Exercise is on the brain. And why shouldn’t it be? The sun is stronger, the days are
longer and this is the time to get motivated. If you haven’t managed to peel yourself off the couch yet, then maybe it’s time to draw back those curtains, put on Ricky Martin and let your body shake away the winter blahs. It’s May. We’re teetering on the edge of bathing suit season…
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But today we have a quick, 30-second solution. This idea is too simple to miss.
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We often talk about changing your life, becoming empowered and living with purpose. But what other ingredients are needed? Today I’ve got a thought on groups help improve lives, increase creativity and in turn through the ripple effect, change the world…More..
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Which sounds better?
1) “All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy.
2) “Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.”
What do you think? Continuous effort or engaging in play?
It’s easy to say “No, I can have it both ways,” but then responsibility and pressure catch up with us; continuous effort becomes a heavy strain and Johnny doesn’t only turn dull, he goes out of his mind with the stress . . .