Monday, June 28, 2010

Traveling at the Speed of Love by Sonia Choquette

I recently read Sonia Choquette's new book Traveling at the Speed of Love. Having attended one of her workshops at the Vegas I Can Do It Conference in '07, I knew the book would be high energy, and hard to put down. Well, I was right about the high energy, it's very entertaining, and filled with great visuals and metaphors that really help bring the ideas to life. However, I found myself having to put the book down for a few days here and there to let some of the lessons really sink in. There are some really profound concepts and tools here.

Her message is beautiful, you can travel at the speed of love, or be held back by fear. Most of us have heard the idea that all emotion can be boiled down to either fear or love. It's a simple concept on the surface, but it's books like this that dig deeper, and can really challenge you, and change you for the better.

(You can order this book directly from the Hay House website by clicking the title above.)

Friday, June 4, 2010

New Fat-Burning, Muscle-Building Miracle Discovered!

This isn't one of those rotten advertisements for new miracle discoveries (usually pills, sometimes a complicated workout routine; always about $29.99 with over $200 worth of free bonuses.) This is...

3 Miracle-Workers to get the body of your dreams!

#1 Stop Bitching.
It's been scientifically proven that bitching, and moaning makes you fat and weak, not to mention a general pain in the ass to be around.

#2 Put some heart into it.
Work out like you're actually trying to improve your body, not just get through a workout. You get what you give, but you have to give it first. Visualize your body improving with every repition of every exercise.

#3 Nourish Your Body
Big secret- you are what you eat. Whatever calories your body doesn't burn for fuel it stores as fat. I've heard it said that you cannot out-train a bad diet. Nutrition is a tricky subject. It's confusing because so many experts are making money on the overdispensing of information. This is what I suggest, put your heart into your nutritional plan and your workouts; then if you're not seeing the results you want go back to point #1.