Tag: Motivation

Scholar Skill – Playing Games with Your Money

I hate money.  I hate that I need Money.  I hate that I have to work for it… I hate managing it. On the other hand, I love games.  Not just any games though… the real “grindy”  treadmill games, that take days and months to progress through.  If only my budget was a game like

Scholar Skill: Get Some Knowledge

My dad was always known as the smartest man in camp.  As a lifelong scouter and scoutmaster he would spend a couple weeks out of every year camping with the boys.  One of the things he was known for was playing ask me anything.  He seemed to be an endless fount of knowledge.  He could

Warrior Skill: Push the Earth

Execution of warrior skills requires physical fitness.  For a lot of people fitness training is surrounded by "ya, buts..." and other excuses.  I believe the simplest answer to this problem is to just drop down and do some push ups to get your mind right.   Push ups are a fast action you can take

Monk Skill: Understanding Motivation

Getting into the weeds a bit and understanding how motivation works is important to all of us in our roles as leaders and mentors, and as friends and family members. Motivation is critical to our health and fitness, our financial and educational goals, and to over overall well being. In this article I