A kick ass fella, from Calgary, Alberta, an “Aspiring Everything-ist."
I’m an aspiring writer and entrepreneur. Former structural designer and fatty. Your-friendly-neighborhood server. Bartender extraordinaire. Life enthusiast. Sober socialite. Retired male shooter and ladies night manager. Slick salesman. Style consultant. Music lover. Bad-ass lyricist. Future best-selling author and a hopeless romantic.
Myke runs a blog called Think About It.
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Whatever you're doing with your life right now, whether you already have a job, you're still in school or just stuck in limbo, take a quick moment to think and ask yourself: "Is this something worth fighting for?" But what is something worth fighting for? Find out inside.
Have you been too busy and can't seem to get into the season's spirit? Does the season feel more stressful than joyous? Do you feel too caught up preparing for the season you forgot to enjoy it? I know what you mean and feel for you. Check out this article to find out what actually matters this time of year.
What do you do when things don't work out? How do you respond when shit happens especially when you know you've done everything you could've? How do you view failure? Check out this article to find out the answers.
Have you ever pressed the snooze button repeatedly first thing in the morning? Do you have days when you don't feel like getting up and doing the things you have to do? Do you battle self-defeating voices in your head that tells you it's not going to work? How do you keep going and get things done when pursuing your passion doesn't yield the results you want immediately?
Another weekend, another Bootcamp except this one's different. I flew in to a brand new city all by myself for the first time. Unfamiliarity definitely breeds discomfort. Here's my experience with how I dealt with the emotion of resistance when faced with a no way out situation.
How do you feel when you see an opportunity to meet someone you really want and don't take action? This is a big lesson I'm still learning. If I'm just going about my regular day and see someone I find interesting from my core, I have to act and tell them. Every time I don't, the wrong muscle is being developed and my decision making muscles are slowly atrophying.
It's easy to feel like the fuckin' man if you're out and about with all your close friends, especially at a night club where everyone knows you. Easy social proof. Can you duplicate the same results by yourself, somewhere else, where no one knows you?
What's the ratio of the clothes you own to what you actually wear? Are you disappointed with the amount of money you've wasted? But retail therapy feels good right? If you could take everything back, where would you have rather invested your money in? Check out this article before you hit up the mall and go shopping.
The clothes you wear are an external reflection of who you are. Is the image you are currently portraying congruent to that? Did you know the image you portray will have a serious impact on the people you attract? Come inside to find out more.