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Here are the 4 Principles I Want to Teach My Son 1.) You Have the Power to Change Your Thoughts Our thoughts really matter and play a really big role in our behavior. The very classic model of human functioning is thoughts create your feelings which create your behaviors which create your results. So I.. read more →

Scott Nelson is a MedTech enthusiast, ambitious doer, and curious by nature. Scott co-founded Joov, the first professional-grade, full-body red light therapy device designed for convenient, in-home use. Endorsed by doctors, athletes, health professionals and many more, Joov, light therapy stimulates our cells and boosts cellular energy. In addition, to enhancing skin health and muscle recovery,.. read more →

After living in New York as a Comedian, Sara Polon, hit rock bottom and took a hard look at the direction she was going in life. Sara had an Ah-HA moment when she read the book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, which inspired her to get involved in the local food movement. After all she grew up on her.. read more →

In 1999 I was a senior in high school and I had a huge opportunity in front of me. I was about to play in the Maryland State tennis championship tournament. I had been playing tennis competitively for the past nine years. I had hit a bunch of forehands bunch of backhands overhead volley serves.. read more →

At this time of year, there are all sorts of emotions that arising and if we can strengthen our inner world, our inner resources, and emotional fitness, aside from the content or context of our lives — the things that are going outside of us, if we develop tools to become more conscious and aware.. read more →

Born in Chicago, but raised in South Florida, Jennifer Gottlieb worked as child actor and went on to study musical theatre, film, and television at both The Hartt School and The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City. Jen landed her dream role, and received rave reviews playing Linda in the Broadway national tour of the.. read more →

As a working mother of two boys, Kristin Mika launched Hampton Paper Designs on a whim on Memorial Day Weekend of 2007.  After being unable to find the cards she was looking for that was charming and classic for her son Jackson, she decided to create her own line. Hampton Paper Designs combines her lifelong love of.. read more →

  —–> CLICK HERE to join the Holiday Challenge How did you get featured in The New York Times at the beginning of your coaching career? It happened after her coach training program. She was very excited after finishing the program as she felt she found her life-purpose through that program. She was the youngest woman.. read more →