A few years ago, I went to a Tony Robbins event called "Unleash the Power Within". During the event, Tony discussed an idea that has stayed with me for years:
All it takes is 10 mindful minutes.
I'm a salesman. Type A personality, extrovert, always on the go, interacting with people, trying to get new clients and keep existing ones happy. Lots of balls in the air, plates spinning -- you name the metaphor, it's my life.
Balancing my work and my physical health has always been a struggle.
It’s partly because I can get really focused on work, which makes me lose track of time, and partly because I used to HATE going to the gym (and exerting myself in general). As Website Muscle’s Project Manager, I spend most of my day sitting at a desk or in meetings, so I constantly have to push back against my naturally sedentary lifestyle.
It’s my favorite time of year. The time for fireworks, popsicles, long sunny days and heat waves.
However, it’s my body’s least favorite time to be at work as the office air conditioner makes me feel like I’m working in an ice tray. Turns out, I’m not alone. The temperature in most offices is tailored to a man’s body heat, specifically a 154-pound man who is 40 years old.
Proving once again that, yes, we are crazy like that.
Sometimes at Website Muscle we get a little crazy. When we get crazy, we like to do crazy things -- like putting lampshades on our heads, shoving as many donuts in our mouths as possible, and instituting an Unlimited Paid Time Off policy for our employees.
Holidays are important.
Days like Christmas, Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day are moments to take stock of what’s important in life, appreciate family, and other mushy gushy stuff like that.
Winter can be hard on the Southern California sports fan.
Ready for some basketball? It’s not as fun as it used to be.
If you are reading this on your mobile device, you may very well be in a forward posture or "Hunchbacked" position right now. You reach into your pocket, grab your phone, and instead of raising the phone to your face you bring your head down to your phone. Seems harmless, right? It's not.