticking to it) is sometimes easier said than done, there are some fitness apps that can help you get started, and on track to…

3 Ways CrossFit Makes Getting Healthy Easy

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / June 22, 2013

Fitness is something held in high regard with many entrepreneurs and CEOs nowadays. Already we work long hours and have stress levels of 10 air traffic co-ordinators but we still seek to push our physical levels. From running to weight lifting you now see startup founders and entrepreneurs taking part a wide array of fitness activities, yet so few seem to follow the CrossFit scene. I’ve been weight…

You Are Already a Millionaire: All You Have to Do Is Show Up

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Startup Advice / June 20, 2013

I just got back from an inspiring couple hours with my friend and Under30CEO contributor Michael Peggs.  Throughout the course of a couple beers, we got into some pretty deep, philosophical stuff about life, business, and the future.  What came of it was this: Whatever you believe your future to be is true.  You just have to show up. The problem is: most people just never show up. Lots…

Want “Eureka!” Moments? Napping and Relaxing May be the Answer

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Startup Advice / June 18, 2013

There’s a reason inspiration often strikes in the shower or on your drive to work: “Eureka!” moments happen when your mind is relaxed. Special relativity occurred to Albert Einstein while riding a streetcar home one day. Philo Farnsworth realized how an electrical television could work when he was plowing a potato field. These moments of inspiration rarely happen while sitting upright in an office swivel chair. By definition,…

19 Tips for a Healthier Mind, Body and Start-up

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Startup Advice Travel / June 13, 2013

You’ve committed to making your new venture work. You are determined to fund the project, the hype is building and you are starting to see your once crazy business idea as a viable opportunity. After 6 months, the endless amount of hours are probably starting to wear on you, and the last time you sat down to eat a real meal was 2011. You need to find a…

25 Ways To Live Differently

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Travel / June 13, 2013

If your goal is to live a boring life and be like everyone else, you are probably well on your way. However, if your life goal is to make your own decisions and live on your own terms; look at what the masses are doing, then start doing the opposite. Changing your life isn’t difficult. These 25 straightforward ways to live differently are small changes that result in a…

Build a Machine: The Key to Creating Systems in Your Business and Life

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / June 12, 2013

  Last week, you read about #BeastMode.  How to have more energy than ever.  While energy is great for hustling, for grinding, and being ontop of your game, let’s face it– your own personal energy is only going to get you so far.  What you really need is to be a machine. A well oiled machine, requires very little energy to run.  A machine produces output with little…

Naturally Increase Your Brain Power Today

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / June 10, 2013

As a young entrepreneur you probably never stop thinking about your business. Your brain is “on” all week, all evenings and even weekends. Then you have one of those days where you just can’t concentrate, it’s hard to make decisions and you feel on edge. Not only is it frustrating when our brain slows down when we want to keep going, and keep positive, it’s also a cry…

How Working From Home Three Hours on Monday Increases Productivity, Fitness, and Nutrition

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / June 3, 2013

I had been struggling.  After being abroad in paradise for seven months, adjusting to the grind of New York City was taking it’s toll.  I was having a tough time getting back to performing at my peak.  The travels were amazing, but I lost 10 lbs of muscle, had gone from 6 meals per day to just 3, and now, life in the city was catching up with…

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