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How Do We Get to Easier?

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People Love “Easy”. It’s Human Nature. Easy works for some, but definitely not for All… People don’t Love Structure, in part because it’s not Easy, and in part because they cede Control to Someone, or Something, else… Structure, however uncomfortable, tends to Work for many, and Bring them towards “Better” …   Easy and Structure […]

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Your Health and Next Steps

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Let’s put opinions aside. What was Right, what was Wrong. Who Started It. How each “Party” handled it. Who it Affects “more”. We could go on and on. Let’s put it all aside for now and look at things purely from a “Health” Standpoint. People have Died, and the Losses are Heavy. Statistics have indicated […]

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Are You Excited by the Opportunity or Dreading It?

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The current Pandemic has spurred many People to Remind us of events in World History, including the Challenges that many of our Ancestors faced to bring their families here… This has been done to Boost our Spirits, Cheer us up, and Inspire Resilience in the Face of Struggle… Your Great-Grandparents and Grandparents Survived through the […]

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5 Steps to Make Your To Do List More Effective

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With no “Build-up”, no Backstory, and no “Quarantine” Update, here is a Simple Piece you should be using to Improve… Structure Wins (96% of the Time): Where is Yours? What Will You Accomplish Today?   There is a Time-Proven Method to Get $h!t Done, and it is a “To-Do” List (‘Checklist’ to many)…   You […]

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Building “Better” into Your Day

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Regardless of what is Going On in Society, We All, as Individuals, Have to Get Things Done… Please Understand that the previous Statement includes when things are Going Well and when things are Going “not so well”(an important concept as many of us only use one side of that spectrum) …  Most of Us think […]

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Toughness isn’t a Time of Day

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Our Hardest-Working Groups occur in the early hours of the Day. We have an Adult 5:00am Group that truly Gets It Done, on a Consistent Basis, for over a Decade. (Yes, 11yrs+, you read that correctly)… Our College Group, an incredibly diligent and motivated Group, show-up ~20min before their 5:30am Summer Workout Time and to […]

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IPF Athlete News: Winter 2020 Part 2

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Abby Nearis, Brown 2021:              Abby finished her 3rd Season with Brown Women’s Ice Hockey, her 2nd as Team Captain. Although the Win + Losses were not in their favor, Abby demonstrated her Versatility as both a Forward and Defenseman. Abby has begun her Prep for a better year already, a testament to her Work Ethic… […]

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What are your “Non-Negotiables?”

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We all live Lives of Compromise. We understand that “Perfection” is an unrealistic Goal, that we can’t control every variable, and that Chaos is going to happen regardless of the Best Laid Plans… Because of this Basic Understanding, that Life is a Flowing, Winding Journey that we Play a Part in but aren’t the Epicenter […]

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IPF Athlete News: Winter 2020

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It is difficult to Update Everyone on the many Accomplishments that the Athletes + Adults Experience away from IPF, but we will attempt to do a better job handling all the information moving forward, because there is so much good news to share! With that in mind, here is a 5-Point Blast right now on […]

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9 Things You Should Be Doing, and Doing Well! Success is rarely an Accident

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1) You Should be Sleeping >7hrs, + You Should be Tracking It! Simply Put, Not Only the Biggest “Boost”, but also the least adhered to “Rule” in the Game! At this point, If You Don’t Know, You Don’t Know (or “Get It”) …   2) You Should Be Drinking more Water! Simple, Straightforward, and often […]

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