A fork resting on a napkin, to the left of a dinner plate that has the word “Success” written on it. A knife and spoon sit to the right and an empty glass sits just above them.

The Power of Being Humble, Hungry, and Teachable

Over the years of building ourselves and our life, we’ve learned what kind of attitudes and actions have held us back and what kind of attitudes and actions have helped us progress. In the beginning of our journey, to improve the results in all areas of our life, we definitely stumbled a bit. We were not very teachable, and because

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3 Tips for Using List Making for Time Management

Time is what we want most, but what we use worst (William Penn). We often feel there aren’t enough hours in the day, but fail to implement changes to positively impact the next 24. Busy days and hurried nights can leave you feeling frazzled and unproductive, so how can you break the cycle? The answer

3 Insights to Keep in Mind to Help You Reach Your Goals | David Felber

3 Insights to Keep in Mind to Help You Reach Your Goals

There is a common misconception that resolutions should only be made at the start of a new year. However, this mindset causes us to miss out on all the opportunities to consciously better ourselves throughout all 12 months. Instead of saving your resolutions to better yourself for the new year and putting off your goals,

How to overcome your excuses for giving up

How To Overcome Your Excuses For Giving Up

We all know how easy it is to talk ourselves out of plans that seem a little too risky, a bit too scary, or maybe just downright impossible. Instead of pushing through the moments when we feel lost confused, and discouraged, it’s easier to convince ourselves that we had our sights set a little too