All posts by Karen Katzenbach

3 Steps to Overcome Resistance and Reach Your Goals

3 Steps to Overcome Resistance and Reach Your Goals

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Steven Pressfield wrote about “the Resistance” in his 2002 book The War of Art. It’s a short (and, for me, transformational) book about overcoming all those thoughts, feelings, ideas and distractions that keep us from doing the things we want to do. You know, things like learning to play guitar, writing the next great American novel, or designing new technology to keep slow drivers from even getting in the left lane to begin with.…

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How to Succeed in the WLC: Focus on Consistency, Not Results

How to Succeed in the WLC: Focus on Consistency, Not Results

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A few weeks into the Whole Life Challenge, you will likely see some significant changes. Focusing on quality food choices, smart exercise choices, and even smarter recovery choices will, without a doubt, impact your health, fitness, and well-being.

It’s very cool to see the number on the scale going down, to feel the waistband of your jeans getting looser, or to know that your two-mile jog is getting easier.…

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How to Create a Winning Team of Voices in Your Head

How to Create a Winning Team of Voices in Your Head

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Fielding a great team is crucial to winning on any playing field. The same is true in building long-term, sustainable health and fitness.

But I’m not talking about your friends, family, co-workers, and gym buddies who are there to help keep you motivated and accountable. Those people are important — but just as important, if not more so, is the team that is with you 24/7, giving you advice, encouragement, or, alas, discouragement no matter what you’re doing.…

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7 Ways to Dial Down Holiday Stress and Actually Enjoy Your Family

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Oh, the holidays. The family gathers for fun, food, and festivities. All the children are scrubbed, dressed, and well-behaved. The perfectly decorated house is full of happy people and polite conversation. There is no talk of football, religion, or politics. The food is tasty and the wine is plentiful — but not too plentiful.

This is how it is for your family, right?…

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