Tag Archives: PERSONAL GROWTH

Argue For Your Limitations And They Are Yours To Keep

I was having a conversation with, yes, you guessed it, another client today and she was explaining why she went to visit family for a week and didn’t exercise. After asking her a series of questions she kept saying that she chose not to exercise in order to support her family members. Wait a minute; […]

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What Are You Sacrificing Yourself For?

I was having a conversation with a client yesterday, as I do everyday, and of course the topic of nutrition came up. So I asked the same question I ask my clients everyday, “What have you eaten so far today?” The reply, “I was too busy at work and didn’t have time to eat since […]

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Share What You Know So That Others May Grow

An old college buddy, Walt Goodridge, has this really cool slogan that I like to borrow from time to time. Of course, I always give him credit for it. It goes like this: “I share what I know so that others may grow.” That’s really powerful, isn’t it? It just about says everything that I […]

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It Doesn’t Matter What or How Much You Do; Make it Count.

For many years now I’ve been telling my seminar participants that fitness is a metaphor for like. By this I mean that over the years I have observed that people tend to interact the same way in the gym as they do in the rest of their lives. I can usually make a fairly accurate […]

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