Do you have any idea what your true potential is? Have you ever wondered if you could run a marathon, run a company, lose weight and keep it off, accumulate real wealth, learn new skills, and live boldly? Every one of us has peak potential, but very few accept the challenge to be the best version of themselves possible. If you're ready, watch this video to learn how you can get started.
Several of my relatives could be textbook examples, and I guess I'd long suspected I had some of the tendencies of ADD. Maybe that's why I found myself crammed against the back wall in a packed SXSW session entitled "Tools and Processes for ADD Project Managers and Entrepreneurs." Jason Ford, CEO of Feed Magnet, and his therapist, De Sellers, alternated sharing his experiences and her more clinical explanations. Aside from being fascinating, it was incredibly liberating. I felt some of the mysteries of my personality fade away. I felt breakthrough after breakthrough - acknowledgment of quirks I'd felt, but couldn't explain to anyone else. Here are some of my biggest take-aways.
Back for my sophomore trip, it's hard to believe it's been a year since my first visit to SXSW. We'll be on the lookout for other two-by-four across the forehead insights, our favorite online friends, and delicious food. If you'd like to live vicariously through us, be sure to follow along.
When I first gave up bread and dairy in December, I really looked forward to "cheat day" on Saturday. At precisely 11:00am, I'd go online to Dominos.com and order my thin crust Memphis BBQ Chicken Pizza. It was my heaven on a plate. And then I kept reading and decided to do away with my "off" days. Once I understood the "why" behind the science, it wasn't hard at all. Except for pizza. I really, really missed my pizza. And then I found recipe magic. Here's how you can make magic too.