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“That’s why I’m Happier than You”

June 26, 2018 by


When I was a kid and asked what I wanted when I grew up, I always answered that I wanted to be happy. It’s still true (and as I sit here smirking while I type this, I dare say I’ve been doing a pretty good job of meeting this simple goal)— even if I haven’t […]

(Father’s Day Gift?) Zero to Fire Workshop!

May 28, 2016 by


Are you looking for a life altering experience empowering you through fun, utilitarian skills you may never have considered possible before while you get to play with FIRE?!?!?  If so, this workshop is for you! This fun filled class is designed to: give students an opportunity to quickly experience fire through a single session help attendees understand how to […]

Win 2016: Turn Resolutions into Practices

December 31, 2015 by


It’s the last day of the year and it’s that time where we take stock of what’s past and craft what we’d like to come next. How was your 2015? Did you get what you wanted? Did you learn anything? Did you have fun? Do you want better results in 2016? Speaking of 2016, have […]

Study Buddy: Daily Practice Motivation

December 29, 2015 by


Imagine you’re in a kitchen and you drop a single egg from the dozen in your hand. Would you then throw down the other eleven simply because you lost one? Or would you clean up the spill from the lost egg and carry on with your day? Our practice is like the carton — some days we […]

How my 3 Year Daily Practice Changed my Life

December 19, 2015 by


If you had met me in my 20s, there’s little chance you would do anything but laugh at the idea of me exercising and sweating daily for any duration of time, let alone three years. Knowing myself, it’s perhaps even more surprising. Yet, it’s good to know after these 36 months that yes, you can teach […]

I was the last kid picked in gym class. Now I can catch things.

January 11, 2015 by


As a kid, I stumbled around a lot. For whatever reason, I was really just two left uncoordinated feet. That meant tripping on things all the time, lots of bruises on my legs, bumping into the things, not being great at tossing or catching a ball and often, being picked last in gym class. I […]

Fitness, Practice, Language & Success

December 11, 2014 by


Today’s topic is about using language to structure our fitness and practice goals to garner greater success. Certainly, there’s a lot of useful information to assist in building better results in the articles 10 Techniques for Getting the Most out of Your 10,000 hours and 6 Steps to Creating your 30 day Challenge though I’m pretty sure this topic deserves it’s own article.Have you ever […]