Wednesday, October 21, 2020 / by Haley Vail
You just moved in and you’re ready to find the best gym or trainer in the area….
How exactly do you do that?
Wherever you are, you probably have access to over a dozen gyms. There are hundreds of online programs as well. How do you know which one you’ll have the most success at? They all seem to do the same thing. Is there that much of a difference?
Yes, there is a big difference between each gym and program. Just as much as there are many similarities between them.
Think of it like a local bar or hangout that people frequent in their neighborhood. How many bars are within 5 to 10 miles of each other? People still tend to find a favorite one and go there more than any of the others. Why is that?
Humans like connections. When we find a group of people that we feel a connection to, we tend to keep ourselves in that environment. At a bar, it could be a really cool bart ...
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 / by Erik Thorsvik
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Thursday, March 23, 2017 / by Vince Schiavone
Look out!! I'm on a flight...again... This time I read something and instantly had the need to share it. It's about choosing to be happy...
(To be clear, this is ALL Tony Robbins...I'm simply the vehicle to get it into your mind!)
The human brain isn’t designed to make us happy and fulfilled. It’s designed to make us survive.
This two-million-year-old organ is always looking for what’s wrong, for whatever can hurt us, so that we can either fight it or take flight from it. If you and I leave this ancient survival software to run the show, what chance do we have of enjoying life? An undirected mind operates naturally in survival mode, constantly identifying and magnifying these potential threats to our well-being. The result: a life filled with stress and anxiety.
Most people live this way since it’s the path of least resistance. They make unconscious decisions, based on habit and conditioning, and are at the mercy of their own minds. They assume that it&rsquo ...