The level of our self-esteem has profound consequences for every aspect of our existence: how we operate in the workplace, how we deal with people, how high we are likely to rise, how much we are likely to achieve – and, in the personal realm, with whom we are likely to fall in love, how
NO WHINING ZONE.
Complaining hurts my ears. It is like scratching a chalk board, and literally is as unproductive. Working in a gym environment I hear people complain and make excuses all day, and I would consider this a more uplifting atmosphere than the average locale. On average, anyone walking into a gym is at least doing something
SPEAK UP, CHANGE LIVES.
As I am preparing for my presentation at the University of Richmond for later this afternoon on the theme “I LOVE MY BODY,” I have been freshly reminded of why so many of us don’t speak up or stand up to be a voice in the world on the things we need to be.
I LOVE MY BODY.
In honor of the University of Richmond’s Love Your Body Week, where I will be presenting tomorrow, I have a simple challenge today: love your body. There are not enough people in the world who have the peace and self-acceptance to state that they love their bodies, but we all need to, so let us start
BLUR THE EDGES.
Great art is the expression of a solution of the conflict between the demands of the world without and that within. -Edith Hamilton The benefit of working at a large gym is that I see an average of about 2,500 out of my club’s 20,000 members per day. That’s a lot of people and a
Whether or not you have a Valentine today, today is the perfect day to be a Valentine to your own body. What would happen if you treated yourself with the same type of love and kindness that you to give the ones you love on Valentine’s Day? Love your body and treat yourself
FULL VOLUME IMPACT
When you love people and have the desire to make a profound, positive impact upon the world, then will you have accomplished the meaning to live. – Sasha Azevedo Everyone wants to love others; this desire to love and help one another is intrinsic to our human make-up and our lives’ purposes. Sadly, too many