Category Archives for Goal Setting

7 Lessons for a Lean and Fit Fall

Summer is coming to an end, the kids are back in school and there’s pumpkin spice and football feels everywhere. This is the time of year that many people just cruise along and ride it out. The days get busier, the holidays are coming quickly, there will be weight gain, there will be stress and […]

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Lessons From My Failures

Sometimes I take my life lessons from Olivia Pope. If you don’t watch Scandal you need to get on that. Total girl crush right here. The best thing about Olivia is her famous line “It’s handled.” My question for you is, are you handling your shit? What I mean by this is are you trying […]

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Are You Getting What You Want? Start Examining Your Thoughts

Why don’t you accomplish what you want? With weight loss, your career, your relationships… You may be struggling with all of the above or maybe just one or two. Regardless of where you’re stuck, it usually comes down to the same thing. In studying my own mindset, behaviors, habits and ultimately results, I’ve learned that […]

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How to Get Better Results: Part II

Last week I dove into the simple techniques you can use to improve your results or your life in general, without actually adding more “stuff” to your to-do list. This starts with getting really clear on your goal. Don’t make it fluffy or you won’t follow through. You then have to ask yourself some deeper […]

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7 Lessons for a Lean and Fit Winter

It’s already the heart of fall, summer is over and now we’re officially moving into the holiday season with Halloween already coming up next week. This is the time of year that many people just cruise along and ride it out. There will be weight gain, there will be stress and I’ll just start over […]

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How to Get Better Without Doing More

I’ve been studying a lot about how to get better. What does getting “better” actually mean? To me it’s just building on yourself based on what you stand for, but working toward making changes in your thoughts, behaviors and ultimately habits. The title of this blog post may be a little deceiving because it says […]

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