23 May

If everyone had nothing, who would stand out in the crowd?

Filed under: Mental Health One Response

So, last week was interesting, to say the least … I smashed the whole front end of my eight month old vehicle. Luckily, I was fine, no subsequent injuries, not even a bit of soreness… $5300 later, I continue to remain emotionless about the whole thing. Why? Seconds after the 30 mph collision, during 5:00 […]

28 Feb

One BELIEF can get you what you want

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Secrets of the mental game There is nothing more powerful than what you deeply believe in. Insurmountable odds have been overcome with the right amount of conviction. Unwavering trust in yourself (the most important element), another person or an idea and positive, unwavering visualization can bring about amazing results. The challenge is ….truly believing with […]

14 Feb

How to LOVE the WHO in you …

Filed under: Mental Health,Videos One Response

Secrets of the mental game! If you wish to sincerely and profoundly embrace what you LOVE, go back to your “child-like” wonder and enthusiasm. Be a kid for the day … – Suck your thumb – Drag a “blanky” around – Talk about “poop” and “pee pee” – Pick your nose – Go skipping – […]

10 Jan

YOU need to CHANGE! Or … should you MODIFY yourself?

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Secrets of the mental game I’m at an interesting crossroad as to where “change” is different from “modify.” My purpose for using the term “modify” in a recent post was to elicit action from the readers and to get them moving in a new month, new year and new decade. The confluence of the three […]

13 Dec

“Dog” and “God”

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Not a secret … The origin of the word “dog” is obscure as there is no known root in other languages. The word dates to as early as circa 857 and was originally used to refer to any of the canine family. Is there any irony in the fact that the mirror image of “Dog” […]

8 Nov

Pain is good …

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Secrets of the physical and mental game Did you ever wonder why we have been given the sense of pain? When it is said that there is a “fine line between pain and pleasure,” the intent was not to be taken in the realm of the sadistic or masochistic, yet to “feel pain” is an […]

13 Sep

Emergency 9-1-1, the history and how it applies to your health.

Filed under: Mental Health,Nutritional Health,Physical Health No Responses

  Secrets of the mental, nutritional and physical game   It was established in 1968 that we needed an easy, quickly dialed number that will provide police, fire or ambulance service. Until that time, the operator assisted approach was sufficient as we would rotary dial the 0 and request these services verbally.  Even further back […]

23 Aug

Trade in your clunker!

Filed under: Physical Health No Responses

Secrets of the physical game. Okay, so you may not get $4500 for this deal, but you will get a lifetime of happiness. Is it time for you to take a small action step towards trading in your old, fuel guzzling, poor performing vehicle? Whether you realize it or not, that multimillion dollar body can […]

9 Aug

1 way to handle pain

Filed under: Mental Health,Physical Health One Response

Secrets of the physical and mental game. There are two sources of pain. Physical, such as injury Emotional, such as heartache Both are a perception, an awareness, an opinion based on your very own personal assessment of a situation. Have you ever “Thrown in the towel”? Given in to the injury? Succumbed to the anguish? […]

19 Jul

3 steps to the next level …

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  Secrets of the mental game.   As easy as it appears, we tend to miss these steps. Just like a baby walking for the first several attempts. We fall, get up and keep trying.  Babies don’t decide whether or not they are going to “try” and walk. They keep doing it till they get […]

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