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Whether you know it or don’t know it at the time, we all experience triggering events. A trigger event is a particular situation that prompts your life to be different. It is a situation that evokes learning, growth and hopeful improvement. The positive from trigger events is that they force you to show up differently.
Today we discuss the five phases to the Cycle of Success. A cycle NOT a journey. During a journey, you can pass something and never come back to it. When you move through a cycle, the phases are continually repeated.
Have you ever heard the phrase: life isn’t fair? I think we all have. But do you remember the second half that’s often left out? It is this: the sooner you learn that life isn’t fair; the better off your life will be.
The role you have is chance an opportunity. You get to fill that role. The life you have is chance. An opportunity. You get to live.
Passion can really be anything that simultaneously challenges you, intrigues you, and motivates you. It is what makes your heart sing and it puts you to work
What great opportunities do you have right now that are disguised as impossible situations? How can you speed up (not slow down) and take advantage of these opportunities?
Pilates originated as rehabilitation for injured soldiers following WW2, and today is an effective practice for movement following injuries. Jeff and Rachael talk with Sarah Hughes, Pilates instructor, about the basics of Pilates, how it differs from yoga, and how to find a studio and instructor that works for you.
Qoya is a form of dance yoga that is based on a simple idea: through movement, we remember our deepest essence. Jeff and Rachael talk with Lyndsey Azlynne, Qoya instructor, about how the class helps guests enjoy moving and expressing in their bodies.
People who have a meal plan have more food variety, better diet quality, and improved health. Jeff and Rachael talk with Lindsay Ford, RD, about tips and tricks for simplified and effective meal planning.
The benefits of strength training are numerous, including physiological benefits such as increased muscle mass, decreased fat and an increase in your metabolic rate, not to mention increased confidence and reduced risk of injury. Find out how to add strength training into your routine, when to add weight, and how to keep track of your progress.