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Live Fit – 101 Tips


June 25, 2014 0 comments Health and Fitness

Live Fit – 101 Tips

By Chris Freytag

Whatever your fitness goals, I’m here to help you reach them. I’ve rounded-up 101 of my best fitness tips into a long list of awesomeness. Now, you don’t need to do all 101 (your brain would get a workout trying to remember all of them!), but try incorporating a few into your daily routine each week and watch your health change. Got it? Good. Then, let’s get down to business.

1) Move your body everyday of the week and remember to think movement not just exercise… be active everyday.

2) Give up soda and juices with lots of sugar or high fructose corn syrup and Don’t drink all your calories. Save calories and drink water, various teas (especially Green Tea!) or black coffee. Skip the whip and chocolate in your coffee…save the calories for food.

3) Keep a food journal on paper, online or with an app. Tracking keeps you accountable and studies show that people who keep food journals are more successful at losing weight than those who don’t. I love the MyFitnessPal app!

4) Thoughts are powerful; pay attention to yours. Do you encourage yourself with positivity or hold yourself back with negativity? Shift toward positive thoughts.

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People Buy Stories, Not Bullet Points


June 18, 2014 0 comments Uncategorized

People Buy Stories, Not Bullet Points

By Michelle Flowers

When it comes to creating an effective online presence, the devil is in the details. It’s critical to be sure to include the details of your accomplishments. Make them measurable and impactful in order to persuade your clients, customers and colleagues. 

Remember: people buy stories, not bullet points! So, you need to tell YOUR story with your online presence. View Michelle Flowers’ latest video blog to learn some tips to get you started right away!

 

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15 Minute Agility Ladder Workout


June 16, 2014 0 comments Health and Fitness

15 Minute Agility Ladder Workout

by Chris Freytag

 

An agility ladder will challenge your cardio, strength, and balance. No ladder? Grab a piece a chalk and hit the pavement! Do each exercise for 1 minute. Repeat 3 times. 15 minutes and you’re done!  A Wealth Triangle Warrior work out in the books!

 

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Discipline: A Wealth Triangle Insight


June 13, 2014 0 comments

Discipline:  A Wealth Triangle Insight

By Landon Taylor

Reaching your most important goals requires significant discipline.  Especially in the area of your daily schedule.  Wealth Triangle Founder & Chief Vision Officer, Landon Taylor, shares a three point strategy on how to make sure you run your day instead of letting your day run you!  Visit www.wealthtriangle.com for more tips, tools and strategies to help you on your journey to discover and live fully in your TRUTH!

 

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Budgeting 101 – How to Cut your Expenses


June 12, 2014 0 comments

Budgeting 101 – How to Cut your Expenses

By Cindy Santos-Mendoza

 

I know many blogs, articles and even full books have been written on the subject of cutting personal expenses. Trust me. I’ve read them. However, as a busy mom of two little ones who also works from home, it is hard to have full control of all the money coming in and going out. My husband is constantly reminding me that it is not about how much you bring in, but how much you spend out.

I am a bit of a Type A person, so for 14 years I used Microsoft Money to keep track of every single dime that we spent. That plan came to an end when I became a mom. Not because I didn’t think it was necessary. Instead, it was because I didn’t have time to sleep or eat so I wasn’t about to spend my time entering receipts. Then, my computer crashed and I lost all my files and after the initial stress of feeling lost passed, I actually felt relieved! No more penny counting.

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How to Set and Believe in Big Goals


June 9, 2014 0 comments

How to Set and Believe in Big Goals

By Thomas Hadley

How do we set big goals and believe that we can achieve them? First of all, how do we SET big goals? One of the approaches we can take is to get into a “big goal mindset.” We can do this by moving ourselves into big goal environments with big goal people! When we stay in the environment that surrounds us day in and day out with all the things we are used to, we are not being stretched or inspired. Napoleon Hill refers to this as the concept of hypnotic rhythm. We can make the decision to break this rhythm and change our goals and expectations.

 

When we were kids, we were all inspired by a few movies we saw on the big screen or by our heroes on television. When we saw these heros, our minds shifted in what we believed to be possible in life. So in the process of setting big goals, we can get out of our comfort zone and spend time in environments that inspire and challenge us. Without this, it may be very difficult to set what we would think of as big goals.

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Tank Top Arms


June 6, 2014 0 comments Health and Fitness

Tank Top Arms

By Chris Freytag

 

You’ve heard the saying,”Sun’s out, guns out,” right? Well, the sun is out, and it’s time to show off your rocking guns! Watch Chris Freytag as she demonstrates four favorite upper body moves for toned and tightened arms. Grab a set of dumbbells, crank up the music, and get moving!  A Wealth Triangle Warrior has to have nice arms! 🙂

 

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Social Networking: What the heck?


June 2, 2014 0 comments Peak Performance

One of my clients asked me, “Can you help me figure out if I have a LinkedIn profile. And, if I do, can you help me update it? Cause I don’t know what the heck is going on!” This client is a high-performance executive, and someone who has amassed millions of dollars for the corporations that he worked for over the years. However while standing at a career crossroads, he was unsure of which path to take, and was even unsure of what the different paths were on the roadmap of social media.

 

In today’s world, certain websites have become the go-to for potential employers and business partners. LinkedIn is one of many websites used for this purpose. Others include Google+, networkingforprofessionals.com, plaxo.com, etc. There is also a long and growing list of social networking sites for entrepreneurs such as biznik.com, cofoundr.com, and efactor.com.

 

Of course there is an even longer list of photo based social networks. The most popular today seem to be Instagram, Flickr, and Pinterest. And we all know about Facebook, and the other social networks that are remarkably similar to it in Europe like vk.com, others in countries around the world. Also, leading blog and micro blog sites like Tumblr.com and Twitter are hugely popular around the world too.

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