When I was 18 years old my life was a complete mess. I had just dropped out of high school for the second time, I was depressed and my days were spent playing video games in my parents basement. Here are five things I wish I did differently:
When it comes to style it's easy to focus on how it will improve the way other people perceive you, but I think this is a mistake. Improving your style is much more about how it will improve the way you feel yourself. It will improve your sense of confidence. And the best part is, it doesn't even have to cost a lot of money.
We all have a desire to grow, to evolve, and to become stronger versions of ourselves. But sometimes we get stuck, and breaking through this barrier can be difficult. Here's a 5 step process to shake the rut and start living your potential.
Successful people consciously decide to build positive habits, taking over initial control until their new actions happen unconsciously. In part 1 of our new series, How to Create Good Habits, Kingston takes a look at the foundation you need to build habits and the difference this foundation can make in your life.
In October we released a blog post talking about an exciting new project we had coming up in the Spring of 2013 - teaching our curriculum of Social Dynamics in an actual school. So how is that project going? Find out inside.
This past weekend Kevin and I participated in "Startup Weekend" here in Calgary. The event is a culmination of putting 80 entrepreneurs in a room, pitching ideas, selecting the best ones, forming teams, and then speaking 56 hours building these new businesses as much as possible to compete in a final presentation in front of a panel of judges... with various prizes going to the winners.
Eating healthier foods has substantially increased my energy levels, my gains in the gym, and has made my overall outlook on life more positive. Not only that, it's influenced and impacted the lives of those around me. Why does this happen? Find out inside.
I moved out to Kelowna on July 20th with the purpose of playing Junior Football for the Okanagan Sun. My hopes were high, my enthusiasm was strong and I was certain that once I moved nothing could go wrong. But that wasn't the case and I had to learn some hard lessons. Here's 7 of them.
The reason people go to the club is to have fun. But surprisingly, having fun at the club isn't always the easiest thing to do. So what would a bouncer have to say about the best ways to have fun in a club? Find out inside.