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What Doesn’t Kill You

In a recent study, sports psychologists researched several elite athletes who were afflicted with some type of adversity or serious injury. Initially, each athlete reported feeling isolated, emotionally unstable, and had doubts about their athletic ability. But afterward – after healing – those same athletes reported gaining a desire to help others through their adversities […]

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How to Change Your Life

Why do some people change while others don’t? Bill Phillips was the first person to become a great influence on my mind and personal philosophy. Bill is the author of Body-for-LIFE and one of the biggest names in the health and fitness industry. In an interview about his experience helping hundreds of thousands of people […]

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Overcoming Addiction

When we hear the word “addiction” we usually think of drugs, alcohol, and maybe nicotine. But in this day and age there are so many more things we can be addicted to that aren’t just limited to the usual substances. Addiction is almost synonymous with street drugs, prescription medication, and alcohol, even though we know […]

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Attention and Effort: The Secret to Change

Socrates said, “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” This quote resonates with so many of us at such a profound level. But what does it actually mean? This popular quote from Socrates can be more deeply and accurately understood by […]

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All The Time…

This speaks volumes about the human mind: we all think about what may go wrong, wonder what will go wrong, imagine everything going wrong, and obsess over our thoughts, worries, and fears to such an excessive degree that we forget the truth of this quote (a truth we have always known all along): All we […]

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What Are You Trying to Escape?

It’s been said that the fastest way to find the solution to a problem is to ask the right questions. In terms of personal growth and addiction recovery, asking questions (especially the right ones) forces us to face the issues holding us back in life head-on. It causes us to get up close and personal with […]

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