The Ultimate Decision

Good Morning America featured this heartwarming story I wanted to share. Welcome, Baby Finn Baby Finn, nicknamed Fighting Finn, was 21 weeks and 1 pound at birth--three weeks younger than the fetal age most abortions are performed. He was so delicate, his mom waited one month to hold him while he continued to grow and… Continue reading The Ultimate Decision

Change Your Fate with Online Learning: No More Barriers To a Better You

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Do you watch cute animal videos, binge watch Game of Thrones, play video games, or spend hours liking, sharing, and posting? Be honest...(Of course, I do it too. How do you think I came up with this topic?) Then, like me, you have the time and means to: Redefine yourselfBecome more valuable at workIncrease your… Continue reading Change Your Fate with Online Learning: No More Barriers To a Better You

5 Reasons to Befriend a Runner

Why would I talk to that runner over there? Don't think of him as a runner, think of him as a scantily-dressed person on a quest for self-improvement. Emotional health, forming a friendly not adversarial relationship with running, and joining a running group all count. Running is one of the easiest ways to work on… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Befriend a Runner

The Best Thing About Youth Sports is Not Sports

The best, most valuable thing about sports is not sports. It’s everything else: TeamworkCommunicationPushing yourselfSelf-disciplineNutritionBonding with and supporting teammatesLearning about failureExerciseResponsibilitySchedulingSportsmanshipHoning a skill The best lessons of sports participation can be applied to the rest of their lives, at work, home, and in the community. Most of life is not sport. Parents who focus on… Continue reading The Best Thing About Youth Sports is Not Sports