Notes on Leadership (Brian Tracy)

"There are 1,000 excuses to fail, but no reason." ~Brian Tracy (BT) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kGmjb9Qhzg&feature=related I am important: Feelings add value to our lives Feeling important = higher self-esteem Confidence in self = others will have confidence *When I like myself, I set higher goals, and then my confidence goes up. Pick one skill for improvement: What … Continue reading Notes on Leadership (Brian Tracy)

Change is Good

Although change is inevitable, it is often challenging and a little scary. Repeat the following: "From this day forward, I will embrace challenges confidently and with an open mind. I will view change as an opportunity for education and self-improvement. I will face my challenges boldly and will not be afraid. I will use challenges … Continue reading Change is Good

Halfway Up

In the pursuit of our dreams and goals (sports, business, relationships, life), many of us think about our potential barriers and refer to our journey as climbing up a "mountain."  While it is important to set crazy awesome goals, it is also important to stop and refresh ourselves along the way. This photo of me was taken … Continue reading Halfway Up

Massage Therapy School- Theraputic: Part 1

My experiences at massage therapy school were life changing. The environment was welcoming, my peers were encouraging and open-minded, and the instructors were brought in from throughout the United States because of their knowledge, experience, and passion to share with others. My tendency to take a lot of notes served me well as I extracted copious amounts of … Continue reading Massage Therapy School- Theraputic: Part 1

Massage Therapy School- Clinical Sports: Part 2

The following is a compilation of quotes from during massage therapy school. Reflecting on these golden nuggets allows me to process the information at a deeper level. See Part I CLINICAL SPORTS MASSAGE: LOWER BODY (Brian Glotzbach: May 13, 2013 - May18, 2013) DAY 2: “Think for yourself and always do what you think is … Continue reading Massage Therapy School- Clinical Sports: Part 2