Category: Personal Development

Hello 2018

I actually stayed awake to ring in the New Year. Tula Hot Yoga Denver offered a silent 10:45 p.m. hot yoga class to celebrate the new year. Candles were set up around the perimeter of the studio, but otherwise the

2017 in Review

I started my annual holiday card this year with “2017 had some big changes.” The most personal of those changes was the ending of an 8.5 year relationship over Thanksgiving week. Fitness Each year, I set health and fitness goals.

Jump Start your New Year’s Resolutions

Take Getting in Shape off of your New Year’s Resolution list once and for all. I am looking for 5 to 10 people who’d like to help me become an amazing nutrition coach. I am a few months into my

Day 3: Harvard PON – Negotiation & Leadership

Last week I attended the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation (PON) 3 day course – Negotiation and Leadership – Dealing with Difficult People and Problems. I’ve already written up a summary of Days 1 & 2: Harvard PON – Negotiation &

Days 1 & 2: Harvard PON – Negotiation & Leadership

Last week I attended the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation (PON) 3 day course – Negotiation and Leadership – Dealing with Difficult People and Problems. PON is a consortium formed by faculty from Harvard, Tufts and MIT, but this

Just do it again

My Precision Nutrition (PN) coach asked me if I would be willing to write a few sentences that speak to my experience doing the PN Coaching program for a second time. Why did I sign up again? What do I

Singapore – Days 3 to 5

Christmas is apparently a big deal in Singapore. The decorations go on for miles. On Day 3, the person I was travelling with changed flights and flew home early. Definitely a life experience that I’d prefer not to repeat. I

Thanksgiving | Gratitude

I don’t often celebrate holidays. Instead, I use them to travel, as I am now. But, I still find myself pondering gratitude on Thanksgiving. This year I am especially grateful for the opportunities that I have had, my health, the

Courage, Risk-taking, Resilience, and Managing Ambiguity

How do you rate on these traits? A recent Harvard Business Review Article (We Interviewed 57 Female CEOs to Find Out How More Women Can Get to the Top) investigated the behavioral traits and career paths of Fortune 1000 and

Fitness Update

I am 16 weeks into my second year of Precision Nutrition Coaching. I described my first year previously. The Cost of Getting Lean is one of my favorite Precision Nutrition articles. One of my long-term goals had been to get into

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