I love traveling, but there’s one place I will never visit…

Someday Isle.

Ever gone there?

Someday I’ll eat healthier.

Someday I’ll quit smoking.

Someday I’ll work harder.

Many people have paid this place a visit, but if you want to reach your full potential, book another trip.


Brian Tracy, the expert on human potential, says…


What does this mean?

Eat that frog first thing in the morning and get it out of the way.

What is your frog? Working out? Making calls? Studying? Cleaning?

When you do the most difficult thing first, you not only get it out of the way, but you gain confidence and momentum. Otherwise, the frog will be staring at you all day and zap you of your energy.


Today’s message is especially dedicated to the great Salvatore Scarlata, owner of Vidalia Restaurant in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Happy Birthday to an amazing chef.

Can you quit smoking?

Can you go on a diet?

Can you start working out?

Some people say they can’t do this or can’t do that.

Then, I ask them, “Well, if I offered you a million dollars, could you?”

The answer is always, “Oh, yeah!”

So you can do the right things, but what I want to know is…

WILL you?


“Do you love life? Then don’t squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.”

I have a feeling that someone out there has something to do that they don’t want to do.

Something that they’ve been putting off.

I know I do.

It could be something at work, at school, or on the field.

If you have something to do, or something to take care of, do it immediately. The sooner you attack it, the sooner it gets eliminated.

When a favored team is playing an underdog, the favored team should put the other team away as soon as possible.


Because the longer the game goes on, the more hope the underdog has.

The longer you put off a problem or an issue, the worse it’s going to get.

Stop telling the world what you’re going to do and start showing it.

Do it, and do it today.

Thanks for reading.


Procrastination can keep you from attaining your goals. Since today is Super Bowl Sunday, I’d like to tell you my favorite football story…

All the animals were gathered ’round for a game of football. The large animals were on the same team, like the elephants, lions, bears, etc., and all of the small animals, like the rabbits, squirrels and insects, were on the opposing team. Well, the large animals kicked off and the small animals were stopped on their 20-yard line. On the first play, there was a hand-off to the rabbit and he got stopped at the line of scrimmage. The next play, the squirrel, (quarterback) got sacked for a loss of five yards. This continued and after the first quarter, the score was, 21-0, in favor of the large animals. At the half, the score was 35-0.

The small animals kicked off to start the second half and the tiger caught the ball and was stopped at the 15-yard line. On the first play, there was a hand-off to the jaguar and he was stopped at the line of scrimmage. After that, the quarterback was sacked for a loss of three yards. Then, there was another hand-off and the cougar was tackled for only a gain of one yard. He looked down and saw a centipede smiling up at him. “Did you just tackle me?!” The centipede happily replied, “Yup, I tackled the jaguar and quarterback too!”

So the small animal team was excited and on a roll. The rabbit ran up to the centipede and said, “Great job, but where were you in the first half?!”

The centipede replied, “I was tying my shoes.”

Don’t wait, be great today.

Thanks for reading.


Today’s message is especially dedicated to the great Ian Rubel.

What are you putting off doing?

Getting gas? Studying? Doing the dishes? Taking guitar lessons? Saving money?

“Oh, I’ll get to that tomorrow.”

We all talk a big game, but very few of us take action. The best ideas are often lost because of inaction.

Margaret Thatcher once said, look at some of your most satisfying days and you will see that they were not the ones that you sat around doing nothing but ones where you had so much to do and accomplished it all.

You may be putting something off because it may be a pain to do, but the truth is, if you postpone it, the pain will be even greater.

Here are some great quotes on the topic…

“Genius is the ability to put into effect what is in your mind.”

“We’re behind you all the way.”

“My parents told me I’d never amount to anything because I procrastinated too much. I told them, ‘Just you wait.’ “
-JUDY TENUTA, comedian

“A small amount of action is exponentially more powerful than the greatest idea.”

Think less, do more!

Thanks for reading.