If you’re a coach, trainer, teacher, parent, or any other type of space-holder, your primary job is to create the space that facilitates successful outcomes for your clients or students. Here’s an example of how to do this in a trauma-informed way.
When it comes to tracking your goals, you may know the importance of measuring. But what, exactly are you measuring? And are you measuring the right thing?
If you could achieve all your goals but it came at the expense of what really matters most to you, would you consider yourself a success?
Engaging in reflection on what brings you pleasure may feel like a “waste of time” when you have so much to do, but this can actually be the key to turbo-boost your productivity.
In a world that tells us success comes from pursuing more, it’s worth remembering that there’s another way.
It’s common to feel like what you’re doing isn’t working. Before you quit, read these lessons I’ve learned in a decade of sustaining daily workouts and other core daily habits.
For years I worked out consistently but made little progress. In the 6 months since starting CrossFit, I’ve added 100 pounds to my deadlift. Here are 7 steps to set yourself up for success that I’ve learned along the way.