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Sabotaging Self-Sabotage

August 5th, 2013 @ // No Comments

Coach Erik here: Have you ever found yourself sabotaging your success?  The reason is we all have a subconscious need to stay consistent with who we believe we really are. Self-sabotage is a result of a personal identity that is incongruent with the success we are experiencing in our life.  The way to sabotage self-sabotage [...]

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Four Rules I Have Gratefully Unlearned

July 31st, 2013 @ // 2 Comments

    Coach Erik here:   In the past twelve years i’ve realized that our culture is full of ideas that actually inhibit our joy and happiness. Here are four of the rules I have gratefully unlearned.   1) Success is the Opposite of Failure   The most successful people in life are the ones who [...]

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Peak Performance: The Antidote to Perfectionism

July 29th, 2013 @ // No Comments

  Coach Erik here:   Perfectionism is the voice of the oppressor and a symptom of the insidious disease of never enough.    I offer the antidote to perfectionism is peak performance. Peak performance occurs when we let go of right or wrong and instead engage from a place of learning, growing and experiencing. A [...]

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A Sign

July 28th, 2013 @ // No Comments

  Coach Erik here: An ounce of action is worth more then a ton of contemplation. Action is where you feel the most connected, joyful and alive.    Take away: Perhaps it’s time to give your dream legs.        About: I want to help you live a fit and happy life you love. [...]

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The Freedom of Forgiveness

July 20th, 2013 @ // No Comments

    Coach Erik here:   Life becomes easier when we learn to accept the apologies we’ve never received.    Forgiveness does not exonerate behavior. However it does free us from experiencing the pain of the past in the present moment. The Buddha once said, “Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and waiting for the [...]

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Your Body is Listening

July 17th, 2013 @ // No Comments

  Coach Erik here:   New science behind the mind-body connection has huge implications on how we can transform our bodies and our lives.    Dr. Candace Pert a neuroscientist and psychopharmacologist and the author of the groundbreaking book, Molecules of Emotion http://amzn.to/INapak has forever changed the way we approach wellness and lasting transformation.   Dr. Pert [...]

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Worrier to Warrior

July 12th, 2013 @ // No Comments

    A worrier is polarized by fear and inadvertently prays for what he doesn’t want.  A warrior takes action in spite of fear.  Her eyes are on the outcome she desires. She is steeped in faith and courage. A warrior knows that there is a force inside her that is stronger then any challenge [...]

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Dead Weight

July 10th, 2013 @ // No Comments

Coach Erik here:   Are you carrying around an old story that has sabotaged your ability to live fully and joyfully in the present?    I recently received a note from one of my greatest inspirations, my dad which powerfully illustrates this point:    “For many years I have carried a ring with a least [...]

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How to Easily Cut 500 Calories Per Day

July 9th, 2013 @ // No Comments

    Coach Erik here:    When it comes to weight management consider using a smaller plate. Studies show replacing a 12 inch plate with a 10 inch plate can reduce your caloric intake by up to 500 calories. And you won’t feel any less satiated researchers say.   Take away: A simple way to [...]

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Category : Blog &Eating Well

The Dog Ate My Homework

July 3rd, 2013 @ // No Comments

        Coach Erik here:   The greatest excuse we give ourselves for not exercising regularly is I don’t have time. This is a grown up version of the dog ate my homework.    The truth is we have all the time there is. The question is your fitness ritual a priority or [...]

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