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Look for, Recognize and Celebrate the “small win”

By at June 26, 2015 | 5:47 pm | 0 Comment

You cannot effectively manage the end result. You can manage the activity that takes you towards the end result. Focus on the activity. Look for any change that moves you towards the goal. Recognize this change is your momentum building and reinforce your own momentum with a little celebration. I am not advocating taking the

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Starting is the hardest part

By at June 17, 2015 | 6:53 pm | 0 Comment

Starting normally indicates change. Change is normally a challenge as most of our behavior is a pattern unique to us. So this means we are starting something “new”….to us based on our current lives. How to make this easy……so we can experience the growth that comes with change. Start small, really small….start so small that

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Categotries : Continuous Learning / Self Development , Uncategorized

You will know them by their fruits

By at June 12, 2015 | 4:47 pm | 0 Comment

Talk a good game or have the championship rings. Talk a good game or have the physique that says “I take care of my body.” Talk a good game or lead people from their current place to first place. Watch what people do.  

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The Toughest Leadership Challenge You will EVER face

By at June 4, 2015 | 3:53 am | 0 Comment

E-V-E-R I found myself sitting privately in a 1-2-1 conversation with a former SEAL Team Commander, his arms crossed, eyes focused on me like he was sighting me through a scope. Well he was and I sensed it, noting he was watching my every breath, my body language, watching me blink, my pulse on the

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Categotries : Blog , Continuous Learning / Self Development , Uncategorized

Narrow Your Focus for Easier and Faster Gains….in anything !

By at May 22, 2015 | 4:41 pm | 0 Comment

Progress is not always easy, indeed it represents some type of change. Moving from Point A – Point B will require some movement and energy just like a car will use some electricity or gas to to transport you from Point A to Point B. That is a given. The point is this……it does not

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Categotries : Blog , Continuous Learning / Self Development

Posture – don’t leave home without it

By at May 17, 2015 | 6:36 pm | 0 Comment

During an exchange with “someone who knows”…really they do know, not name dropping ….but during the exchange they really had a strong reaction to one of my comments about what I thought over the long haul I should be focusing on.  At the time I noted that I “thought” (not to be confused with fact)

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Categotries : Blog , Strength

Starting is the Hardest Part….how to make it easy

By at May 8, 2015 | 5:52 pm | 0 Comment

When you start getting real and coming face to face honestly with what you need to change it can seem difficult. All the reasons you might not be able to do something swirl around you head and it might be easier to simply not attempt than to take action. Most people have felt this at

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Categotries : Blog , Strength

It takes time and practice

By at March 31, 2015 | 6:39 pm | 0 Comment

I am seeing results from my program (planned in Oct. 2015), then fine tuned after completing the program that ran Dec. – Feb.. I had a good solid dose of raw power and base conditioning with Andy Bolton’s powerlifting programming.  It was good, it was challenging and an incredible learning experience.  He is a good

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Categotries : Blog , Training Log

Minimum Dose…..I like it and it works.

By at March 24, 2015 | 2:18 pm | 0 Comment

45 years into this training/getting stronger/gaining muscle/getting in shape journey I still enjoy those moments of utter joy when you try something and it works in a way that just makes you smile.  You know that in a world of hype, social media mailing lists, claims which are not accurate or don’t have merit…..”Get a

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Program Changes/Results/Surprises/Goals

By at March 19, 2015 | 3:09 pm | 0 Comment

Rings – added them to edge just a tad in the gymnastics direction given with 3 screws in my ankle I will not be doing tumbling I enjoy the process of studying, learning and then practicing the basics…there is potential for injury to the delicate shoulder if the technique is not beyond solid.  The good

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Categotries : Blog , Training Log