I’ve had many mentors come into my life and help shape who I am, from my dad, soccer coaches, my older cousin and college professors. One person has had a major impact on me– and I’ve actually never even met him. His name is Tom Bilyeu. He is the founder of Quest Nutrition Bars and Impact Theory. ImpactContinue reading “4 Takeaways from January’s Impact Theory Episodes”
The New Year is upon us. Actually, even more exciting, a new decade is upon us! With this in mind, many people probably have a long list of new resolutions. These resolutions are typically habit changers, either activities people want to do more of (ie. exercising or eating healthy) or activities people want to doContinue reading “7 Tips to Learn a New Skill Faster”
I have a serious problem. This problem might be my most limiting personality trait. I ignored this problem for so long because it can also be one of my most impressive strengths.
Recently, I landed a new job. I knew the grind of networking, interviews, and follow-ups was going to be demanding, but what I didn’t see coming was the hardest part of the new job process: quitting my current role.
Having goals in life, big or small, is so important. I believe that knowing what you want is critical to getting what you want. Moving towards our goals gives us a sense of meaning and purpose, points us in the direction we want to go and gets us interested and engaged; which is great forContinue reading “Brainstorming Potential Goals (Part 1 of Dominating Your Goals like a High Performer)”
I think we all can recognize the health benefits of lifelong learning, but I’m still surprised at how many people don’t incorporate intentional learning in their daily routine. When I ask them why, I often hear, “because I don’t have time.” So, I thought I’d share a couple of insights on how to make learningContinue reading “5 Ways to Make Learning Part of Your Daily Routine”