In this age of self-care, it is well established that in order to be successful at pretty much anything, you have to take complete responsibility for it. Jack Canfield, co-author of The Chicken Soup For The Soul series of books and success philosopher extraordinare in his opus The Success Principles, says taking 100% responsibility is […]
Dear Dr. Tim,
It’s been awhile (about a year) since I exercised regularly and was wondering the best way to get back into it. I’m 43 and don’t have any health problems, but my time and money are both limited right now. Should I join a gym or buy some dumbbells or something?
Jason B.,Chicago, Il.
-Better save that, we may need it for the autopsy.
-Darn. page 52 of the manual is missing.
-Wait a minute, if this is his spleen, then what is that?
-Hand me that … uh…that uh…Thingie.
-Oh no! I just lost my Rolex.
-Oops. Has anyone survived 500ml of this stuff before?
-Ya know, there’s big dollars in kidneys, and this […]
I was standing at a flat area of stone about the size of a small bedroom at 11,000’ on the Grand Teton in the Wyoming Rocky Mountains in 2001. I was making a climbing attempt with friends Scott Schnackenberg, Bob Degregorio and our guide Peter Carse when Scott uttered the phrase “Hoka Hey!” Bob and […]
When I was twelve years old I watched a guy from Colorado named Frank Shorter win the Olympic marathon and was wowed to the core. How could anybody run twenty six plus miles? At sub five minute mile pace? Crazy man. A few days later I joined the junior high cross country team and […]