We are a culture of procrastinators. And it really comes down to the fact that we don’t believe the choices we make today are actually forging our legacy tomorrow.Dr. Michael Brown
- “I’ll do it later” often means “I’ll do it never.”
- Our future selves will pay the price for choices we fail to make today.
- Tomorrow is never guaranteed.
- Coasting is always backwards.
- Choices we are tempted to delay until tomorrow could actually make a positive impact on our lives today.
- A small healthy choice today makes it easier to make a big healthy choice tomorrow.
- Start any New Year’s resolutions on December 20th.
- Consider who you want to become tomorrow to motivate healthy choices today.
- Create opportunities to make positive choices rather than merely waiting for opportunities to present themselves.
Stop Making Resolutions
We’ve made it to the end of another year, so it’s finally that time again to make a commitment that we don’t intend to keep. Wait… what? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and aspiring NBA player Trey Diggs give us a glimpse of their final life coaching session of 2021.
Goals Are Dumb
When is the last time you’ve failed to accomplish a goal? Probably pretty recently. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Nick Gillispie encourage us to reframe the way we think about becoming the best versions of ourselves.
Say It Now
What would you tell that person today if you knew that there was no tomorrow? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Tyler Schwanz explore every angle of Michael’s famous 24 Hour Rule.