Two episodes ago, we talked in depth about the difference between your maximum achievability and your maximum maintainability. Today we’re diving deeper into attainability and achievability, helping you get that little bit better, every single day.… READ MORE
“Your maximum attainability is not your maximum maintainability.”
When are you going to stop purposefully progressing, and start doing something that you can maintain? As you go through life, your goals are going to change as well as your levels of satisfaction versus what your version of ‘ideal’ is.… READ MORE
What should you do to make sure you’re becoming the best version of yourself and living your best life?
If you ever get the feeling that you’re not living every day with excitement, then you need to listen to this episode where you’ll quickly discover ways of determining parameters to help you live your highest quality of life.… READ MORE
Everybody makes mistakes when trying to improve themselves or trying to become a better person. And It’s not because they’re incompetent, or down to a lack of focus or because they’re lazy.
It all comes down to common mistakes most people make when trying to become a better version of themselves – in any area of life.… READ MORE
If you understand how to ‘learn,’ you can become anything (or anyone) you want. Mastery is the only skill that really matters, yet most of us are never taught how to do it effectively.
Today, Nic, Jonathan, and Dr Trevor Cashy are discussing mastery in the context of practical application and knowing enough about something to achieve what you want to achieve.… READ MORE
System reliability. The predictability of an entire process, device or method used for practical purposes to achieve a specific result and maximum output. That’s the topic for today’s show as well as understanding how to do your best work – every day – without making costly mistakes over and over again.… READ MORE
‘Relative change is a term used to compare two quantities while taking into account the ‘sizes’ of things being compared.’
Applying the concept of relative change to any area of your life – whether that’s training or nutrition – can significantly increase your chances of getting the body (and life) results you desire in far less time instead of just ‘going through the motions’ of life.… READ MORE
Communication is like riding a bike. It’s a skill you can learn, and if you work at it, you can quickly improve the quality in all areas of your life.
For one to master success, one must first master communication by understanding the process and specific ways to improve the ability of choice.… READ MORE