If you’re ready to challenge the circumstances in your life, and if you’re ready like Buzz Lightyear to go to “infinity…and beyond,” then it’s time to cast some vision. One easy way to visualize your future is to make a vision board, or a dream board. A vision board uses a collection of images to represent what you want out of your life.
Last week, a reader wrote to me about how he is trying to be a good guy, but his reputation won’t let him. This article is about reconstructing a bad reputation into a good one.
In this 3rd article this week, you will see 10 Hollywood actors who are making a difference. As a good guy, you should be making a difference too. Hopefully you will be inspired by their good deeds to go out and change the world as only you can.
Everyone wants breakthrough, but what do you do when you just want to give up? Who hasn’t been here? Resources are low, hope is gone, the dream is wrecked, and you’re caught in between a rock and a hard place. What’s your next move? When I hit this point, I always go back to an […]
If you find yourself on a carousel of anxiety, panic attacks, and trouble sleeping, maybe it’s time for a change. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.” The insanity stops here. Here are 5 steps to managing your dreams:
The world could use some more good guy swag, and it’s refreshing to see people recognizing the everyday hero. Lately, I’ve seen some regular good guys get some major online attention. It’s just the beginning, which is why this is called “Rise of the Good Guys.” You may have seen some of the videos below, […]
Dasrath Manjhi was a farmer from India who passed away from cancer in 2007. He singlehandedly moved a mountain. After I read his story, I realized all of us have the ability to perform miracles.
I wore cool clothes, had a 6-pack, and was golden-brown. Why the freak was I not popular?…There was a big element missing from the equation, and that element easily overrode and today overrides everything else.
The Guinness ad was posted on Youtube Sept. 3, and by the time I uploaded this content, it already had more than 4 million views. It starts with an intense basketball game of men in wheelchairs. I’m talking super intense. It’s war on the court. The guys are getting pushed, yanked, and knocked out of their wheelchairs. Just to let you know this commercial isn’t about the game, inspirational music plays in the background, which sounds like a Coldplay song. The voiceover says, “Dedication. Loyalty. Friendship….” Before I go any further, please watch the ad so I don’t spoil the ending.
Watch the interview with James Ellis, one of the top 3 fitness models in the past five years. He’s been on 36 magazine covers, has appeared on the Ellen show 30 times, and won the World Championship title for the WBFF. Like me, James was scrawny in high school, but had a photolot to offer. He was bullied, which caused depression and self-doubt, which in turn led to him almost failing high school. Then one day, he heard the song “Lose Yourself” by Eminem, and decided he wasn’t going to let anyone keep him from becoming the best man he could be. He started working out, got shredded beyond belief, and graduated with honors from college.