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Are you Overlooking this Factor when Assessing Risk?

Back in 2004, I found myself dangling my rear off a mountain in Skagway, Alaska—my legs were shaking, and I could feel a panic attack forming in my chest as I looked over my shoulder to see that I was thousands of feet in the sky. (Big mistake to look out, although a calmer me [...]

By | February 28th, 2014|Anxiety, Awareness, Hypnotherapy, Leadership, Sports Performance|0 Comments

Three Things You Need to Succeed When You Fail to Reach All of Your Goals

Confession: About five weeks after I wrote this inspiration-filled post about why I committed to run a third marathon, and about five weeks before my marathon, I gradually fell off the training program. I only trained up to 15 miles (instead of completing the two 20-mile runs proposed in the training schedule). So, how did I finish the full 26.2 [...]

By | November 22nd, 2012|Awareness, Leadership, Sports Performance|4 Comments

How Mental Resolution of Chronic Pain Leads to More Joy and Success

Last week, I gave an example of illusion-spotting with a client. This week, I’ll tell you about how I do it with myself. A few months ago, I got the urge to train for a third marathon. It has been four years since my last, and my first two experiences were less than joyful. Naturally, [...]