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Groundhog Day

Have you seen the movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray? In the movie Murray plays an arrogant TV weatherman who is assigned to cover the annual Groundhog Day ceremony on February 2nd where Punxsutawney Phil decides if we will have six more of winter (always) or if Spring is around the corner (never). The movie gets interesting when Murrays character finds himself stuck in a time loop and is forced to repeat the same day over and over. Murrays character ...
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A Date with Ryan Gosling

If A Date With Ryan Gosling Is Your #1 priority.... Have you ever cancelled an appointment with someone? Why did you do it? What was the reason? As a small business owner, I have a busy schedule full of appointments. I’m always trying to network with businesses in the area, meet prospective clients, and find new ways to make my business better. Occasionally, I get stood up. And to be fair, from time to time I am the one cancelling appointments. I ...
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5 Tips to Get Fit Once and For All During the New Year

Have a daily Mobility practice. Set an alarm on your phone to stretch or do mobility work for 1-2 min every 2-3 hrs while at work. We tend to get repeatedly stuck in static positions at work. Whether you are a desk jockey or someone who stands all day cutting hair or patching drywall, we all need to get un stuck from these patterns. Check out the website www.deathofthedesk.com (created by my two friends Ryan and Missy) for more ideas. Get ...
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Mind “The Gap!”

My mentor, Cabel McElderry (owner of multiple gyms, keynote speaker, and business and marketing consultant who trained with the Canadian bobsled team), recently sent me a book by Dan O’Sullivan called Learning to Avoid the Gap: The Skill of Building Lifetime Happiness. There are not many books that have elicited that immediate “Aha!” moment for me. I have found that getting new ideas and inspiration from literature is something that develops over time and it’s rare that I find myself reading ...
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