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Tag Archives: health
(#302) Show Muscles
We can end up doing things that look good, feel good, or make a splash while ignoring the support system behind each of those choices. My trainer, Charles, recently introduced me to a new (for me) exercise in the gym. … Continue reading
Posted in core values, courage, faculty development, fitness, generativity, Gratitude, Integrity, Life lessons, life success, mindset, Passion, Personal growth, Personal Wellbeing, Physcial health, Purpose, resilience, Success, wisdom Tagged accountability, core values, courage, fitness, fortitude, gratitude, health, integrity, mindset, motivation, resilience, support, wisdom, work ethic 2 Comments
(#206) Two Shoulders. One Realization
Do you know when a goal is the wrong goal for you? A couple months back, I wrote on this blog about my most recent shoulder surgery. (I had my right shoulder done 3 years ago. This year I “balanced” … Continue reading
Posted in Goals, health, Life lessons Tagged exercise, goals, gym, health, mental health, shoulder surgery, working out 3 Comments
(#154) What Is Shaping Your Reality?
Positive psychology tells us what we visualize creates our reality. At the end of each semester, my intent is to leave my students with one final lesson that will bring together a few of the main topics and teachings of … Continue reading
Posted in Balance, happiness, Personal Wellbeing Tagged balance, exercise, happiness, health, positive psychology, vizualization, well-being 10 Comments