Motivation: What’s Yours? What works? A comment about motivation being “all that matters” really got me going this week. It didn’t motivate me. It irritated me. Worse, it was in the first line of a self-help book. I suspect there are many self-help books out there that intimidate or try to shame people into fulfilling their dreams. I wrote a self-help book and I want to dispel a couple of ideas that are potentially dangerous.…"Motivation: Don’t work so hard at the wrong things."
Today on the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast we’re talking about completing goals using shorter temporal milestones, the power of consistency and focusing on process. I also have another podcast to recommend to you. Find Joe Rogan’s interview with Henry Rollins here. See Joe Rogan’s interview with Dr. Rhonda Patrick here. You’ll find lots more ideas to manage your time, stress, pain and energy in my book, Do the Thing! The Last Stress Management Book…"Do the Temporal Milestone Thing"
McDonalds used to have crap coffee. It tasted so bad, I thought it was a mistake. Then I tried it again and it tasted just as bad. Then they wanted to compete with Tim Hortons and Starbucks and improved. On my next try, I thought the McDonalds’ coffee wasn’t bad (and it was all I’d consume there.) However, after drinking it, I’d always feel awful and sleepy soon after. I found out why: It’s the…"I am not puddin’. I am a jungle cat."
This afternoon I took my son to see Here Comes the Boom, a fun little movie with Kevin James and Joe Rogan. It’s an extremely unlikely story about a 42-year-old biology teacher competing in the UFC to raise enough cash to save his high school’s music program. Henry Winkler plays the music teacher, a guy so endearing, who wouldn’t want to save him? It’s worth a few laughs and it’s sweet. It must have been…"Flick That Switch: Be the Change You Want to See"
A starving of artists and a choking of friendships: things are going to get weird. This week I also worry about trying not to bother Joe Rogan too much while still campaigning to get comedian Mike Schmidt (from the 40 Year Old Boy podcast) on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast. I also update you on the #IndiesUniteforJoshua campaign. To donate, please go here and get perks for your generosity! Check out my page at Quotations Diary!…"PODCAST: The Forays in Self-consciousness Edition"