Just because I am not vying for 20-inch biceps or thunderously strong thighs like the muscle heads in the gym doesn't mean I should shun the weight room. Lifting weights will give me an edge over belly fat, stress, heart disease, and cancer—an... Read more
You know what you want to achieve, give up, improve, triumph over, resolve. Here is an exercise to help people identify their roadblocks—and blast through them. Ready to get started?
Choose the Right Goal
1a. Kegan and Lahey say that ou... Read more
Ok I've been working on and strictly focusing on diet and exercise for well over a year now but now it is time for that all important second step my lifestyle its self.
Diet and exercise are only a part of the complete conversion of a healthy ... Read more
Lately, I have been re-pondering the idea of failure; strike that it is non-accomplishments and considering that maybe there really is no such thing. What we perceive as a non-accomplishment may simply be our inner being's way of telling us that... Read more
Though no one can go back and make a brand new start,anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending
OK, What's the matter? And, don't try and smooth it over, shrug it off, and tell me "nothing"
There is something the matter, isn't the... Read more
Too often we fail to achieve a goal we've set simply for lack of being consistent in our efforts. We commit to getting in-shape and so we work-out and eat healthy for a few days, but when we don't see a huge weight release in this short amount o... Read more
Good riddance to decisions that don't support self-worth."
Here's Looking at You, Kid!
The first step in changing your self-evaluation is careful, logical risk assessment. The strategy of feeling physically unattractive actually doe... Read more
They begIn as signals, tugs. And with careful tending our most unlikely dreams come true.
At this point, I hope you're wondering how you can set your own Wildly Improbable Goals. The problem is, you can't. WIGs are to normal thoughts what Sibe... Read more
How many of us have lost touch with our self confidence, had our self esteem lowered, because of the image we must face in the mirror every day? How many of us avoid dressing or undressing infront of a mirror because we can't stand to see oursel... Read more
Did you know that drinking too much water can actually be dangerous to your health?
Whenever you disregard your sense of thirst and strive to ingest several glasses of water a day just because you have been told that doing so is... Read more
Well here's something I was very impressed with in watching Dr Oz yesterday afternoon.
www.doctoroz.com/videos/ hypnosis-weightloss-pt-1?h s317=billboard_3
The mind is a powerful thing and used to its fullest ext... Read more
A person who wants something will find a way.. A person who doesn't will find an excuse...
Finding a Way: Slow and steady!
I want happiness. I'm already happy
I want to jog, maybe even run one day I already jog 3 miles a day using Wii!
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"So stop. Go mindless. Breathe. Let go. And remind yourself that this very moment is the only one you know you have for sure."
How many of us have taken an apple out of your refrigerator, washed it, Dried it, but before taking a bite, actua... Read more
There are always going to be natural consequences that accompany every choice we make. Some opportunities inevitably pass us by, but we can take advantage of others. Many people feel powerless, but this is rarely the case--some opportunities jus... Read more