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Grit, Grind & Mind: The Path of a Champion

Posted on Aug 8, 2015 | achieving goals, enlightenment answers, Mindfulness, self confidence, self realization, Sports performance, truth, wisdom, your power

Grit, Grind & Mind: The Path of a Champion

What makes a champion? Is it heart, talent, preparation or a combination of all of these? Why do some break through to astonishing levels of athletic success and performance while others seem to have to fight to just get a glimpse of it?

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Spirituality in The Fast Lane

Posted on May 28, 2015 | law of attraction, life goals, power, power of faith, spirtuality, Sports performance, subcouscious mind, your power

Spirituality in The Fast Lane

The last thing I imagined myself doing a few weeks ago was racing Porsches in Alabama. It just goes to show you how life’s curveballs can come at any moment. An invitation from a friend turned into a life-changing experience. I discovered a sense of oneness in the last place I expected; behind the wheel of a 911 Carrera S at over 100 miles per hour on a real racetrack.

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NEW VIDEO: Keys to Mindfulness and success in relationships, sports, & business

Posted on Apr 30, 2015 | Uncategorized

NEW VIDEO: Keys to Mindfulness and success in relationships, sports, & business

Howard Falco (www.howardfalco.com) author of “I AM”, spiritual teacher, and peak performance coach to college and professional athletes, talks about the importance of mindfulness as a key to succeeding in today’s world. For athletes, business people, and those looking to create strong relationships, using mindfulness can catapult one to achieve success in a much shortened experience of time. More about Howard’s work, books and coaching can be found on his website...

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The New Edge in Sports Performance and Results

Posted on Jan 29, 2015 | Uncategorized

The New Edge in Sports Performance and Results

The year was 1976 and the film Rocky made its debut on cinema screens all over America. The movie quickly became a cultural phenomenon. Thousands of kids and young adults were instantly inspired to try drinking a few raw eggs and getting up before dawn to run to get in shape like the great Rocky Balboa. Little did we know it at the time but the fitness and workout craze in America was being born, and by 1981 a cover of TIME magazine was devoted to this movement. In a few short years the fitness industry had become a multibillion-dollar industry with no signs of slowing down. Improved muscle mass, leaner bodies and intense physical conditioning was the first big movement in the evolution of the modern day athlete. Thus began a trend in… Read more here –...

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5 Powerful Steps To Turning Your Life Around

Posted on Jan 2, 2015 | Uncategorized

5 Powerful Steps To Turning Your Life Around

  There is a reason for everything. Once you start to explore the reason or the meaning for the things that are happening in your life you begin to see more and more of the purpose for it right here and right now. It is within the understanding of the “whys” of life that you begin to embrace more of your creative power. Resistance is futile. When you resist what is happening you actually give it life. A force that has no counterforce cannot remain a force. In other words, when you accept the circumstances of your life and when you accept that there is a reason for them, you end much of the output of mental resistance. This is what allows you to begin to finally have the power to change the circumstance. Therefore the very first step is: Read more HERE –...

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The Power of a Present Mind in Sports and in Life

Posted on Aug 26, 2014 | achieving goals, awareness, Choice, energy, peace of mind, self confidence, setting personal goals, Sports performance, your power

The Power of a Present Mind in Sports and in Life

    Golfer Rory McIlroy explained it clearly when asked what his key thoughts were on his way to winning the British Open and the third major championship of his career. “I wasn’t thinking about the end result. I worked on staying in the process on every shot,” is what McIlroy said. “I wasn’t thinking about what it would mean or how many further clear it would get me,” he continued. That simple ability to stay in the moment is one of the key factors that allowed him to play his final round in a state of the greatest peace and control, and hence allow his deepest talent and desires to be realized. A present state of mind is incredibly valuable to an athlete or to anyone who is trying to bring forth his or her best when it matters most. The reasons are profound. READ MORE HERE – http://www.huffingtonpost.com/howard-falco/the-power-of-a-present-mi_b_5615239.html    ...

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