The Opposite

Change is hard.  But it is simple.  Oftentimes, it starts with the internal dialogue that we have with ourselves.  It's either...I can't do this, I'll start on Monday, I can't afford it, or I'm too busy...OR

THE OPPOSITE...

I CAN DO THIS. I'LL START NOW. I AM WORTH IT. THIS IS A PRIORITY!!!!!!!!!

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5 Dumb Mistakes Healthy People Make

You’re not the type of person to make many mistakes. And certainly not dumb mistakes. In fact, it’s my guess that you’re healthier than most. 

You likely exercise regularly. You watch what you eat. You keep up-to-date on the latest health concerns. You don’t binge on sugar and boxed wine (hopefully you're over the boxed wine phase of your life :) ).

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5 Ways To Become FEARLESS (Special Guest Post)

...Just as I was about to let myself off the hook and take the safe road, the “Fear Angel” cried out from my other shoulder, “No, Martin.  You can do it.  You are going to go for it like you always do, and it is going to be a better presentation because you did!”

The conversation between these two voices didn’t stop there......

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The Hardest Questions Create The Biggest Results

These questions are simple.

I will warn you...these questions are REALLY HARD to answer.

These questions have the potential to change your physical health, mental health, relationships, financial habits, career direction, and everything in between.  How do I know?  I'm living proof.  I know others who are living proof.

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Why a Good Scare May be Just What You Need...

It’s that time of year again when we are surrounded by frightful images of ghoulish goblins,
creepy ghosts and murderous witches – all designed to shock us out of our wits.
Many of us deliberately seek a good Halloween scare. Others run away from Halloween or
anything else terrifying. Which are you?
 

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Warrior Spotlight - - Gina "The Hoff"

In school, I wasn’t involved in athletics, unless you count my one season playing 7th grade tennis and a couple years of t-ball/softball in elementary school.  Phy-ed class was the extent of my physical activity and it was only because it was a required course.  I did join a gym shortly out of high school, but didn’t really have any direction, accountability or results.  Once my membership was up, that was the last time I stepped foot in a gym for over 20 years.

Fast forward through the years and a little upon a little of pounds became a lot of pounds.  Just like most people, I would make a new year’s resolution to lose weight.  

When a week of the treadmill or elliptical in the basement didn’t make the scale budge I would quit. 

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A Warrior Reborn: Power From Within

First off, let me say that Jodi was extremely brave to share this part of her story with the public.  The courage it takes to put yourself out there is powerful, but the impact it might have on somebody else going through the same thing might be even more so.  I knew the first time I met Jodi that she needed a community of people that would support her through the hard times and celebrate her small wins every step of the way.  

I am so thankful that we get to work with her and it's been absolutely incredible the transformation she has went through in just 17 short weeks!  She has obviously went through amazing physical changes, but now more than anything I see a bigger smile and a whole new confident person walking through the doors.  Jodi is proof that you can be reborn even from some of the darkest places you and I may never even contemplate.  Jodi is proof that the most powerful stuff is on the inside; waiting to be let out; waiting for that shot at victory.

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