Category Archives: self talk

If Your Why is Big Enough…

As a master trainer and nutrition coach, I talk to a lot of people about their weight loss goals.  One statement I always make is that I want this to be the last time they ever start a weight loss … Continue reading

Posted in Andy Andrews, attitude, fat loss, goal setting, Health & Fitness, jeffrey gitomer, ketogenic diet, Nutrition, personal development, seeking wisdom, self talk, success, Uncategorized, weight training | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Food: Liar, Thief, and Destroyer

The popular culture often trivializes people’s struggles with food making reference to their indulgence in “comfort foods” like it’s no big deal. While women are far more likely to be a  target, trust me, men struggle with food just as … Continue reading

Posted in attitude, better mood, better sleep, Health & Fitness, personal development, seeking wisdom, self talk, the power of associations, Uncategorized, wise choices | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Swing the Axe!

From my perspective as a master fitness professional, one of the biggest challenges people struggle with is a lack of belief.  Those desiring weight loss especially tend to lack the belief that they can make the lifestyle changes needed and … Continue reading

Posted in attitude, Faith, goal setting, Health & Fitness, John Maxwell, leadership, life path, Nutrition, personal development, self talk, success, Uncategorized, weight training | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Momentary Lapse of Reason – Part 3

Remember the classic line from Bugs Bunny “I knew I shoulda taken that left turn at Albuquerque!”?  Well the following little adventure resulted from another missed left turn that took me on the scenic route of all scenic routes.  I was so … Continue reading

Posted in attitude, learning from mistakes, self talk, success, trials & tribulations, Uncategorized, wise choices | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

At Some Point, We All Need a Little Help

How often do you hear someone say “I know what I should be doing, I’m just not doing it”. The simplicity of their statement implies that the behavior they’re seeking is like turning a light on and off.  The reality … Continue reading

Posted in Andy Andrews, Darren Hardy, goal setting, living your dream, personal development, self talk, success, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Do You Argue for Your Limitations?

Do you see the glass half empty or half full?  Most people will say “half full” with the implication of having a positive outlook on life, and yet the same people will likely constantly argue for their limitations.  What do … Continue reading

Posted in affirmations, attitude, Ben Franklin, jeffrey gitomer, Napoleon Hill, self talk, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment