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Here in the northeast USA, the sun is finally shining and the temperatures have risen above 60 degrees. I've got my windows open to air out the stale winter-ness that has been hanging around for far too long. I love feeling the breeze come in and the movement it creates in my house. ...

The Road to Peace Is Lined with Gratitude

Gratitude is a powerful thing. The more you're in touch with all there is to be grateful for in your life, the more likely you are to experience joy on a regular basis. You've probably heard the idea of keeping a gratitude journal, where you write three or five things you're grateful ...

Are You Operating from Love or Fear?

By now, I'm sure you've heard about Governor Mike Pence signing the "Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act" into law last week, and the strong, negative reaction that decision is getting from private citizens, companies, organizations, and even entire states. Many see it as a thinly-veiled way of legalizing discrimination, giving business owners the ...

Time for Some Tough Love?

Halle-freakin'-lujah, the sun is out today and it's a balmy 40 degrees F. Little Kerri is entirely fed up with winter and she wants consistent, springtime temperatures. Stat. We've had an historically cold and snowy winter here in New England this year. Our first real storm of the season dumped about ...

Celebrate All Parts of You

My wife, Melissa, has always loathed the question, "What do you do?" She thinks it's a lazy and uninteresting conversation starter. As someone who has no desire to define herself by her job, she'd much rather talk about her hobbies or what gets her fired up in life. I used to ...

The Power of the Adjustment Period

When I left for the airport a couple of weeks ago, the car said that it was one degree outside. Seven hours later when I arrived in Belize, it was 90 degrees with 85% humidity. My body nearly went into shock, the difference was so extreme. It took me about three or ...

Speak Up!

For the past week, my father has been in the hospital as we try to get his delicate health issues balanced. I am blessed and fortunate to have a close-knit, action-oriented, resourceful family, and we've all been doing our part to see that he gets the care he needs. It's easy to ...

6 Ways to Guarantee Resolution Failure

I read a statistic the other day claiming that a majority of resolution-makers hold steady on their commitment for only a week, and a small percentage stay on track for a month. Then.... kaput. Based on my 13+ years of coaching, and on the challenges and successes in my own life, here are ...

Resolutions Can Suck It!

Happy New Year! The clean slate of January 1 can be intoxicating.... and daunting. A I mentioned in my note last week, I'm not a believer in resolutions, and instead, choose to set intentions for the New Year. It's a subtle, but important difference. Resolutions stem from an "I'm not good ...

Replace Resolutions with Intentions

The end of the year is upon us! I love this time as it's a great chance to reflect and plan my stretch zone adventures for the new year. I'm not a believer in resolutions, but instead like to set intentions and come up with ways to get out of my ...

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