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I just finished the book PUSH by Chalene Johnson. Awesome for a goal-getter like me! Chalene is the CEO of Powder Blue Productions and a fitness/life coach. One of her programs, TurboKick, is my favorite–it’s actually the only one I’ve tried, so it has to be ! I love it so much that I put it in my author bio!
The thrust of the book is that from all your goals, you should identify a “PUSH” goal (the one that has a domino effect on the others), and schedule daily to-do tasks to reach that PUSH goal. You start by making a list of 10 things you want to challenge yourself to accomplish in the next 12 months (she says at least one of them should be a health-related), and figure out which one will PUSH you to success in all the others. In other words, which goal will have the maximum effect? (At least that’s what I think she means.) The only thing I’m still confused about is whether you should make to-do task lists for the other 9 goals (I’m thinking yes, but it’s unclear in the book). Continue reading
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Tagged Beachbody Summit, ChaLEAN Extreme, Chalene Johnson, goals, personal development, Powder Blue Productions, Push, success habits, TurboFire, TurboJam, TurboKick
In 2011, ALL I DO IS WIN.
Hey, I’m back!! Have you missed me lately? I haven’t posted in about six weeks, and it was not for lack of activity–there was plenty to do. I didn’t even know I’d be “gone” this long. I think I just got worn out with daily posts, and holidays seemed to be a good time to stop and regroup.
As you know, I am all about female empowerment and self-love. So in December 2010, I took part in two personal development challenges.
“Ignite Your G-Spot”
21-Day Gratitude Challenge
Starting on December 1, Shanel Cooper-Sykes‘ challenge had daily affirmations and in-depth focus on just 21 facets of life to be grateful for. Among some of the gems I recorded during her nightly Ustream classes:
- Receiving: Praise more than you pray. Let go– don’t worry about how it’s going to happen. Continue about your day, in His presence, and let it be. Then act as if you’ve already received it!
- Love: Build yourself up first. Accept who you are. See the good in people. Deepen your capacity to love. Accept people for who they are. Forgive them for any wrongdoing.
- Home: Have a sacred space. Use the bathroom if you have to! Light a candle, write, be still. Have a set of house rules. Decide to be mad in a certain place in the home. Have a set of standards for your living environment– boundaries that must be respected.
- Technology: Value your intellectual property. Take a class or get the training you need to maximize technology for your business and your goals. Have balance–keep your human & God-abilities sharp. Hand-write letters. Use personal communication skills (that is, know how to speak and carry yourself). Don’t become addicted to technology. Continue reading