In the darkness, in the heat, I lie in wait with my eyes closed for class to begin. Beads of sweat form and all I’ve done is simply lay here. They slowly gather speed as they roll off my body and onto the towel. My mind begins Continue reading “STRETCH Yoga is on Fire!”
Nine days I spent off the proverbial grid, and it was incredible! I turned off all notifications on my phones – yes I carry two phones – and got to working Continue reading “Why I took a Work/Life Detox! (And why you should, too.)”
In whatever way you’ve just received some money, pay yourself first! Whether it’s your paycheck, commission check, bonus, lottery winnings, an inheritance – whatever – make sure to Continue reading “Pay Yourself First”
…And how I didn’t make it on the show.
I trained like Hell to get to the level of fitness that was necessary to accomplish all of the obstacles. I worked Continue reading “American Ninja Warrior”
“Greatness is a lot of small things done well.” – Ray Lewis
In a world that demands so much of us, and one that we equally demand so much of, one might consider it fair to think that success should arrive as quickly as our Continue reading “The 1% Difference”
Anyone can be a boss. It is easy telling people what to do and then get angry when things don’t go your way. However, earning trust, getting people to feel safe, supported, inspired and motivated for action, those are all the responsibilities of Continue reading “Being a Leader vs Being a Boss”
“Later. Later. Tomorrow. Next time.” Words I kept hearing throughout my childhood that eventually became integrated as a way of life. My Father would use these words as if they actually meant something. Often, Continue reading “There May Not Be A Next Time”
This week began a new season of the hit abc show, “the Bachelorette”. If you tuned in, you watched as the Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay, a 31 year old Lawyer from Dallas, Texas and former contestant on “the Bachelor” was introduced to all of the male contestants vying for her “heart”. Continue reading “the Bachelorette”
Today I rode 65 of the toughest miles I have ever ridden. It’s not that the route was difficult, it was that my legs were burning, my mind felt unprepared and the weather was Continue reading “Perseverance”
Or get stuck existing in a life someone else wants for you.
Either way, this is a choice you make. If you have ever said, “I have lived a tough life, people have been mean to me, I grew up poor, I was bullied, I don’t have enough, my parents or family did not support me, when things get just right then I will take the plunge…” and so on, then it is time to stop believing these excuses and start believing in yourself.
I have some news to share with you that you are not going to like; Continue reading “Live Your Best Life!”