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A Little Bit of Crazy and the Love of a Best Friend!

Renate Cunneen | Posted 02.09.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Renate Cunneen

Moral of the story is: It's okay to be a little or a lot crazy as long as you have people that will dive deep with you and wait on the surface if it takes you a little longer to emerge.

4 Tips to Take Away From Rocky IV

Tony DeSantis | Posted 02.09.2016 | Healthy Living
Tony DeSantis

I credit Stallone's workout montage in Rocky IV for molding me into the fitness professional I am, today. Everything that I love to do in my workouts stems from the Balboa regimen.

I Could Choose the Easy Path

Anna Shelley | Posted 02.09.2016 | Women
Anna Shelley

'This post originally published on' Things that would be easier than what I'm doing now: Not being self employed Being a stay at ho...

Why feeling like a failure could be your own fault

Nancy Laws | Posted 02.09.2016 | Business
Nancy Laws

Golly, I am about two weeks into my new fitness journey. I say new because this is probably the third journey I have started in the last six months....

As We Leave January, Stay With Your Resolutions For Change in 2016

Kathy Andersen | Posted 02.09.2016 | Women
Kathy Andersen

The key to staying with the change we want to create lies in our 100 percent commitment to our own happiness and well-being -- honoring that which truly makes us happy, joyful, purposeful, and fulfilled.

To Anyone Who Thinks They're Falling Behind In Life

Jamie Varon | Posted 02.09.2016 | Women
Jamie Varon

You don't need more motivation. You don't need to be inspired to action. You don't need to read any more lists and posts about how you're not doing enough. There's a magic beyond us that works in ways we can't understand.

The 4 Keys to Unlocking the Life of Your Dreams

Shawn Doyle | Posted 02.08.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Shawn Doyle

It's all up to you, at the end of your days, when you're sitting on the porch in the sun, I want you to be able to say that yes -- you have no regrets, you truly lived the life of your dreams.

What It Means to Be Coachable And Why You Should Care

Laura Probert, MPT | Posted 02.08.2016 | Healthy Living
Laura Probert, MPT

If you're reading this, you're not an Olympian yet (most likely) so maybe, just maybe there's something to be gained by taking a look at the way you approach your sport, your coaches, your teammates and/or your attitude in general. Being coachable means you're leaving room for the possibility that there's something you haven't learned yet that could make you even better.

Why We Must Take Action in the Face of Devastation

Kyle Bryant | Posted 02.08.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Kyle Bryant

When I was invited to speak at the opening night of the 11th annual Parent Heart Watch Conference, I could not imagine how my story could relate to pa...

Nick Varano -- A Cut Above

Stacey Alcorn | Posted 02.06.2016 | Business
Stacey Alcorn

He's been seared, broiled, and filleted just a bit along the way, but, just like the mouth-watering steaks he serves at his five award winning restaurants and one café in and around Boston, Nick Varano, has turned out better because of it.

Good Karma at the Workplace: Positive Energy Produces Stellar Results

O'Brien Browne | Posted 02.05.2016 | Business
O'Brien Browne

A vital yet intangible element of all healthy and well-performing workplaces is the presence of good karma or, if you prefer, positive energy.

How the Insanity of Baseball Stats Cured My Writer's Block... Sort Of

Denice Duff | Posted 02.05.2016 | Sports
Denice Duff

One afternoon, I was walking through the living room holding my lap top and a stack of used yellow lined writing pads. I heard the announcer lauding the praises of David Ortiz -- of the Boston Red Sox. I paused and looked at the TV.

3 Skills That Will Change Your Life

Brett Berhoff | Posted 02.08.2016 | Business
Brett Berhoff

We often hear the term "The Game of Life." In some ways, life is a game. It is a game of strategy that exists within your mind, the others around you, and all of the millions of variables of that make up our existence.

Gaining New Business Ronda Rousey Style

Jack Stahlmann | Posted 02.05.2016 | Business
Jack Stahlmann

The rumblings are getting louder that a Ronda Rousey-Holly Holm rematch will happen next fall. For those of you not savvy in UFC cage fighting, don'...

5 Scary Things Your Mom Did Not Tell You About Becoming a Mom

Sumitha Bhandarkar | Posted 02.05.2016 | Parents
Sumitha Bhandarkar

Sorry, it ain't all rainbows and unicorn, peaches. So, here I am. To break it down to you. Be warned: it's not for the faint of heart...

3 Ways to Stay True to Yourself in a Noisy World

Anthony Awadalla | Posted 02.05.2016 | Healthy Living
Anthony Awadalla

Tools that give me the confidence that I know I need and the maturity I've developed in order to go after what I want without falling into the same mistakes I made in the past.

The Diary of a Recovering Perfectionist

Cailen Ascher | Posted 02.05.2016 | Business
Cailen Ascher

We've been told that success is the result of hard work, dedication and a linear path. That asking for help is a sign of weakness. And that focusing purely on what we love -- our strengths -- and letting someone else handle the rest/help us/guide us/be with us is lazy.

Be an Idiot in Business and Life

Grant Cardone | Posted 02.04.2016 | Business
Grant Cardone

The word "idiot" comes from Latin and was used to describe a common person who was not educated, not worldly. It is a word used to make a person feel bad, to feel like they are missing out on something that "everyone else knows!"

Five Accountability Strings to Pull You Up When You Want to Quit

Mark W. Guay | Posted 02.04.2016 | Healthy Living
Mark W. Guay

When I struggle to create something, I've learned that a simple desire to turn an idea into a creation isn't enough to be consistent. To continue to move forward, I pull from multiple strings of accountability which I learned from my days of endurance racing and coaching.

The Case for Having Employees Work through Mistakes

Melissa Garvey | Posted 02.04.2016 | Business
Melissa Garvey

Here is my call to action for all managers of people--remember that no matter what your title, if you have people report to you, you are also a coach.

Natural Happiness: The Truth About Exercise and Depression

James Clear | Posted 02.03.2016 | Healthy Living
James Clear

Whatever you choose, pick it now, start small, and begin proving to yourself that you can become the type of person you want to become. Tiny habits, when repeated consistently, can be the difference success or failure, confidence or doubt, and even happiness or depression.

Are Your Goals Too Big?

Stephen Guise | Posted 02.03.2016 | Healthy Living
Stephen Guise

I realized I had merged two superpowers. Not only was I using small steps to achieve more, but by stringing them together daily, I was forming a habit. This wasn't a normal habit though. People don't typically do this to form habits. This was something else. It was a mini habit!

What Actually Is Success?

Fani Stipkovic | Posted 02.03.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Fani Stipkovic

It's taken a lot of work to distinguish a work/private time balance. I've felt so drained in certain situations that only with strong spiritual training and embracing the simple values surrounding my career gives me the inner strength and peace to continue forward.

The Power to Get Things Done - Whether You Feel Like It or Not

Lisa Earle McLeod | Posted 02.02.2016 | Business
Lisa Earle McLeod

You know you need to make that client phone call; it's important for your success, you promised yourself you would do it, but somehow, it falls to the bottom of the list. As it turns out, motivation is not the problem.

As a Fitness Instructor, I Refuse to Use the Words "Bikini Body"

Ali Reti | Posted 02.02.2016 | Women
Ali Reti

These days, when I'm teaching a group fitness class, I choose my words carefully, knowing how much of an impact they can have. I emphasize how the exercises we do in class are in preparation for activities we do outside the gym.