What’s the Difference Between Success and Failure?

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008 | motivationsuccess | 1 Comment

Have you heard the stories of Abraham Lincoln, or Colonel Sanders, or even Thomas Edison?  What do they all have in common?

I bet you’re thinking these guys were very successful.  Well, one thing you gotta know, is they guys were very successful, but they also experience some serious failure.

I don’t have exact numbers, but Abraham Lincoln failed as a US Senator, Colonel Sanders was almost broke going door to door to try to sell his chicken recipe, and it was like the hundred somethingth try that resulted in the light bulb.

What made these men a success is that they were persistent, and they never gave up.  For them, failure was really only a lesson in what not to do, or what to do differently the next time.

If you want to be successful, whether it be to lose weight, get that promotion, win the guy, then you need to keep on keeping on.  There is no guarantee of success, but if you stop, or you don’t try, there is 100% guarantee of failure.

I hope you never give up and you keep on pushing forward to that goal and make sure you always push for success!

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6 Great Relationship Advice Pointers

Thursday, September 25th, 2008 | healthrelationshipssex life | No Comments

Here is a cool article I came across on cnn.com  It was from Oprah. And you all know when Oprah says something, we should all follow!

Anyway, thought you might find  this interesting reading and good advice.  Hope you are all keeping things real, eating well, and getting your exercise!

Take it easy…

1. I’m married and exhausted. Sex or sleep?

“Both,” says Paul Glovinsky, PhD, co-author of “The Insomnia Answer.” “It’s not just a question of sex but of timing. Often, women are stimulated by sex and can’t sleep afterward.” Which, as you know, means he crashes like a mighty oak while you lie awake and fume.

“If you can time things to coincide with the time of day when you’re at peak energy, your sex life will be significantly more satisfying.” (Remember sex in the morning? Weekend naptime?)

And speaking of time, Linda Young, Ph.D., a Washington-based therapist who specializes in helping women foster healthy relationships, adds this: “The average encounter is only around 20 minutes, so ask yourself why you’re hesitant. Your resistance might be a reflection of your lack of satisfaction with the sex.” Or your fear of intimacy, your performance anxiety, your anger about something else in the relationship — the point being that sexual unhappiness can be a shield for many other types of issues. Oprah.com: Need a reason to have sex tonight?

2. My clock is ticking. Settle for the guy I care about, or hold out for The One, who may never show up?

Do. Not. Settle. “Both of you — not to mention the children you might have — may pay the price of a fractured relationship later,” says psychotherapist Ken Page, founder of the dating workshop “Deeper Dating.”

Marrying Mr. Almost The One is, on the other hand, perfectly admissible. “If someone is your match in 75 to 85 percent of the things that are important to you — values, character strengths, how he treats other people, emotional fitness — that’s not settling,” says Young. “But it’s up to you to infuse ‘good enough’ with energy and passion so that it becomes fantastic. And chemistry counts; you need to be attracted to each other.”

3. I’ve met a great guy. He never calls. Should I call him?

“It’s 2008. You can call,” says Steve Santagati, author of “The MANual” and resident expert at AskSteveSantagati.com. Still, Santagati urges you not to put the guy on the spot. “Let him initiate plans. You can just say hello to open the lines of communication, and he might hear something in the phone call that he didn’t get the first time you met.” The way he responds will tell you whether you have a future together. Oprah.com: Inside the male mind

4. He’s married, but he says he’s not happy and it’s ending. I should stay away, right?

Run as though you’re fleeing a burning house. Which, in fact, you are.

“He’s already showing you he hasn’t put enough distance between himself and his problematic relationship,” says Young. “If you get involved, he’s going to subject you to all his issues, and you’re going to be a wonderful dumping ground.”

5. When, if ever, is it a good idea to try again with a guy whose heart you’ve already broken?

About as often as pigs fly. “Usually, you can’t go backward,” says Manhattan-based matchmaker Janis Spindel. “It’s a case-by-case scenario, but statistics show that it doesn’t usually work.”

The case where it might work: when the failure was unrelated to your attraction or personalities but caused by outside circumstances — say, one of you was going through a family tragedy, or you were transferred to another city. Absent such extenuating circumstances, analyze what went wrong the first time, assume a similar dynamic will arise again, and then determine whether that dynamic is feasible in your current life.

6. I love my partner, but the sex is underwhelming. Stay the course or go?

Neither. Instead, you’re going to do the hardest thing you’ve ever done. “Think about the things that turn you on in the deepest ways, the things that make you feel most loved and cared for,” says Page. “What kind of touch? What words? What kind of pacing makes you feel the most affection for your partner? Tell each other, no matter how wild or tame your desires might seem. When the two of you are unafraid to be naughty and vulnerable together, the experience can be amazing.” Sex thrives on risk and surrender, and you’re probably missing one or both. Oprah.com: Should you stay or go?


Personal Fitness Trainer : How to find the right one.

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 | exercisehealthpersonal fitness trainerpersonal trainer | No Comments

If you’re looking for tips on the best personal fitness trainer who has a little more complicated extricating excellent advice from unprofessional personal fitness trainer suggestions and guidelines, so it’s wise to know how the moderation of the information presented to you.

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Here are some tips that you must use when searching for information in relation to personal fitness trainer. You must understand that the help we offer is only valid for Internet advice on personal fitness trainer. We can not give you any advice or guidance, if you are also conducting research offline.

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A big hint to follow when dealing with information or advice to a personal fitness trainer article would be to determine who owns the place. This can convey, who is sponsoring the Web site, personal fitness trainer credibility The easiest way to show who the site owner, personal fitness trainer, is a look at “About” page or “Contact Us” page.

All reliable sites whose content on a personal fitness trainer, will almost always have a “contact us” or “about” page to help you with the owner of the information. The details should be important points in relation to the owners of the knowledge and credentials. This means that you can express an opinion on the providers in the areas of education and practical knowledge to help in relation to personal fitness trainer.


Loss Weight Program

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 | Uncategorizedexercisejazzerciseloss weight programwalking to lose weight | No Comments

Weight loss is easy. The hardest part for the loss of weight is to ensure that lost weight does not return. The only way you sure you succeed in maintaining your weight loss is your own, using diet and lifestyle.

This is why loss weight programs are very important. Best weight loss is a program you can continue for a long time to come, to motivate you up enough so that you continue your weight loss goals regardless of the situation in which you.

In selecting the best program to lose weight pay particular attention to the basic functions of your program so that the best loss weight program is safe and healthy loss weight program.

Our loss weight program should have a plan that is well-balanced diet includes all the diversity of foods from each food group. Please note that your best weight loss program should not exclude any group of food-food plan. Diet plan should be a minimum of 1200 calories for women and 1600 calories for men.

Best weight loss program and the program should be an integral part of the exercise. Do not deceive yourself in thinking you will be able to lose weight and keep it off without the daily routine. The best loss weight program should be realistic goals when it comes to weight loss. If we say that a realistic goal, and we are talking here about the loss of 1-2 pounds per week.

Do not forget to check the cost aspect of your best weight loss program. Moreover, should fit your budget, but you will have trouble maintaining your weight loss program. Another important aspect is the test of support. Best weight loss program in the long term and should be support for that, times in which you need to support and motivation.

If weight loss program meets all the criteria listed above, and then you on your way to choose the best loss weight program.