Walk boldly in faith! When your vision for your life is in line with God’s word and His ways, you cannot fail! He will place the people, resources and opportunities in your path to help ensure your victory! Serve others with joy! Believe in yourself and your goals and dreams! Keep faith with God’s plan!… Continue reading Walk Boldly In Faith!
Your rewards in this life will be in proportion to the work you actually get accomplished! Yes, goals matter. Yes, having a clear vision for your life matters. But it’s all just feel-good BS if you’re not willing to put in the real work! Sometimea you’ll have to get dirty, put in some real sweat… Continue reading Goals Are Great, But…
Accountability. The word, and the concept, get thrown around so much, it’s become a cliche. But are we using accountability with youth athletes more like a blunt object than a sharpened tool to sculpt success? Much has been said and written about the value of accountability in training and sports. So much, in fact, that… Continue reading Accountability or Unnecessary Confrontation for Youth Athletes?
One of the most difficult life lessons to learn is that emotional attachment to your desired outcomes, objectives and goals is a double-edged sword. Yes, emotional energy gives life to your objectives and goals. Be passionate and excited about what you want to see manifested in the world! But understand that the process matters, the… Continue reading Achievement and Attachment
Findings offer new insight into the complex world of motivation and reward by discovering the science behind giving up. The study is among the first to describe the effects of the complex nociception modulatory system. The researchers said this discovery could lead to helping people find motivation when they are depressed and conversely decrease motivation… Continue reading Urge to Quit is Brain-Based, According to Science
According to a new study differences in what motivates individuals and how they self-regulate behavior influence how they keep fit. The study appearing in the journal Heliyon, published by Elsevier, associates personal characteristics with whether people are likely to prefer solo or group exercise activities, CrossFit® training, resistance training, or team sports, how frequently they… Continue reading Your Fitness is More Than Just Physical, It’s a State of Mind: Study
Cut calories or learn to use your brain to lose weight? It may be both, with an emphasis on the brain part. Behavioral therapy may be as important as caloric reduction, if a new McGill University study is to be believed. The study revealed that people who enjoy more success at weight loss exhibit more… Continue reading Your Key To Weight Loss May Be Your Brain
This is Nate. Nate is a Superhero. Yeah, I know, no cape & no cool suit. But he has a superpower. Several, actually, along with an amazing origin story. You see, Nate suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) at the age of 2. He was diagnosed with a Diffuse Axonal Brain Injury. So his first… Continue reading Limits, Challenges & Real-Life Superheroes
When confronted with a fitness, strength or performance challenge, your first instinct might be to say “I CAN do this!” Self-confidence and motivation are important. Critical to both short- and long-term success, really. So getting fired up to conquer a physical challenge can be a great thing. Maybe even heroic! Unless it’s not. Sometimes, that… Continue reading Badass or Buffoonish?
To the amazement of many who know me, I have stayed out of the political fray throughout the entire 2016 Presidential election cycle, with the exception of writing this post here: Thoughts on Being Right and Speaking Life I’m currently working on a post-election follow-up piece, but wanted to share this with you. This was… Continue reading “Us” vs. “Them”…