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How to Suck Less in the Mountains, Part II

Being physically prepared for your mountain adventures is only half the battle. Up your mental game with these techniques to improve your chance of a successful day in the mountains.

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Can an hour change your life?

She was scared, but thrilled. This was step was massive, because it was the first step towards her goal.

Last January I gave a series of Confidence for Women presentations. I believe in this information, and want to spread the word to as many women as I can. My talk explained what Confidence really is, and how to get it.

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“Inside Out” and an Emotionally Balanced Diet

Learning about your brain is fun. It’s even more fun when it’s a Disney Pixar movie that tidily sums it up using coloured marbles to categorize your short and long-term memories, and ‘islands’ to explain the major areas of your

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Chris Hadfield on Fear

Chris Hadfield knows a thing or two about fear. While just about every Canadian knows who he is, Chris is an astronaut who recently commanded the International Space Station. Now retired, it’s his new mission to inspire the next generation

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KISS with EFT

Young child downhill skiing.

One the main reasons I write these articles is to encourage and empower my clients. This weekend I was reminded of one of the easiest and fastest ways to help yourself in any situation – EFT! While there is always

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There’s fear, and then there is fear

Grizzly bear standing on hind legs

Have you ever feared for your life? I’m not talking about the thrill of driving through the game park and the lion jumps on top of your well-protected vehicle, or wondering if the roller coaster might derail as you loop

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