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The Simple Way To Build Good Habits

We all have habits. The question is, is more of yours working for you or against you? In reality, there’s always a mix. Some habits are good, some neutral, and some of them are bad. The key is to get more of your habits working for you and less working against you. Sounds simple, right! So why don’t more people …

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In Pursuit Of Happiness: Struggles And Success

Today, I would like to talk about the pursuit of happiness. Here’s a common and often quoted phrase: “Happiness is a journey, not a destination.” If this is true, why are so many people so focused on the destinations in their life? It’s true in all areas of life, but particularly health and fitness. People are obsessed with losing “X” …

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How To Overcome Fear And Uncertainty

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had dozens of conversations with clients and friends about how to overcome fear and uncertainty. A big topic of these conversations was their fear and uncertainty about the future. So many people are apprehensive and fearful of what the future may hold. Will they lose their job? What if their elderly parents or …

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Motivation Monday: Embrace Adversity To Build Resilience

Some of the greatest success stories in history have come from people who’ve faced tremendous adversity in life. This week’s Motivation Monday theme is dedicated to people who have experienced war, famine, trauma, disabilities, severe discrimination, abuse, and more. Despite these massive obstacles, they develop into a highly successful person, business owners, politicians, or leaders. Statistics show that the percentage …

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The Truth About Hard Work

At some point, we’ve all been told that hard work is important. People commonly exclaim: “Wow! That person is a hard worker!” Because of this, it’s common for people to wear their hard work as a badge of honor and high praise. We see this in many areas such as corporate office culture and society’s fitness mindset. If you are …