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7 Things I Learned From Almost Being Kidnapped

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Travel / October 24, 2014

If you’ve been tuned in, you just read about my first kidnapping. “First,” because, yes, there’s a second one. This time, the type of skills we teach at The Art of Charm came even more into play. If you liked the story of my first kidnapping, strap yourself in for a bumpy ride. This one is a lot scarier. Whereas the worst thing that was going to happen…

7 Hacks to Get Through The 3:00pm Work Slump

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / October 20, 2014

We all know the feeling of that mid-afternoon energy lull. Slumped in the office chair, we find ourselves mentally checking out, and probably falling into the vortex that is social media. Research suggests that 2:55pm is the twilight zone of productivity, the time where nothing gets done except perhaps a bit of quality daydreaming. But as many successful people realize, pushing through this afternoon valley is crucial, and…

6 Reasons Men Should Be Doing Yoga

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / October 10, 2014

Yoga is exploding in the United States. 20.4 million Americans participated in Yoga in 2012 and the number of yogis is on the rise. Not surprisingly, over 82% of these yogis are woman. Where the men at? For some reason western society as a whole associates yoga as a feminine activity, so many guys roll their eyes whenever a woman extends the invite to a yoga class. Want…

Flow: the Gateway into Superhuman Performance

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / September 29, 2014

Have you ever had an experience where life just seemed to “make sense”? Maybe you were playing a sport? Creating art? Writing? In an amazing conversation? Time seemed to stand still and fly by at the same time. You were so immersed in the moment that hours flew by in what felt like seconds. This feeling you experienced is commonly referred to as being in “flow”. What if…

How to Break Free From Entrepreneuritis Syndrome

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / September 25, 2014

“No Sweat Means No Wealth” With the level of technology we’ve reached today, it’s no wonder that more and more young individuals decide to undertake their passion and become entrepreneurs, myself included. From a young age, I broke free of the 9-5 mentality and decided to go on the road less traveled: entrepreneurship. I didn’t really know what the journey was going to offer, but I knew that…

6 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Start and Stay Positive All Day

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / September 22, 2014

With all the drama filled distractions that enter our life everyday, it can be a challenge to stay positive, and focused all day long. Negativity is a true motivation and drive killer! We all have our own “stuff” to deal with, and our daily drive can get lowered substantially when our peers bombard us with their problems as well. Here are my personal steps to staying positive all…

6 Mistakes The Healthiest Entrepreneurs Do Not Make

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / September 10, 2014

As a professional health and performance coach working solely with entrepreneurs, I have seen habits within my healthiest and most successful clients that separate them from the majority of entrepreneurs. Here are the 6 mistakes the healthiest entrepreneurs do not make. #1 Binge Drink Speaking on behalf of every entrepreneur under the age of 30. Most of us don’t do moderation too well. We binge work. We binge…

7 Ways to Enjoy a Healthier Lunch at Work

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / September 4, 2014

Let’s face it: We all smile when the food arrives. After all, a clear focus and a positive attitude can only occur when you’re well-fed, but that means filling up with good, nutritious food. We all know that finding healthy options when ordering delivery can be a challenge. Even options that bear the title “healthy” on their sleeves can be deceiving — pre-made sandwiches are loaded with preservatives,…

3 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Robin Williams, Depression, & DNA That No Else Is Talking About

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / August 27, 2014

As entrepreneurs, we know there are going to be ups and downs.  Lots of them. It’s an inevitable result of our responsibilities and occupation.  Sometimes though it feels like there’s a lot more downs than there are ups.  In a community that made it “pick yourself up by your bootstraps” cool (and then turned it into a popular verb for growing our businesses without outside funding with “bootstrapping”),…

How to Eat Healthy & Stay in Shape When Traveling Abroad

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / August 19, 2014

While I wouldn’t call myself a “seasoned” traveler, I have enough stamps on my passport to fill a couple of pages. From my 2006 study abroad trip to Belgium, to a Ugandan volunteer trip, to my trip with Under30Experiences to Nicaragua, I’ve been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of various cultures and ways of life around the world. During my travels, I’ve noticed various traveler types.  To…

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