Returning to the Path – Don’t Lose Your Goal

I have a diet that works for me. It fits my appetite, I feel great while I’m sticking to it, and I lose fat and gain lean muscle while I’m on it. It’s the slow-carb diet, I’ve written about it before and highly recommend it. This post is not about the slow-carb diet, but about . . . → Read More: Returning to the Path – Don’t Lose Your Goal

Break Your Resolution – Replace it with a Measurable Goal

When I make new years resolutions, two or three weeks in I am either discouraged that I haven’t been able to hold myself to them or I am getting pretty tired of them and am ready to break them. If you feel the same, I encourage you to take a different tact on resolutions. They . . . → Read More: Break Your Resolution – Replace it with a Measurable Goal

Don’t Ask “What If?”, Ask “How?”

Thinking positively can be difficult at times. My former manager told me think “how” instead of “what if”. I think this is a great example of how to think positively. It eliminates the thought of failure from your head and provides the ideal mindset to get things done.

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“X” is for you to decide

Redefining my “X”, in my mind, would be establishing revised financial, personal, spiritual, emotional and career goals. . . . → Read More: “X” is for you to decide