DON'T set all those reminders.

This one was difficult for me to relinquish. I used to have alarms that reminded me to set an alarm. Not kidding. Finally, my wife (our significant others are so critical to our success) suggested I just try to remember things. Um, what? I can’t remember things. That’s why I need the reminders. Apparently, I didn’t need them. They were just a crutch, and a symptom of having too many things on my plate. So, naturally, and quite quietly, I forgot that which wasn’t actually important. Usually, my alarms were for things I thought I should be doing, but didn’t really want or need, to do. Things like squeezing in a workout before work, or spending an hour on my novel within that same time frame. Like an idiot, I thought I could do those two things, eat, get ready for work, walk the dog… what was I nuts? By skipping the incessant alarms, I was forced to keep that which was important to me in my memory until I actually set that goal in motion—or give up on it altogether. And, that worked. Alarms are the new to-do lists. And never completing your goals makes both you and David Allen unhappy campers. Save yourself!

How It Works

1.

Mind your Body.

Strengthen the base of your pyramid. Everything else stems first, from it. Exercise. Eat Well. Sleep Well. Read more...

2.

Mind Your Mind.

Culture a strong mind, and you'll remain intersting, and interested in life. Read more...

3.

Mind Your Money.

Mananging our money isn't about being wealthy, or penny pinching. But it is critical. Read more...

4.

Mind Your Heart.

Without enriching relationships, we sail alone and sailing life's ship is difficult even with a good crew. Read more...