After being a size 8 in her 20s, a size 10 in her 30s and a size 12 in her 40s, Sam finally had enough of her weight creeping up. Learn how she found better health, a better body and is determined to be her fittest self possible by the age of 50.
Learn how losing a friend put things into perspective for Nick and allowed him to lose weight, run a couple marathons and truly be one of the most giving people I’ve ever met.
After going along with what he thought life had planned for him, Jay found himself recovering from a terrible accident with very little chance of recovery. Learn how he turned to family and faith to lead him on his current path of happiness and his passion for taking beautiful photography.
Today I’m launching a new project of mine – a podcast called Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things.
My goal is to bring you each week an average, every day middle class person who has found something special inside of them to do something great with their lives or for those around them. I hope you’ll find yourself saying, “Wow, that person’s just like me!” and then saying, “If they can do that, I know I can too.”
This past weekend, my husband and I spent an evening watching what everyone told us was a great film – The Lego Movie. I have to say, I was a little skeptical and confused when my husband suggested this as a date night flick. Still, I left with a smile on my face and wanting to share the great lessons it gives kids and adults in this truly wonderful movie.
After doing my own form of mediation, dancing, a woman I was taking the class with starting talking to me about jobs and work. I started to tell her what I do and the types of things I was working on towards what I’d like to accomplish.
TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More. You’ve probably heard that saying many times before, but why is the concept of TEAM so important? I opened my business, eMotion, in 2012 simply on the idea that I thought people should be treated better. Below is my story of how this all came about.
One third of the day, for most people whom work 9-5 or 8 hours a day, is spent at work. If you figure another 1/3 is sleeping that leaves you 8 more hours to do other things.
Sometimes we spend so much time worrying about what we’re not doing or how we can be better or what else we can learn. But how often do you stop and really think about what you’re great at?
ALL of us are GREAT at something. When I’ve asked, I’ve noticed a lot of people having trouble finding what their thing is. So, I thought I’d share with you how I found mine.