MOTIVATOR According to audioenglish.org, the noun MOTIVATOR has only 1 sense: “a positive motivational influence” (emphasis added). I’ve been thinking about this a lot over the past day or so because I surround myself with many types of people who are viewed as motivators. I consider my own self to be a motivator in certain … More Teacher, Coach, Entrepreneur, Parent, Mentor. . .Are You As Effective As You Think? 3 Questions That Will Make or Break You as a Motivator.
He gives power to the weak and strength to the powerless. Even youths will become weak and tired, and young men will fall in exhaustion. But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not … More I Surprised Even Myself Today. . .
It has been forever since I’ve posted a Fit Friday, so I think it’s about time to start again. Typically these posts are about things related to fitness but can also be used in other areas of life. If you don’t want to do this particular challenge with me, take note of the Be SMART … More Fit Friday: Be SMART with Me
Day 7 This is NOT the End It started last Friday when I felt the need to take 7 days to step outside of my comfort zone. What I thought would be just a little uncomfortable actually became more than uncomfortable. Some days I found myself trying to reason with God when I didn’t want … More 7 Days Outside of My Comfort Zone: Day 7
For someone who has struggled in the past with feelings of inadequacy, extremely low self-esteem, the need to be perfect in order to be good enough, and struggling with food addictions, it’s sometimes hard to stop these feelings from returning. I told a little of my story before in my post, When Food Consumes You, … More Keeping Everyone Happy
I’m CROSSTRAINING this morning. I’m constantly talking about fitness, being fit, and living a healthy lifestyle, but to be healthy and fit you must train more than your physical body. It’s about balance – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Neglect any one of these and you will be like a chair with one leg cut … More Is 1 Leg Shorter than the Other?