One of my best friend’s was over a few weekends ago and he was saying that in his new job, he sits almost exclusively from 9-5. And unfortunately, that is all too common. It’s one of the main things i hear from new clients and friends all the time. If you have a job that you sit at most of the time, try this…. Make a goal for the month of June to do 45, ten minute walks. Yup, that means some days you will have to do 2. You can do it first thing in the morning, before or aft
About two and a half weeks ago, I went out to get in the truck to head for a conditioning workout before my Tuesday morning networking meeting over in Flemington. There was some dew out and about so I put the windshield wipers on before backing up the driveway. And to my surprise, shyt got smeared all across the windshield. And it wasn’t bird shyt. It was some kind of bigger animal, my guess is a racoon. You see, I had accidentally left a bag of garbage in the bed that I me
I remember six and a half years ago when I had just handed in my letter of resignation from teaching. I had to do a lot of mental work to overcome the fears that were telling me I was making a mistake. But it was within that journey that I realized that all fear is an illusion because it’s based in future based thought. (Unless you are literally being hunted by a tiger, lion or giant grizzly bear!) In today’s episode, that is one of the five things I have to share with you.
I remember exactly where I have been each of the past two years on this day. I was at Bound Brook’s Memorial Day parade, watching my grandfather Leo being honored. Leo is a WW2 vet, just like my other grandfather was. And Leo’s father was a WW1 vet, an Italian immigrant that earned his citizenship by fighting for the U.S of A in WW1. I am honored to be part of such a lineage and I am sure that we all have someone that has fought in a war or protected this country. Keep those