Is Forcing Things The Answer?
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Currently I’m in the process of launching a new product. Specifically a super fun, hand-held play, exercise and training device for dogs. As with our tees, I prefer to manufacture in the United States. However, my current contract sewer is not equipped for the apparatus I have designed and I am interviewing other domestic companies. As I engage with various … Continue reading

Is It Time To Come Out of Hiding?
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As I mentioned in last week’s article “Suffering Is Optional” I run on the treadmill a few times a week. The other day I was trotting along and noticed that the man behind the front desk reached up to the ceiling over the counter, took down a ventilation duct cover and cleaned off the build up of dust that had … Continue reading

Suffering Is Optional
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Recently, I’ve phased in a bit more activity to my routine beginning with the hallowed treadmill… The first week I did a warm up walk for 5 minutes, ran for 10 and then a cool down walk for 5 more minutes every other day. The second week I upped my run time to 15 minutes, and the subsequent week to … Continue reading

How To Create Your Fast Track To Lasting Change
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I’ve recently had great success in punishing myself. Not in a shaming, destructive way. But, in the way a loving parent encourages a child by setting consequences. The reason was my seeming inability to adopt healthier choices with any consistency. Let me preface this by saying that I have no problem showing up for you or other outside commitments that … Continue reading

Are You Your Own Worst Enemy?
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Last week I was inspired by a warning label I recently read: “always be sure to stay in control and skate within your capabilities.” If you’re anything like I am and you teeter on being a tad “controlling,” you’ll enjoy the freedom  that last week’s post gives. You can read it HERE. This week I’ve been thinking about the latter … Continue reading