Monthly Archives: August 2013

Motivation Monday: Team Hoyt

If you stop by this blog with any regularity, you know I’m training for the Triathlon I’m Not Even Close to Being Ready For. Well, a little motivation came my way in the form of an article. Hubs had gone … Continue reading

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I Read a Book: Lean In

Note: I am a voracious reader. I often joke that one of my fears is that I won’t live long enough to read all of the books on my list. Many of the books I read have something to do … Continue reading

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I Heart My Bike Mechanic

When I tell you I’m a bicycling novice, I mean it. The bike is my least favorite component of the triathlon. I have a fear of crashing and I don’t know enough about the bike’s mechanics. Regarding the fear of … Continue reading

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Self-Limiting Language

Note: Conversations I have with my coaching clients often inspire my blog posts.  I NEVER share information that would identify a client and I ALWAYS ask the client for permission before I post. Do you ever catch yourself using self-limiting … Continue reading

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Motivation Monday: Semper Fi

You’ve no doubt already seen this. I love the photo and the accompanying story for several reasons: The little boy asked for help. How many times have I suffered needlessly because I was too proud, embarrassed or whatever to ask … Continue reading

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Is 70 The New 50?

Unless you’ve been really busy or hiding under a rock, you’ve heard about Geraldo Rivera’s selfie. I briefly mentioned it during Monday’s homage to Mick Jagger. While I saw way more of Geraldo than I would have preferred, his now … Continue reading

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