Your Success will not be measure by how many days you get to “Take Off,” but instead by how many days you “Take On” Martin Rooney
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Entries by Shawn Dietrich
This week we have a great video from Dean Somerset looking at the side plank. Check it out here
In the last few weeks we reviewed our habits, defined our purpose and created our goals. There is only one thing left…to take action, to start moving in the direction that will lead to success. Proactive people are able to pack more into their lives because they put first things first. Stephen Covey states that […]
Just an avocado a day can significantly lower your cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease, a new study shows. Avocados are rich in so-called healthy fats and other nutrients and the study, published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, shows…for the article click here
This week Vani Hari (aka the Food Babe) has a series of videos with Peter Jennings from ABC News that were first aired in 2003. The Special Report is asking how the food industry is deceiving you. The very scary truth is that not very much has changed since then, if anything for the worse. […]
What exactly are the benefits of receiving massage or bodywork treatments? Check out this article and find out how massage can help you to move forward with your health and fitness goals.
GOAL SETTING Last week we discussed the importance of having a purpose prior to sitting down and writing out our goals. Purpose provides the foundation from which you can decide the priority of each of the goals you write (yes, write – if it really is a goal write it down). Completion of this task […]
This week Nick Winkelman of EXOS (formerly Athletes Performance) takes us through the worlds greatest stretch.
Defining a purpose – Kevin McCarthy (The On-Purpose Person) states that we are searching for the meaning of our lives, given our unique experiences, talents, and potential. Purpose is a permanent, common thread woven throughout and in all parts of our lives. He goes on to explain that purpose is energy, the single most motivating […]
What is Vitamin B12 and how do we know if we are getting enough. Chris Kresser has an artilce that discusses Vitamin B12 related to some of the newest research and facts we have known for a long time. Chris Kresser
1. If I bring more awareness to my doubts I will find… 2. My purpose is…
The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today. Let us move forward with strong and active faith. Franklin D. Roosevelt
Purpose – the reason for which something exists or is done, made, used, etc.; an intended or desired result; end; aim; goal; determination; resoluteness; the subject in hand; the point at issue; practical result, effect, or advantage: to act to good purpose; to set as an aim, intention, or goal for oneself; on purpose, by […]
Powerful questions can help us to navigate our daily lives and ensure we are achieving what we set out to achieve. If you take the time to answer thoughtfully you can learn a lot about yourself. Even better, write five answers each day and then review at the end of the week… it can lead […]
Journey – an act of travelling from one place to another; the distance travelled in a journey; the time taken to make a journey; a long and often difficult process of personal change and development; passage or progress from one stage to another
Here is an interesting New York Times article discussing what 2000 calories looks like. They suggest the average adult should be eating between 1600 and 2400 calories in a day. They then show a variety of restaurant meals and the calories included and compare to food cooked at home. The take home message…eat at home.
I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing the world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something. Neil Gaiman