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Be Hungry

Hey readers,  and supporters of the Rebellion! Interesting discovery… I started using an app that shows Instagram & Twitter followers and unfollowers. Kind of hurt my feelings at first seeing how many people I thought were my friends had recently unfollowed me. I can’t win them all, and our lives take the directions they need […]

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Wake Up And Live

Woke up excited about life. My family is amazing, my team of coaches are crushing their goals by serving others,  and my goal and dream of building a team of greatness and significance grows brighter each day.   There are 3 Vital Behaviors Team Beachbody Coaches strive to live by. 1. Learn. – Grow yourself, read […]

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Punch Laziness in the Face

Fitness Tip of the Day: Recently read a book titled what Successful People Do Before Breakfast (Amazon – http://bit.ly/SuccessBeforeBreakfast ) One of the things they had in common was waking earlier to get their workout or other personal items done. Now you may be saying something along the lines of, “I’m not a morning person”, […]

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Oh the Places You’ll Go – 2014

Oh the Places You’ll Go Well its a new year and its time for resolutions, goals, excitement about a clean slate of 365 days to do what you will to be committed, and focused on making this year 2014 the best year of your life.  Its a simple decision and its told so eloquently by […]

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Building Teams

The following write up came after reading from the books and watching the videos from: Pulling Together by John J Murphy and The Power of Teamwork By Scott Beare and Michael McMillan “The greatest accomplishments in life are not achieved by individuals alone, but by proactive people pulling together for a common good.” The Dictionary […]

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YOU OVERWORK!

Come on you, have all heard it before…. “You’re a maniac.”  “You are always working.” “Why don’t you take a day off.”  “If you would just hang out occasionally you would have more friends.” Blah Blah blah… I’m actually taking those as a compliment. Sure, I get accused of being a maniac about growth, about […]

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