I tracked my sleep obsessively for a year and consumed every piece of knowledge I could find on the topic. I summed up everything I learned in this article. Enjoy!

By the end of this article you will know 3 things:

  1. Why great sleepers have a competitive advantage when it comes to both, optimal mental & physical fitness and creating meaningful…

It was mid-2015 and I was anxious to start something that exercised more creativity than selling houses (I was a realtor at the time).

So my friends and I decided to start a company. We started with some simple questions that most ask when thinking about starting a company. What…

Journal Entry: Saturday, May 30th, 2020

Anti-racism is the term I keep seeing. The anti-racism message seems to be spread amongst other people who agree with this message. (For the most part) Of course, we do. We all bleed, shit, and cry. It’s a simple yet powerful truth that most…

The Coronavirus, otherwise known as “COVID-19”, has swept across the globe, infecting more than 700,000 people according to Worldometer, as of March 29, 2020. What started as a simple media scare has quickly evolved into a pandemic. Quarantines, business shutdowns, and lockdowns in entire countries are the new norm.


I just turned 26 years old in Lima Peru. Most of the day was spent working and stressing over something I can’t even remember.

It was now 7 pm and my friend Brett and I were still aggressively staring at our computer screens. …

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In The Pirates of the Caribbean, there is a special compass.

A compass that points in the direction of what you want most in the world.

The idea of this compass fascinates me. Maybe because I have always struggled with knowing which path to take. Which career do I choose? What friends do I choose to spend time with? Where do…

There are only a handful of things we have control over in our lives and at some point, most of us accept the fact that there are A LOT of things we simply can’t control.

I think it happens to all of us a bit differently but ultimately… it’s inevitable.

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The rise of the CrossFit gym did something pretty awesome for the average human(not a professional athlete).

It brought something that resembles the performance-based training used to train professional athletes to us all. Now we get to suffer together like the best in the business ;)

If you haven’t taken…

When you google “Why is mental health important” you are provided with several articles that are typically broken down like so:

  • definition of mental health
  • signs of mental health issues
  • how to get help or how to ask for help


Thanks, mentalhealth.gov but I already know I feel like…

“Fail fast and fail often” — Phil Knight

Okay, I don’t have a son, and I don’t think failure is wrong.

Although, I think the current dialogue around failure could be reframed. Failure is not a good thing but it’s not a bad thing either. Approaching a task with the…

Tyler Donahue

Writer @TheHustle @thriveglobal | Founder @th3kindproject @essentialblankets

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