Turn off the television!

Watching television in the evenings does nothing but kill brain cells. Staring at the television after a long day at work may be relaxing, but you can be doing something much more productive and meaningful. For example, rather than watching television during dinner, sit down at the dinner table with your family. This allows you to reconnect with each other without having the distraction from the television. Life’s too short to be wasting time in front of the television. Focus on making yourself more valuable!


No Excuses: The Power of Self-Discpline (Jackson, TN: Vanguard Press, 2011)

This book was one of my very first personal development books that I read five years ago. The strategies that Brian Tracy shares have helped me lay down the right foundation for success. If you are serious about achieving success, this is a great book for you!

Automobile University

Ever heard of Automobile University?

I didn’t either until I started listening to Zig Ziglar, “How to Stay Motived” audio book in the car. Zig talked about the importance of automobile university.


I’ve spend the last five years studying personal growth and reaching your fullest potential. If you’re serious about achieving success in your life, one way you can do that is by attending automobile university. I know it sounds silly but here me out on this one.

According to The Atlantic, the american commuter spends 38 hours a year stuck in traffic.. and it’s even worse for those of you who live in big cities. “The typical car commuter spends more than 60 hours–more than a week of work-time–siting in his car, stuck.”