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The World Cup-winning soccer star made it look easy at the Philadelphia Eagles' practice.
We could all use a little guidance in becoming the fullest, most authentic expression of our authentic selves. So, here are a few elemental tenets to start thinking about and to begin operating from when engaging with the world.
In summary, the passion and persistence of grit motivates and carries us over rough seas like a well-made surfboard. We can think of an absence of effort like a crack in our surfboard that needs repair.
Empathize with Others Leadership in yoga is instructing. And when you're instructing it's important to look around the room
At times, a story demands more credibility than we can muster, so we change some of the details to reconcile ourselves to
Consistency is what often separates great athletes from good athletes. The ability of the world's best athletes to go out
However, if you enter music school knowing that sleep will be at a premium, perhaps you'll go off armed with some strategies that will stave off at least some of the problems associated with lack of sleep.
This stuff is not easy, and boy, oh, boy, I am not looking forward to seeing this video.
One of the most frequent comments I hear from the athletes I work with is: "I had a lousy day of training." This statement was almost always accompanied by a variety of emotions that are neither pleasant nor helpful including frustration, anger, worry, doubt, and disappointment.
HuffPost Live has spoken to practitioners and teachers of meditation to hear their thoughts and stories about meditation's way of changing the quality of one's life. We take a look back at their conversations.
Milan proves that in tennis, you can win with Love. 🎾
I've written about how being a chronic people pleaser can be devastating to your career, your relationships, and your self-esteem. Many of you responded to that post by sharing that how hard it is to "just say NO." It was once hard for me too. And sometimes, it still is. It takes lot of courage to say NO.
For our first-month-i-versary in the dome, we all wrote blog posts. The theme was "what I learned in my first month on sMars." This month we came up with another theme: what's the most challenging, and most rewarding, part of being on sMars?
In our age of Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, "discipline" takes a backseat to celebrity. Greatness, it seems, is whatever gets you re-Tweeted or Liked; whatever racks up the most clicks or followers.
The NCAA's chief medical officer can see a "pathway to legislation."
So, take a good look at yourself and your time. Be you, practice hard, and go for great. All of the current research on talent
On my way to visit my student pulpit in Ohio several years ago, I helped a man dressed in traditional Hasidic garb with his luggage. After thanking me politely, he turned to me and asked, "Are you Jewish?"