March 3



Alexander Graham Bell 1847

“I begin my work at about nine or ten o’clock in the evening and continue until four or five in the morning. Night is a more quiet time to work. It aids thought.”

*Try it out tonight. Start working on a project at 9:00 tonight and work on it until 4:00 tomorrow morning. See if this quiet time aids thought. Call someone and let them know how it works.


Herschel Walker 1962

He does 750-1500 push-ups every day as well as 3000 sit ups. He also mixes in 1,500 pull-ups, 1000 dips, and 1000 squats every day. For cardio he will run up to 8 miles and do sprints as well. He also does a regimen of martial arts and MMA after he has completed this workout every morning.

*Pick one of the above. 750 push-ups, 3000 sit ups, 1500 pull ups, 1000 dips, 1000 squats, run 8 miles, or complete an MMA workout. You’ve got all day, and because of Bell, you’ve got all night to complete this.

BONUS: Tracy Anderson 1975

*Go to to workout with Tracy in real time from anywhere, at any time.


Chief Joseph 1840

“Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think and act for myself – and I will obey every law or submit to the penalty.”

*Use today as a reminder that YOU have all these freedoms.


Buddy Valastro 1977

“My parents owned credit cards, but they rarely used them. I use mine, but I make sure I only charge what I know I can pay in full at the end of the month.”

*Have I mentioned how much I hate credit cards? Cut them up!

CROSSOVER: FOOD – Dessert – Cake Boss cake –


Jessica Biel 1982 – watch The Truth About Emanuel

*Watch Jessica Biel win an independent award in The Truth About Emanuel


Tyler Florence 1971 – shrimp and grits

“Inflexible recipes don’t work with the modern lifestyle anymore. They need to be re-translated to fit how real people actually cook and use technology.”

*Prove that you are a real person who can cook using technology.

SNUB – Julie Bowen 1970