How Top Performing Athletes Like LeBron James Become The Best

How Top Performing Athletes Like LeBron James Become The Best

How many times have you looked at a top athlete, say a LeBron James, a Peyton Manning, or a Usain Bolt and said, “Damn, they are so naturally gifted, I wish I had that talent,” or, “Damn, they are so naturally gifted, I could never do that,” ?

Here are 3 things athletes do better than everyone else:

How To Respond When You're Told "You Can't. You Won't."

How To Respond When You're Told "You Can't. You Won't."

I always say you can either let life happen, or you can make life happen. I think you can guess I prefer the latter. Recently I had an experience with making life happen, but before I get to that I want to tell you a story about this dude named Roman Reigns.

Green Lemons.

Green Lemons.

It's 1:30 am, and I just returned home from a 5-day vacation in the Costa Rican Rainforest with Under30Experiences. I'm so high on life as a result of this trip that I don't even care that I'm in desperate need of sleep, and need to tell you now about how it was a game-changing experience.

How to make a New Year's resolution that actually sticks

How to make a New Year's resolution that actually sticks

The clock struck midnight, 2013 began, and you said to yourself, “THIS year is the year that I (insert resolution here).”

Flash forward 12 months, 2014 happened, and how much progress did you make? If you’re like me, the answer is slim to none. And this isn’t the first time it’s happened, either. 2013 played out much like 2012, 2011, and every year you’ve made a resolution that’s gone unfulfilled.

The Year Where Fear Conquered Nothing: 25 Things I Learned This Year

The Year Where Fear Conquered Nothing: 25 Things I Learned This Year

On my 24th birthday I wrote a post on my personal blog about 24 things I had learned that year. Along with the post, I included a picture of Kobe Bryant, who wears number 24. It was symbolic of how I planned to attack the next year of my life with Kobe-like ferocity, fearlessness, and (necessary) selfishness. Having just celebrated my 25th birthday by speaking at Pecha Kucha on 25 things I learned during my “Kobe Year”, I now give you the longhand, extended version of my presentation. It all started with one realization, which lead to having one hell of a year...