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The Story of my Heart

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     Every day I ask myself this..... "What makes me wake up in the morning and stay up late at night time? What message I am conveying to my children, to my husband, family and friends? As an entrepreneur, happiness is not all about making sales and making money. For me, it is happiness inside out. Happiness knowing each day, my actions serve a bigger purpose and that is serving others and making an impact either in a small or in a big way. If I could be a "go-to person" to ask questions on long distance relationship, building a business,...

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60 Motivational Quotes for Sport Lovers and Fans

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1. “Baseball is ninety percent mental & the other half is physical.” -Yogi Berra 2. “One man cannot make a team.” – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 3. “Ain’t no man can avoid being born average, but there ain’t no man got to be common.” -Satchel Paige 4. “I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” – Michael Jordan 5. “A true friend sees the good in everything, and brings out the best in the worst of things.” – Sasha Azevedo 6. “The one that works the hardest comes out on top.” – Debbie Meyer 7. “Only...

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5 Most Common Misunderstandings in Running

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Runners, and sometimes trainers, see other runners and misconstrue components of their running as vital when in fact they are consequential and highlighting them in your training will only constrain your progress. Here are 5 most common misconceptions in running. Please take note of these modules and let them be.   Stride Length Growing or minimizing stride length is non-natural and will be a fruitless effort. The length of your stride is an outcome of your angle of dipping when you run. When you adjust the angle, your stride length changes in reaction to that. So let it be and...

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Success In Sports and In Life

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For many, success in sports and in life is "winning". It is considered to be the ultimate goal. In life, winning is the acquisition of power, prestige and financial wealth. In sports, it is winning a game or a championship. Not according to Coach John Wooden. To Coach Wooden: "Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming." John Wooden has widely been regarded as the best college basketball coach in history. He was the first person ever to be enshrined...

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Sports and Personal Growth

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How does sport contribute to personal growth? Just as viewpoint and the arts help improve the intellectual, emotional and spiritual aspects of ourselves, sports help us grow the physical. We need balance of mind, body and soul to feel and function at our best. Playing sports benefits much more than in the physical facets. It builds personality, teaches tactical thinking, logical thinking, leadership skills, goal setting and risk enchanting to name a few. And those are just the non-physical facets! The earliest Greeks, who gotten us philosophy and the arts, also took sports completely. They encouraged mostly boys and men to improve strong, fit and beautiful bodies. They...

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