Quarter life crisis vs. Mid life crisis

So, I was having a conversation with a friend of mine who is in her early 30's and she was telling me all about the quarter-life crisis that she had gone through when she was just 25....about the anguish she felt about not knowing what she wanted to do with her life.   

And I was trying to think back to that time to remember if I had felt the same.  I remember going through the whole "what will I major in?" anxiety for sure.   Psychology ended up being my thing--turns out studying human behavior and optimizing performance has always been interesting to me.

But the way she described her crisis was more than just anxiety--it was full on melt-down mode...paralyzing.  She ended up making a drastic decision and changing her career course--not once but three times.  She's now a successful entrepreneur--making over 7 figures!  I'd say that "crisis" paid off!

You often hear the millenial generation being described as flaky and just doing their own...

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Any high school cheerleader will tell you that you can’t cheer for the opposing team. The entire job of a cheerleader is to rally for the team that you support!  Cheering for the other side would just be unheard of.   And cheering for both sides to win would just be crazy!

Yet we do it all the time in our own lives.

We have our DREAMS on one side:  the "home team".  

And on the opposing side we've got our Doubt, Fears and Excuses: the "visitors" that take up space in our head and nervous system.  

And all too often we give our support to the opposing side!  We feed into the doubt, fears and excuses like we want them to win.  

What if you took on the role as a cheerleader for your Dreams and committed to playing full out?

According to the Universal Cheerleader's Association website, there are 5 primary roles of a cheerleader.  Let's take a look at these and see how embracing each role can help you support the...

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energy high performance Nov 16, 2016

With the holiday season right around the corner, managing your ENERGY could mean the difference between  “Ho, Ho, Ho” and “Oh, No, No”. 

Holiday parties, finding the perfect presents, overindulging in cocktails or sweets, turkey and stuffing, not to mention the caffeinated quick fixes that come disguised as desserts!   All take a toxic toll on your energy.

 Combine that with the added stress of the 4th quarter and trying reach your end of year goals and you’ve got a recipe for an energy crash that could leave you dragging and susceptible to colds and the flu.   NOT the way you want to head into the New Year.

As one of my mentors, Brendon Burchard, says “the power plant doesn’t have energy, it generates it”.   So true!  We each have our very own personal power plant and we need to take care of it so that it can perform at it’s best.   That doesn’t need to be...

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