NOTE TO SELF :
Get excited about the little things.
'bout wearing a new outfit for the first time. 'bout Sunday mountain ridin'. 'bout the new cute girl in your med school. 'bout new pair of shoes. 'bout anythin' that even remotely makes you happy because as you grow up, passions fade and enthusiasm get mistaken for foolishness. So don't let the grey world stop you from shinin'.
I have had a few people this month inquire about my group and told me they already have their fitness on point, but they don’t have their nutrition in line yet.
Guess what❓Nutrition is 80% of your success‼️ Fitness is 20%. You CAN’T out work a bad diet! The only way to reach a healthy lifestyle is to combine Nutrition & Fitness for 💯% achievement.
That’s why I put the main focus of my support & accountability groups on CLEAN EATING & NUTRITION 🍎 🚫There’s no magic pill or quick fix that will get you to your goal. Learning a healthy lifestyle you can take with you the rest of your life is the “Secret Sauce!” Are YOU ready to find your “Secret Sauce” to nutritious success⁉️ I’m here to help you🙋🏼♀️
Smoke From Fires Gives Tahoe Gorgeous Sunrise. Recently I wanted to know why people follow me and what should I post more about. So that's what I found out from my poll:
1. Most of the people want to see more artsy photos of my clients and photography related stories.
2. Other parts of people want to see more selfies. I was surprised 🙂
3. I found out that people also follow me because of my style. That surprised me too! I'll try to post more photos of my outfits. They're all very cheap and easy to recreate.
4. Traveling and travel tips are only number 4 on my list. However, I've noticed that travel posts are the most popular posts on my IG.
5. San Francisco’s spots.
6. Some of you want to know more about my life.
7. There are a handful of people that appreciate my funny pictures in my stories. I'm glad that someone likes my weird sense of humor lol ❤️
What do you think? What should I post more about?🙌🏻🙏🏻
Winter sun. Green grass. 🌞🌿🐶💕
Sansa is slowly, gradually and successfully getting used to being around the kids. Today was a great day as we were all outside with footballs, motorbikes and plenty of noise.
What's the best way to stand out in an oversaturated market?
I'm chilling here in Hawaii helping my boy, Jason Capital coach his Million Dollar Accelerator Mastermind and I wanted to share something interesting with you.
One of the guys in the group asked me:
“Ryan, there are hundreds of business people in my niche, how do I stand out from all the competition in an oversaturated market?
Here's the thing…
THE PERSON delivering the content is more important than the content itself.
You want to focus in building Authority and Celebrity in your market to stand out.
How do you do this?
Create better than average content.
Look at the what everyone else in your niche is producing for content then exceed that standard in your content.
If you would like to know how to do this for yourself, then hit that link in my bio and register for ICON this September.
I love this kid. He couldn't decide which pair of Converse shoe he wanted so he tried both on, and asked his sisters for their opinions. Of course they had him walk with both pairs on. So he tucked in his hands in his pockets and walked that "runway!" He even did his "model" turn. 🤣😂🤣 He's too adorable! #redshoes#redsneakers#redconverse#shoegame#converse#mykid
Whenever I travel somewhere, I always try to wake up as early as I can to see the sunrise. On the second day at North Tahoe, we woke up at 5.30 am and went to see the sunrise at Crystal Bay Fire Lookout. It's an easy 10 minutes hike with a rewarding view of the lake and King’s Beach. There were a lot of people with dogs. I wish could travel with my dog ( I don't have a dog but I want one). After that, I had Eggs Benedict with salmon and capers at one of the restaurants at King’s beach. It’s my favorite breakfast when I travel! What do you like to eat for breakfast when you travel? 🥘🥗☕️ Would you travel with your dog? 🐕🐈 @tahoenorth #mytahoeadventure#tahoenorth#ad#crystalbay#crystalbayfirelookout
“During peacetime a scientist belongs to the world,”
“But during wartime he belongs to his country.”
Dr. Fritz Haber, a German scientist, was responsible (along with German Chemist Carl Bosch) for synthesizing ammonia — a feat that was historically unsuccessful.
Synthetic ammonia, the main nitrogenous component of fertilizer, dramatically changed the world. Experts estimate that if this triumph of agricultural chemistry had not been discovered — and utilized —, the human population would be maxing out around 4 billion, as opposed to its current population nearing 8 billion.
This is where the story gets dark though.
The same guy who developed fertilizer, also created one of the first major weaponized chemicals: Chlorine Gas.
In WW1, Haber’s invention lead to death of nearly 100,000 people. In WW2, however, the numbers were much greater. This is because his team was also charged with the creation of Zyklon, a pesticide, and predecessor to Zyklon-B — the chemical of the holocaust.
Haber was Jewish.