Jordan Mendiola is a horizontal construction engineer in the U.S. Army, Mendiola loves hands-on projects and writing inspirational blog posts about health, fitness, life, and investing.
Tony Robbins’ Advice Will Help You Get What You Want Out of Life
Tony Robbins is one of the most recognizable self-help coaches in the world. He grew up penniless and is now worth more than half a billion dollars.
I Didn’t Have a Laptop for 4 Months: The Rise and Fall of Creativity
At the beginning of my 12-month deployment, I purchased a 2019 MacBook Pro (with a touch bar), and I was ready to create content.
Should You Invest in Stocks During a Pandemic?
When it comes to the world of investing, three words that come to mind: overwhelming, intimidating, and scary. Throughout my deployment, I have been constantly looking at ways to increase my cash flow. Some of the methods I have looked into include sports betting, lending money, and real estate.
Eliminate Distractions and Focus on Your Passions for Higher Life Satisfaction
Everyone knows exactly what they want to be doing, let alone what they should be doing. Distractions are the devil to solid productivity.
The Pandemic Brought More People Outside Than Pokemon Go
As someone who’s always out adventuring into nature and going for runs, I’ve noticed a surge in people coming outside ever since the Pandemic began.
This New Writing Routine Made Me 10x More Productive
Ever since I started Medium, I’ve been a journal writer. Something about putting pen to paper gives off a more intimate experience in writing.
Reward Systems are Great if You Use Them Correctly
Life is full of tasks and to-do lists. These lists seem like they never end and it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. Every day, I start with the to-do list I prepare every night mentally or on a notepad. I don’t relax until these 2–3 tasks are complete and it’s worked wonders.
The Mindset Shift You Need if You’re in Your Twenties
So many millennials I know (including myself) are overthinking way too much. We’re often worrying too much about being successful at something that we cripple ourselves into taking no action. Action is the greatest thing we can do in our twenties in order to grow. Through action, we can figure out what we’re passionate about, and what we wouldn’t mind taking a pass on.