Jake Arians is a former American football placekicker in the NFL. He played college football at UAB. He is the son of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl-winning coach and former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians.
Stoicism is often misunderstood. It is often said that a stoic man does not feel emotions. This isn't true. A stoic man incredibly feels his emotions; he just doesn't let his emotions take over his actions.
Dr. Stuart Phillips is a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Skeletal Muscle Health. He is also the Director of the McMaster University Physical Activity Centre of Excellence.
Dr. Phillips has authored more than 350 research papers. In 2018-21 he was named to Clarivate’s Highly Cited Researchers list as a being in the top 1% of all cited researchers in nutrition and physiology research.
If you want success, if you want more than what you have right now, you don't have a choice. You don't have a choice to have a bad day. You don't have a choice to chill today. You must be waking up and grinding. You must wake up, start your day skillfully, and then get to work.
Mike Robbins is the author of five books, including "Bring Your Whole Self to Work" and his latest, "We're All in This Together". He is an expert in teamwork, leadership, and performance.
His clients include Google, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Schwab, eBay, and many others.
Every morning you get out of bed, you have a choice of what you will do in the day. Will you let the momentum of the previous day be the deciding factor? Will you let the way you are feeling be that factor? Or will you choose discipline?
Brendan Fitzgerald @brendanfitztv is a play-by-play announcer and show host for the UFC. He also is the host of the Fitz Nation Podcast, featuring long form interviews about personal development and what top performers in MMA have used to reach a high level of success. Brendan has been in sports broadcasting since 2007 and has had the most fun in his career calling fights and falling in love with martial arts since joining the UFC in 2017.
Happy New Year. So how will you judge this year? What will you be able to say was successful? I want you to write down what life will look like on Dec 31, 2023. What will the end of the year look like, and then work every day towards that? Take tiny little steps every day towards those goals on that date. That way, when that day comes, you will have something to judge your success against.
Every heard consistency is the key. So why can't we do it? Set your daily goals small so that you will actually be able to accomplish them. Be realistic with balancing what you want with what you can actually do. If you set the goals too large, yes you will do it for a bit, but then you will fall off and most likely end up below where you even started. Set small consistent goals that you can actually accomplish and work slowly towards them.