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What makes you get up in the morning?

Every day we get to make the choice of what is going to make us get out of bed and think about it positively or not. This seems to be a theme that I keep running across. I recently discovered a book called “Change Your Brain Change Your Life” by Daniel G Amen. Originally I downloaded it to my eReader so that I could talk to my aging parents about it. The purpose of the book is to help people understand that what we think affects everything about us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I have to say that I am captured by the book and have put into practice many great ideas so that I can get my brain to...

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Still Olympian Strong

What does it take to become an Olympian and be at the top of your sport in the world? Most will tell you that it takes hours and hours of daily training to start, with many years of endurance. Not to mention the countless competitions sprinkled throughout that time to test your commitment. That’s it, testing of your commitment. What if, you want that plus a family? For a female Olympian, some might view it as an added time constraint. However, upon looking closer, that family unit actually becomes a built-in support system. Here is a highlight of a few Olympians who see motherhood as an added benefit, not an added burden. Kerri Walsh Jennings “Just because you’re a mommy...

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Golf for a Good Cause

It’s not every day that we can do something that is both fun and very satisfying. I had received a call from Julie Collet the Executive Director for KIND (Kids In Need of Dentistry). She had explained to me that she had saw our Ball Couture at another event and wanted to find out more about the golf ball. When she found out we are a local company here is Littleton CO Julie decided to make the call to us. She contacted me directly and told me about what she does and what KIND is all about. Their mission is to increase the health and happiness of Colorado’s children in need by eliminating dental disease through treatment and education. They...

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A Teaching Moment

I quickly read this comment the other day “Those that can’t do, teach”. At first I chuckled and didn’t think too much of it until this past weekend. I was playing a Wii video game with my niece for a few hours and we came across this event (ski jumping) that I couldn’t score very well on previously but I felt confident that she could, so I starting to explain to her how to be positioned on the Wii board and what she needed to do in fly further. After several jumps she tried, she just couldn’t get the distance either so I finally stood next to her and showed her what she was doing and what she should try...

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