How To Shatter Your Perceived Limits And Achieve More

How To Shatter Your Perceived Limits And Achieve More

“There are no limitations to the mind except those we acknowledge.”  ~Napolean Hill My hamstring seized and stopped me dead in my tracks, unable to move.  Eventually the cramp subsided and I tested my legs, gingerly placing one foot in front of the other.  None of my muscles objected… yet.  I gradually increased my pace to a fast walk and then to a slow jog. It was July 24, 2011...

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The More Of Minimalism

The More Of Minimalism

“Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are.  When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.”  ~Lao Tzu Since becoming an accidental minimalist, I’ve regularly been asked what it’s like to live with less.  My answer… I don’t.  I have more than ever. There is a common misconception that minimalists live a life of deprivation. ...

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The Power of Group Meditation + Your Invitation to MedMob

The Power of Group Meditation + Your Invitation to MedMob

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.”  ~Margaret Mead Have you ever attended a large gathering where you were asked to observe a moment of silence?  Perhaps it was a sporting event or even a church service.  Regardless of the reason, there’s something incredibly powerful about a large group of...

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Iron Will: Inspired By Matt Long

Iron Will: Inspired By Matt Long

In the winter of 2005, while riding his bike to work on the streets of Manhattan, Matt Long was struck by a bus and critically injured .  He received 68 units of blood in the first
40 hours following the accident and spent 5 months in the hospital.  After his accident, Matt was given only a 1% chance to live.  He then had to learn how to walk again, underwent 40 surgeries and suffered from...

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The Joy Of Pedal Power

The Joy Of Pedal Power

Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells I love my bike.  I always have.  For as long as I can remember I’ve delighted at the feeling of rolling along on two wheels.  As a child, my bike represented a source of freedom.  It was an exciting and fun way for me to explore the world.  Not much has changed.  As an adult I still...

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