Tag Archives: success
Until finding and practicing Intu-Flow® in 2006, I dealt with a large amount of back pain that often included searing pain down my leg. It took about 5 months of daily practice, but that pain went away and has stayed … Continue reading
Did you ever notice that right before you are about to succeed: It sometimes feels like you’re moving through rapidly drying superglue There is the temptation to stop pushing because you know you’ve got it in the bag now. All … Continue reading
The following is a clip of a fellow RMAX athlete, Jim Romig. (He has the shorter haircut and is in black and gray.) If you view the clip, watch his face. Watching Jim in this clip, I noticed something important … Continue reading
Another wave of nausea hits, and as Charlie is dry heaving into the toilet, his watch catches his eye. It taunts him. Everyone keeps telling him how little time he has, and he is spending this moment on his knees … Continue reading
My husband and I are celebrating our wedding anniversary today so this will be short. There are steaks waiting to be grilled and a salad to make, but I wanted to touch base with all of you before spending the … Continue reading
For those who have been asking what I learned from the last few years, this post gives at least a partial answer. While it isn’t something that I pursue, I have friends who are martial artists. They aren’t the dime-store … Continue reading
This post has been moved to my health and fitness blog www.satisfactionandbeyond.com. You can find Part I, an Interview with Ryan Murdock, HERE. You can find Part II, an Interview With Adam Steer, HERE.