What’s Stopping You?

A couple of years ago I committed myself to eating better and exercising more. My doctor advised me on a diet that I could easily follow. I didn’t hesitate, I dove right in and immediately started feeling better about myself. I had more energy, more motivation, and more confidence. I started hiking every weekend, and my […]

The Two Types of People in the World – Which One Are You?

Growing up, my father drilled an important phrase into my head. “There are two types of people in this world – those who find an excuse, and those who find a way.” He would always push me to strive for the latter, although I wasn’t always quick to comply. Finding a Way As a young […]

Lessons in Leadership From My Grandma

As a kid, I was lucky enough to spend most of my summers at Grandma’s. My grandma was a fiery woman with a great sense of humor and an undying work ethic. She was strict, but incredibly patient and smart, with an uncanny ability to pass on her wisdom in a way that sticks with you. Some […]

The Dangers of the Neutral Zone

Progress and growth are two of the most fulfilling things in life. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as looking back and realizing you’re doing something better, faster, or more efficiently than you were weeks or months ago. However, life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies. There will be days when you look down at the scale […]

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Focus, Work Ethic, & Unmatchable Grit

I grew up in the Gem State of Idaho in the outskirts of town in a little farming community called Pingree. Childhood summers were spent riding bikes around the country blocks listening and watching the irrigation pivots water those good ‘ol Idaho spuds while waving to all the local farmers and ranchers driving by in […]

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Facing Challenges With Optimism

Have you every participated in a challenge? A food eating challenge? A weight loss challenge? A marketing challenge? It’s so interesting to me how we both love and hate challenges. On one hand a challenge can be totally motivating and engaging. We even talk our friends and co-workers into joining us in some challenges. We […]

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Overcoming Challenging Obstacles And Healing Yourself

Without a doubt, I 100% believe that your life is what you make it. No matter how it starts. Every person is given obstacles in their lives that they have to decide how to work through and who they want to be when they hit the other side. I feel like I’ve had a million […]

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Don’t Give Up. Climb That Mountain!

A few years ago, I made it a goal to hike 31 miles over the course of the year in honor of my 31st birthday. I spent countless hours researching parks, trails, drive times, and places to eat. Almost every weekend that summer was spent driving out to a hiking trail at various parks around […]

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Understanding The Value of Setbacks When Pursuing Your Goals

According to U.S. News, 80% of people abandon their New Year’s Resolutions by the second week in February. This could be due to a number of reasons – lack of motivation, inefficient goals tracking, or an unprecedented setback. Setbacks are bound to happen, no matter how prepared we think we are. The good news is, […]

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Goal Planning: The Crucial Step Towards Crossing the Finish Line

A few years ago I decided to run a half marathon. As a bit of a casual runner with a few 5Ks and 10Ks under my belt, the next logical step was to finish a half marathon, right? My primary goal was simply to finish the race, but it was also about making a plan […]