Real results are not about what you start, but about what you can sustain.
The crucial mindset shift that helps new habits stick.
Legendary coach John Wooden’s greatest lesson: the secret to sustainable success lies not in the big bold moves but in the basics of how you tie your shoes.
There’s a different between getting things done and doing the work that matters consistently over time.
In theory a 4-minute mile is a 1:45 marathon. Yet it took 65 years from the 4-minute mile to break the 2-hour marathon barrier. Three lessons we can learn from this.
Motivation, desire, discipline, and willpower can take you far, but they are not enough to help you create consistency. The key to consistency is creating a foundation rooted in sustainability.
On Earth Day, consider how you can create a way of life that is sustainable not just for the planet, but for yourself.