Five People Who Can Change Your Life

I came across this quote by Jim Rohn and it was too good not to share: “You must constantly ask yourself these questions: Who am I around? What are they doing to me? What have they got me reading? What have they got me saying? Where do they have me going? What do they have…

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The Rule of 90 Percent

We live in an all or nothing society. Too much black and white and not enough shades of gray. I’ll let you in on a little tip – an all or nothing mentality can be one of the biggest detractors to progress in any area of your life – exercise, nutrition, business, whatever. Because we…

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Full Speed Ahead in 2012

HELLO 2012! You are officially here and now it’s time for decisions. And revisions. The New Year is my favorite time of year and I always like to start it on a positive note. I think about what went well and what I accomplished. I also like to think about what I had hoped to…

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The Power of Positive Thinking

Many of you have probably heard of this book by Norman Vincent Peale but I’ll give you the Scott Welle ultra-short condensed version. Most people underappreciate how important it is to think positively and how it affects all aspects of your life…notably your relationships, professional successes and, certainly, your fitness. I always tell clients you…

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Parties, Pounds and Priorities

I’ve been giving a series of healthy holiday seminars titled Parties, Pounds and Priorities for those looking to survive the holiday season and keep their waistline intact. It’s always an interesting time of year…there is so much happiness and joy in the air and unfortunately this is usually coupled with unhealthy food and drink choices…which…

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Exercise in the Morning is Best

Every day is a new day and a chance to start fresh. Working out in the morning is the best way to ensure the day starts on a good note. It kick starts your metabolism. It gets the positive endorphins flowing. It sets the tone for the entire day.   As I write this, we…

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No Time or No Priorities?

“I don’t have time.” “Yes, you do. You’re simply not willing to make it a priority.” I’ve heard people claim they don’t have time to do things, literally, thousands of times. It’s the simplest and most widely used excuse out there. And that’s what it is – a pure, 100% excuse. We make time for…

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Making Progress Starts HERE…

“Change doesn’t always mean you’ll make progress, but progress does always mean making a change.” I heard this line while listening to talk radio late one night while traveling on business. It made an impact on me immediately. I’ve always been interested in what separates the “Go-Getters” from those that seem 2B “Drifters.” It is…

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Dissecting a Detox

  About three weeks ago I decided I was going to do a 7-day detox (the first one I’d ever done…or tried). It was an “interesting” experience and there’s some useful information others can take from it as well. First off, regardless of the intricacies, almost every detox targets the liver. Why? Because the liver…

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